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Jayaram, Navya, Salim Kumar, Asokan
Sasi Sankar
M. Jayachandran

Sarkar Dada

Thursday, January 1, 1970 • മലയാളം Comments

Sasi Sankar has a natural flair for comedy. And he can come up with simple but heart-touching ideas even while conveying them with a touch of humor.

We saw this unique ability in Kunjikoonan. Not for a moment, he burdened us with the idea that he was chronicling the life of a handicapped. There was no touch of maudlin bitterness. Yet, at the end of it, we were sympathetic of the hero's plight. This takes lot of doing. Sasi Sankar showed us this in Kunjikoonan.

In Sarkar Dada,too, he will doubtless take the armor of humor.

The story is about an orphaned rich kid who ends up in several juvenile homes and jails due to improper upbringing. Despite the wealth (or because of it), he has a chequered childhood.

But when he grows up, the court finds that his inherited wealth, which is looked after by a family friend, has a lot of discrepancies. So the court appoints a Receiver and asks her to make the books clean. The story is then about how she makes the rich man veer around to normal ways and how the family friend is exposed for his chicanery.

Jayaram plays the rich boy turned dada while Navya Nair plays the government Receiver.

The film has lot of action and humor.

The cast also has Salim Kumar, Harisri Asokan, Jagadhish and Cochin Haneefa.

Music is by M Jayachandran and lyrics are by Girish Puthencherry and B R Prasad.

Camera is by Anandakuttan, and Kaliyoor Sasi produces the film.

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