Bhagavan (2009)

 ●  Malayalam ● Running Time: TBA

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Months after the entire country was devastated by the dreaded 2008 Mumbai attacks, an uneasy calm has settled over the country. In the meantime, a terrorist group led by Saifudeen (Daniel Balaji) have planned bomb blasts in five places in Kochi. At the same time, Sakriya Thomas, the Home Minister of Kerala has arrived at the hospital for his wife's delivery. Meanwhile, the extremists have also taken this opportunity to kidnap the Home Minister and his newborn baby for leverage. Saifudeen has already kidnapped three newborn babies when he is interrupted by Dr. Balagopal (Mohanlal). The terrorists also succeed in kidnapping the Home Minister. Will Dr. Balagopal and the Indian authorities succeed in foiling the militants' plot, defeat the terrorists and ensure the safety of the Home Minister and the babies?
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as Dr. Balagopal
as Saifudeen
as Head Nurse Maria
as Zachariah Thomas, Home Minister of Kerala
as PA of Home Minister

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Malayalam
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
This film became famous because it created a record as the entire film was shot in 19 hours. This movie was shot simultaneously at six different locations. Seven cameras were used to film the movie. The film was planned to be shot within 12 hours, but unexpected rain delayed the shooting. Prashanth Mambully was assisted by four associate directors and seven assistant directors. Cameraman Lokanathan was helped by 18 assistant cameramen.

This film was later remade into Tamil.