This offbeat murder mystery, delves into the mythological history of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, the design of the idol, and the temple's riches. The story is presented against the backdrop of the Travancore royal palace and brings out the ideas behind the construction of the temple and the significance of the placement of the idol of Vishnu.
Embedded with suspense and thrill, this fast-paced tale opens with a police probe into a few temple robberies and the death of a journalist who was conducting an investigation into the complex defence mechanism of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple.
Following this, Adhitya Varma, the patron of the temple sets out on an expedition to find out the details of temple construction. The story develops based on the myth that the temple idol can work as a water valve to let the sea water in and out of the temple in case of an emergency.
As in a "Padmavyooham", Varma's expedition runs into a series of events that unfold the relation between the famed Travancore ruler's vision, security features implemented in the temple, and the significance of the temple treasure. In the end, the results of their investigation may be both terrific and terrifying.
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This film was shot around Attingal palace, Thiruvananthapuram, and Alappuzha using a Red One camera. Due to security constraints at the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, the crew kept away from shooting inside the temple. Read More