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Drona (2010)

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Genre:Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:February 26, 2010
Running time:137 minutes
Cast:Mammootty, Thilakan, Manoj K. Jayan, Navya Nair, Suraj Venjaramood
Director:Shaji Kailas
Writer:A K Saajan
Distributor:Independent Bollywood

Description: Drona is a story based on myth or superstition. This story is about two wealthy families involved in fight for generations. The first half of the story deals with Kunjunni, who deals with ancestral buildings. He happens to find a house that interests him. But, the house was a haunted one. In spite of it, Kunjunni tries for it but it results in his death. Then enters his elder brother Pattazhi Madhavan to take revenge for his brother's death. He is a very powerful man, who chants Sanskrit all the time, having long hair and mustache. The spirit of Savithri has some grudge toward's Pattazhi's family that points to the destruction.

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