2 Harihar Nagar

2 Harihar Nagar

2 Harihar Nagar is a sequel to In Harihar Nagar and a prequel to In Ghost House Inn. The films chronicle the story of four very close friends Mahadevan (Mukesh), Govindan Kutty (Siddique), Appukuttan (Jagadish), and Thomas Kutty (Ashokan).

The four friends are back in town, to re-live the old days. But problems arise when one of them goes missing and an enemy from their past tries to hunt them down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michael G (gb) wrote: One of the best films I've ever seen.

Hobie P (fr) wrote: Its campy and delivers whats promised but not much fun with it!

Josh G (kr) wrote: A cool idea and I think it's an honest attempt at a tribute to DFW, but ultimately a loose and weak series of mostly pointless male-actor dialogues.

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Tyson P (kr) wrote: lol omg wtf pretty terrible yet i managed to watch the whole thing.....weird

Gimly M (fr) wrote: Like Centurion with a little Predator thrown in for good measure.It's simple and... honestly pretty bad, but it does satisfy a certain craving for this sort of film.

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