Natturajavu movie is all about Pulikattil Charlie (Mohanlal) who is a tough but easy going guy who owns a quarry and an estate. His late father Pulikattil Mathan (Ramraj) has left behind a lot of problems for Charlie. Mathan had created quite a few enemies who are trying to get even with Charlie now.Mathan was a terrible person and practically no one liked him and no one had anything good to say about him even after his death. Charlie is trying to live a low profile life but is forced to sort out the mess created by his late father. He is living with his mother( Kaviyoor Ponnamma), grandmother (KPAC Lalitha) and a younger sister Katrina (Nayanthara) who is an illegitimate child of Mathan. Charlli had another brother Samuel (Sarath) who committed suicide a while ago due to Mathan
Pulikattil Charly (Mohanlal) is a honest man who is forced to spend most of his time trying to sort out the mess left behind by his late father Pultikattil Mathan . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gabriel J (de) wrote: The Best Batman V Superman out there
George K (it) wrote: An interesting albeit lightweight documentary.
christian p (ca) wrote: i lke this movie!!!beacuse i already play this in our computer!!!!
Bradley C (br) wrote: In French, Russian; France.
Devin M (au) wrote: Strange (but not as strange as its reputation suggests) with some sparse humor, this solid crime thriller sports a story that keeps your attention but isn't anything particularly special, don't cha know?
Ankita L (gb) wrote: The movie is GREAT.... i just loved the character of Raj. He is such a sweetheart. The chemistry between Shahrukh Khan and Kajol is Divine. Hope to see much more of their work together.
Tanya R (jp) wrote: FISH FACE MOLE ....classic quote
Griffin L (kr) wrote: Possibly my favorite John Wayne movie.
Na D (mx) wrote: I love this story, because the main characters are so adept at compensating for the inadequacies of the other. It truly is a wonderful story about finding your independence, adventure, and falling in love (in the oddest of situations). Wonderful.
Harry T (it) wrote: Thank god the first hour or so is only a pretext for the very liberating climax to come.
Mabel D (au) wrote: looks like a film glorifying David Cameron's time in oxford in his "bullingdon Club", where days were spent lighting 50 pound notes on fire in front of homeless people. No thanks