Director: Sunil Ibrahim; Writer: Sunil Ibrahim; Producer: Shafeer Sait; Cinematographer: Krish Kymal; Editor: V. Saajan; Cast: Sreenivasan, Nivin Pauly, Vijeesh, Dhananjay, Vineeth Kumar, Shine, Aju Varghese, Riya Saira, Rejith Menon, Gauthami Nair, Hemanth Menon, K.P.A.C. Lalitha, Lena
Duration: 01:52:28; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 44.056; Saturation: 0.057; Lightness: 0.253; Volume: 0.168; Cuts per Minute: 10.553
Summary: In a narrative structure similar to hyperlink cinema, the film consists of four "chapters", each related to the other in some way. The film has a unique plot about people who unknowingly end up helping each other, in a series of events which take place precisely in two days and a night. It traces the journey of a bag of Rs.10 lakh from individual to individual in the most unusual manner .
A group of four jobless youngsters tries to raise some money for the wedding of Krishna Kumar’s (Nivin Paul) sister. The foursome (the others are Hemanth, Vijeesh, and Athmajan) engage in a most weird business to get it, selling the ever elusive ‘Nagamanikyam’ to a smuggler gang. With the help of a forest guard, they supposedly find one and fix the deal, which goes awry. The second chapter is the story of an elderly woman (KPAC Lalitha) whose son is in jail for money-laundering and Sethu (Sreenivasan), a travel agent who needs a lot of money for his son’s surgery. The third chapter is the story of another group of friends, one being the guy (Rajath Menon) with whom Krishnakumar’s sister Priya (Gauthami) elopes. The fourth chapter explains how the fate of all the characters in the three previous chapters is interlinked.