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The basic story of the movie revolves around P.K. Jayan aka 'Vattu' Jayan, Kaitheri Sahadevan, and Roy Joseph aka Che Guevera Roy. Vattu Jayan is a corrupt cop who manages his daily necessities through bribed money and does not touch his salary for anything. Che Guevara Roy is an ex-communist comrade who now teaches in a school with his wife. The movie boldly delves into the dichotomy of the political ideology of communism and exposes how angularities in perception, pre-dispositions developed during one's childhood, esoteric gimmicks and crafty double speak has become the order of the day in politics. It exposes how a sustainable political ideology has been overrun by vested interests. The movie and Murali were naturally condemned and boycotted by the Left parties who collaterally pressurized exhibitors to do the same. The movie was even banned in Kannur District. Murali Gopi's story and scintillating scripting leave you with a lot of thoughts when you return home.