Mumbai Police- Tracing back the terrific screenplay from its climax
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There are several reasons why Mumbai Police stands out as arguably the finest mystery thriller in Malayalam. First “juggling timelines” is so superbly done in this movie. It takes benefit of the fact that the protagonist has lost memory and even the viewer has to learn more along with him. Finally there is suspense filled in each and every frame from opening shot until the very end.
Let’s take a look at its superb climax and trace back from there to the beginning to see how different puzzles Bobby Sanjay kept giving you to solve through the movie. Blessed are those who could watch this movie without knowing anything about it! ( Spoilers ahead)
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