Crazy Star Ravichandran at last has come out of hangover of his dream film 'Ekanki' (Loner). His fans could not digest him as 'loner'. He is back to track now with his typical brand movie 'Malla' - an outright Crazy Star film. Malla has nothing new as a plot but Ravichandran shines as a technician by filling tasty, spicy and aromatic wine in old bottle with sparks of humor. He carries the film completely on his shoulder not just on the screen, even behind as a director with music, story, screenplay and dialogues without compromising in any of these departments!
Film is all about Malla (Ravichandran) - a florist, a Samaritan, soft natured person beloved by people; contrast to this is his son Shiva (Ravichandran) who grows-up in goons' abode; father who sacrifices his life for his son and at the end son taking revenge on the culprits.
Malla reminds his earlier films Anjada Gandu, Puntanja in some sequences. This film has everything from love to trust, affection, sorrow, action, cruelty, comedy and glamour to make Malla a tasty feast for all class. Known for unusual ideas and sets, he demonstrated them here too - he sleeps on a hand shaped bed made out