9 KK Road

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9 KK Road
Directed bySimon Kuruvila
Written byKalloor Dennis
Produced bySimon Kuruvila
Starring Babu Antony
Vijayaraghavan
Nishanth Sagar
CinematographyVenugopal
Edited byP. C. Mohanan
Music by S. P. Venkatesh
Release date
  • 27 August 2010 (2010-08-27)
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam

9 KK Road is a 2010 Malayalam mystery film directed by Simon Kuruvila under the banner of Sun Pictures. The film features Babu Antony, Vijayaraghavan and Nishanth Sagar in the lead roles. Several major political leaders from Kerala make special appearances in the film. [1]

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Plot

A regular mystery tale, the story begins with the discovery of four dead bodies in a deserted quarry. The Chief Minister involves into the case and appoints the IPS officer Devdas (Babu Antony) to investigate. Initially, Devdas is accompanied by one aide (Mala Aravindan) but that person walks out giving some excuses. Then Devdas is joined by Noushad (Shammi Thilakan) and the duo gets brisk in their investigation. Devdas is one man who is known to get into the cracks of any issue until justice is got. Whether he is successful in his mission or not forms the rest of the story.

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References

  1. ""9 K.K.Road" Coming".