The plot is inspired from Harold Ramis directed classic black comedy Analyze This (1999) Current Bhargavan (Mammootty) is a dreaded underworld don of Kochi but he suffers from anxiety attacks and just cannot lift the gun nor beat up anyone. Bhargavan decides to help himself by seeking psychiatric help from Dr Santharam (Sreenivasan). Santharam is scared of the don and refuses to give him treatment. Bhargavan being desperate, starts living in Santharam's house and starts threatening him.
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Have you watched Bharghavacharitham Moonnam Khandam yet? What did you think about it?