Some articles on kumaran:
... family foresights his death and decides to transfer all his knowledge to his nephew Kumaran Thampi (Mohanlal) ... Kumaran, whose only interest is wine and women desperately accepts the decision, as the magician must vow to maintain extreme celibacy ... Pappu transfers all his knowledge to Kumaran and dies ...
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