Cast And Crew
One hot afternoon, the Commissioner of Police, Chennai, Maraar (Mohanlal), receives an anonymous phone call from a man (Kamal Haasan) who claims to have planted six powerful bombs across Chennai city. The entire sequence of events unfold between 2 pm, when the Commissioner gets the call, and 6 pm. The Commissioner acts as negotiator with this 'terrorist' and learns that he wants the release of 5 dangerous terrorists, which include those involved in setting off bombs and an arms dealer. He asks them to be brought to the Sholavaram aerodrome and gets them killed there. He reveals that he is no terrorist but a common man frustrated with the inefficiency and delay in the system in dealing with known terrorists. The Commissioner finally traces him but secretly salutes his guts and spirit and lets him get away scot-free even though it is at the cost of his job.
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