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Directed by Anil C Menon, ‘London Bridge’ narrates a beautiful love story in the backdrop of London. The movie is produced under the banner of Ordinary Films. Vijay (Prithviraj) is a student visa holder in London. When he reached there, he has no means of living and did even the meanest jobs to earn a living. Vijay, who has a positive attitude towards life, finally attains a top position in his life. Now he has under him more than ten corner shops and a money lending institute. His only aim in life was a good position and he forgot his near and dear ones in his attempts to realize his dreams. Vijay has courtesy only to a single person in his life in London and that is Adv. Francis Thazhathil, whom he calls Asiyettan (Mukesh). Meanwhile two ladies enter Vijay’s life on the same day – Pavithra (Andrea) and Merin (Nandita). They are poles apart in their mannerisms and character. They influence Vijay in two completely different ways. ‘London Bridge’, in a very interesting way, narrates how Vijay deals with them. Prathap Pothen, Sunil Sugatha, Lena, and Shine also include the cast list. The screenplay is by Jinu Abraham. Rafeeq Ahmed’s lines are tuned by Rahul Raj and Sivan J Menon.
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