Yes Your Honour
|Yes Your Honour|
|Directed by||V. M. Vinu|
|Produced by||P. V. Gangadharan|
|Written by||T. Damodaran|
|Edited by||P. C. Mohan|
Advocate Ravishankar (Sreenivasan) is an idealist. He is practicing as the junior to a clever and cunning advocate Venugopal (Innocent), who is often rude and ill-mannered towards his juniors. Ravishankar studied law with the intention of doing service to society but it didn't take much time to realize that the judiciary is filled with corruption and has no moral values.
After years of being a junior, once Ravishankar gets a case which he can present in the court of law. But at the last minute, Venugopal gives the case to someone else. Frustrated Ravishankar beats up Venugopal and quits being junior to him. He then becomes independent and the first case that came Ravishankar's way was that of the murder of D.F.O Sarath Shetty. Venugopal appears as his opposition. The rest of the film is about Ravishankar's struggle to bring out the truth and make his mark in his career.
Ravi finds that former Minister Issac Samuel and contractor Mustafa were behind DFO's murder. Ravi is appointed as the new Public Prosecutor as new charge sheet is filed with Issac Samuel and Mustafa as accused.
He also finds out that these people are notorious underworld criminals will try to kill him and his family if necessary. So Ravi joins the villains with a secret agenda to bring these criminals to justice. Ravi found the details of the criminal history of the villains starting with their terror links, contract killings and to crores of looted wealth. With the help of his loyal friend ACP Prakash, Ravi brings these criminals to justice and proves their criminal activities in the court.
The court sentenced Issac Samuel and Mustafa to death by hanging. Two years later, both the villains were executed in Viyur central prison. Ravi leads a happy life and a successful professional career.
- Sreenivasan as Adv. Ravishankar
- Padmapriya as Maya
- Innocent as Venugopal
- Saikumar as Isaac Samuel
- Ramu as Musthafa
- Thilakan as Mukundan
- Jagathy Sreekumar
- Suresh Krishna as ACP Prakash
- Babu Namboothiri
- Riyaz Khan
- K.T.C. Abdullah
- V. K. Sriraman as Maya's Father
- Sreelatha Namboothiri as Maya's Mother
- Mythili Roy as Venugopal's daughter
- Poornima Anand
- Ponnamma Babu
- Malavika Nair as Ravishankar's Daughter
- Kiran Raj as Goonda
- Abu Salim
- Varada Jishin
The film became commercial success and ran 100 days in theatres.