Kaaval is an Indian drama about two men, Thamban and Antony, and the rift that ended their friendship for many years. After Antony and his two children are threatened by local thugs and the police, Antony is involved in a tragic accident. His son and daughter reach out to Thamban, who proceeds to seek vengeance on their behalf. The film is in Malayalam with English subtitles.
The film contains bullying behaviour, suicide attempts, several car accidents and a close-up depiction of a hit-and-run incident.
The film contains multiple fight sequences, sometimes using guns and blades. The film also contains a hit-and-run incident which causes bloody injury. The film also contains sexual threat and verbal references to sexual violence.
The film contains innuendo and verbal references to sex being used to pay off a debt.
The film contains a single partial use of the word 'f**k', as well as 'bitch', 'asshole', 'bastard', 'prick', 'damn' and 'hell'.
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