Kamal Haasan, the central character, is a man terribly soured by his unvaryingly devastating encounters with the opposite sex. He develops a pathological hatred for women and uses his charm... See full summary »
Guna ( Kamal Haasan ) is a mentally affected person and receives treatment in a mental asylum in Hyderabad . He does not like his father and his mother is a moll in the house that they live... See full summary »
Udhayamoorthi (Kamal Haasan), son of an orthodox Carnatic Musician, Marthandam Pillai, voices for social causes against his father's will and in a way gains the trust of local people and brings self-awareness in neighboring villages.
Divya, a woman grieving over the death of her lover, is convinced into an arranged marriage with Chandra Kumar. Over a year the couple attempt to adjust to each other's presence and live with each other.
At a time when Tamil cinema lay submerged in cliched studio dramas starring aging heroes, Bharathiraja came with a breath of fresh air with this lovely pastoral tale. Rajini, Kamal, Sridevi and a host of new faces star in this all-time classic, with Ilayaraja's mind-blowing score making it an unmissable.
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