The story revolves around an urban South Indian joint family composed of brothers, their wives and children and parent/s. It is the ideal household with every one getting along well until a glamorous actress moves in next door.
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Kalakalappu is a story of two brothers and their quest to save their café. Cheenu manages the café while Raghu is in prison. Cheenu's café fails the health inspector Madhavi's test and is ... See full summary »
Poor Ashok loves Nirmala, daughter of industrialist Vishwanathan who is determined to get his daughters married off to a rich groom. Ashok seeks his affluent friend Vasu's help, who disguises as Ashok's father.
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This is vintage Balachander. Contrived and manipulating, yet tugging at your heart. All performances are top-notch, as is usual in his movies. This is actually two movies put together. Their connection is contrived and hence the climax is a let-down. But individually, they are wonderful pieces. Violin virtuoso-brothers Ganesh and Kumaresh have been used brilliantly and have delivered excellent performances for their debut. Be forewarned! You'll feel depressed after watching the movie. But it is worth it!
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