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.
Ace conman Gandhi effortlessly thinks up schemes to swindle gullible and greedy folks. However on a rare occasion, things don't go according to plan and he ends up in the clutches of a ruthless gang who demand schemes from him for money.
Kavitha, a young woman, is the sole bread winner for her family. In order to fulfill their dreams and ambitions, she puts herself through the daily grind of working in an office maintaining... See full summary »
The movie, the story of how five young people are fed up with what the world has to give them and how they decide to take the possibly easier way out; suicide, is one of many realisations. Surely a brave effort on part of the director in casting some not-so-famous actors of the period into etching some very impressive roles. Ramya Krishnan and Anand Babu outshine the rest in playing their roles. The climax, with Shri.Ramakrishnan, a popular news reader from the South, is extremely touching and certainly proved an inspiring model for youngsters and old alike who think that the world is too cruel. Ramakrishnan talks of how the world couldn't be crueler to anyone. He talks of how he looked at but the brighter side of it all; that someone somewhere, had wished them to live; a life that had so many good things about it, that one ought not to spend time crying for what it didn't give and instead; learn to live life as it was given to one and try to shine in one's own way. Inspiring. A must-watch for everyone.
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