One fine morning, not any different from every other day, a promising poet shoots herself. Leaving no trace of motive, her husband's best friend and journalist, Balu embarks on a journey to find the truth.
Nandagopal, a newly joined associate editor with Keralareshmi, one of the leading dailies, is aggressive and daring. His closeness to belligerent Sekharan, who runs Jagratha creates conflicts within Nandagopal.
An old man spends his life in solitude awaiting his grandson to come for vacation after 6 years. He thought he was the most happiest man in the world until he found out that fate has something unpredictable for him.
Its a good movie for those who miss the childhood summer vacations in kerala villages.
this movie comes straight from the heart of director fazil. i go to this movie again and again to taste the sweet nostalgia of summer vacations spent at my village in kerala. the director has tried to put all the major rituals of village temples and hindu religious beliefs. the teenage love is captured in this movie like never before and never after. each song is different and yet a common factor binds all of them. photography by vipin das is completely unnoticeable despite having some beautiful motif shots which is a tremendous success. i feel very pleased for having written my first review on IMDb for this movie. it is so special for me.
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