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Sathyan Anthikkadu's films are always simple, candid and humorous. Veendum Chila Veetukaryangal (Again Some Family Affairs) is no exception. This movie was a box office hit, but underrated by its simplicity. This is the story of Kochu Thomman (Thilakan), an aristocratic Christian who has a warm heart and love for everything, especially to his younger son Roy (Jayaram). When his son boldly marry a Hindu girl of lower cast, it changes everything. Director Satyan Anthikkadu is famous for his satire-like comedies, but this one is not exactly a comedy but an heart-warming, inspirational drama with a brilliant climax. It's more or less, an equivalent to Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. I would say, it's the magnum opus for both Thilakan, Jayaram, Script Writer Lohita Das and Director Satyan Anthikkadu. The performance of Pappu and Oduvil also deserve some commendation.
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