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Kochu Thresia, is a rich widow, who craves to 'live' life, but is alienated by her children who are caught in the rat race for making money. At this juncture, she meets the young, ... See full summary »
Two strangers pretend to be husband and wife in order to use a pre-reserved ticket bought from a scalper to get on a train , because of last second plans ,find that their lives intersect and later fall in love.
Unni, who his family thinks is an NRI, is actually a smuggler known as Walayar Paramasivam. Problems arise when his finance finds out his identity and his brother becomes a police officer who is in pursuit of Paramasivam.
Chanthu posts fake love letters to an imaginary girl Vasumathi, so that his landlord's daughter Indira who is in love with him won't pursue him. Things go awry when a real Vasumathi receives the letters and start looking for Chanthu
Really sad movie about a mom leaving her son and husband for dance.
I really thought this movie was SO sad! The whole movie is basically a flash-back of they guy played by Jayram. He's telling his son why he has no mother. Then at the middle (of the flashback...the flashback is mainly the whole movie) the mom has to fill in for some famous Malayali (Malayalam Pride) dancer. So she gets high ratings and is all over the news and she eventually leaves her family so she can become truly famous. If that's no sad enough the son is a baby when she leaves and she leaves without saying anything. If you want to see this movie i recommend it, HIGHLY! Also to get hold of it, go to a Malayalam store and rent it or you can wait till it comes on Asianet(which it often does).
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