The movie begins in a remote village in Madurai where Sivagiri, a blacksmith and his sister Karupayi share a close bondage. Sivagiri wants to get his sister married off to a city dweller. ... See full summary »
Santosh is a Non Resident Indian who goes to India to a wedding. He meets Kavitha. They fall in love. But Santosh's mother doesn't approve neither does Kavitha's brother who asks him to ... See full summary »
A love brings to light the soft-natured characteristic features that lie buried in the sub-conscious mind of a seemingly hard-core student. Some unexpected tragic events mould his life into an epic-like story!
Preethi (Trisha) and Sridhar (Tarun) meet on a train and are interested in each other. Yet they fail to initiate any sort of personal conversation, even while knowing that the train ride ... See full summary »
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 »
A remake of the Malayalam movie Summer In Bethlehem (which was a blockbuster) comes in a package of comedy, sentiment and family entertainment. Music by Harris Jayaraj is a reason enough to watch the movie. "Laysa Laysa" song is a great melody which sticks to your heart. Shaam and Trisha did a good job on the screen helped by a special appearance of Madavan.
Even though the story is run-of-the-mill, screenplay is spun with a fun package which makes the film worth watching. The location (Ooty) is a nice selection and it helps the film. Final Verdict, must see once! (3.5/5)
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