A little girl is told by her parents that she is adopted. Determined to find her birth mother, her family eventually agrees to take her to Sri Lanka, where they are abducted by the terrorist group known as the Tamil Tigers.
The story is set in a rural area around Madurai, in the village called Parithiyur. Paruthiveeran (Karthi) is a country brash, He is often arrested for petty crimes. His one ambition in life... See full summary »
A simple film that centers on the lives of 5 educated youngsters in Madurai during 1980 in Madurai, their joys and sorrows. Subramaniapuram not just marks the beginning is a birth of new streamline of extraordinary film.
Aishwarya (Sandhya), a convent-girl from a wealthy family in the town of Madurai (Tamil Nadu) falls in love with a young motor-mechanic, Murugan (Bharath) whom she encounters in the street. Faced with the imminent threat of an arranged marriage with an "American groom" she persuades Murugan to elope with her to Chennai where they take refuge with his former schoolfriend in a men's hostel.
Follow Senthil's life through vignettes of his past presented by the people he visits while distributing his marriage invitations. His love life is the aspect in prime focus -- while we are presented with nuggets of other development also.
Its not so common to see a movie thats reflects so much from a life. May be I am not the only one to say this after watching this movie. I spend my childhood in a village, then moved to town. This movie left me sleepless for few days. The village part in the movie is still lingering in my mind. A simple story with lots of emotions. The performance has been brilliant. No one was acting. They looked so real. Ilayaraaja has done what he has been doing all his life, giving soulful music. Great effort from the director/cinematographer Thangar Pachaan. This is not a typical (Indian masala) movie. If you got patience to watch, surely this movie will touch your heart.
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