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A married woman falls in love with an Economics Professor and becomes pregnant and insane by the physical relationship outside her married life.

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A married woman falls in love with an Economics Professor and becomes pregnant and insane by the physical relationship outside her married life.

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3 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

Well, to be honest, I didn't have much hope when i went to watch this movie. I was expecting it to be a typical Mammoothy movie with typical masala story, but it was a pleasant surprise.

Story and casting is iconoclastic and questioning to the society. Story goes somewhat like this, a small family of husband, wife and a kid joins neighborhood of an illustrious and womanizer professor Dr. Nathan (Mammoothy). Housewife Deepti (Meera Jasmin) comes across professor and end up sleeping with him. Husband's failure at job and raising good family adds oil to the fire. By the time Deepti realize what is happening in her life, she became pregnant. Disturbed by professor's carelessness and rejection, Deepti loses her mental stability and admitted to asylum for treatment. Meanwhile, family leaves locality without informing anyone and cured Deepti joined back husband and son with a newborn baby. Professor starts feeling guilty for what he does to her and trying to find her. Finally professor finds Deepti in a new color and express his love for her and she accepts it. This movie couldn't have been ended on a better note.

There are mainly two pillars of this movie, Professor Nathan and housewife Deepti. And both of them have played their parts to perfection. I specially liked the part where professor tell her that he is a womanizer and whether it's you or anyone else doesn't matter to him. Expression on her face is nothing what you might have expected from a young actress like her. Many of the dialogs between professor and Deepti are monologues from professor with camera focused on Deepti's face. Beautiful direction.

Take away - a superb art piece is for non-mainstream movie only


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