A musician's love towards a stubborn deaf woman makes her eventually realize that there is more to her life than she previously thought.



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Karthik (as Prithviraj)
Vijay Kumar
Flat Manager
Vijay's Neighbour
Vijay's girlfriend
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A musician's love towards a stubborn deaf woman makes her eventually realize that there is more to her life than she previously thought.

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A very soulful film
12 February 2010 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

This is my first review. Seeing the other reviews, they did not seem to make full justice to the film, so here is mine.

Have you ever seem a movie where the climax or any of the scenes make you well up? This is one movie that can definitely stir emotion. Not to say it is a sad movie, but it is one that definitely hits deep in the heart . What makes this movie great is not just the fact that the storyline of a man loving a deaf and dumb girl is quite original, but that the screenplay matches the story at every instance.

The movie is all about a music composer(brilliantly portrayed by Prithviraj, probably his best role in Tamil) trying to win the heart of a headstrong deaf and dumb girl(portrayed by Jyothika, who although a bit plastic in some of the expressions, did a great job with the overall role). He is assisted in this task by his best friend (played by a brilliant Prakash Raj, whose acting in this film bring up glorious memories of his best ever acting performance in Iruvar) and her best friend(portrayed by Swarnalaya, from Alaipayuthey fame). The film is a very true depiction of a life faced by deaf and dumb people particularly in the sequence where Jyothika gets angry about Phritviraj trying to create a voice for her, thereby trying to make her feel that she is incomplete and needs an imagined voice to gain a place in someone's heart. The story does let you down in certain places. particularly in the latter stages of the movie, but is definitely a movie to watch.

Music by Vidyasagar is really great, the background score always makes you feel a part of the film and the songs are just amazing. In particular, the song Kaatrin Mozhi, whose tunes are used throughout the film, is just one of the most thoughtful songs you can ever hear. The lyrics are perfectly in tune with the movie and the music just touches your soul.

Raadha Mohan as a director reminds you of some of the earlier works of Mani Rathnam. His earlier works might have not inspired too many, but this film is a piece of art.

All in all, this is a movie a true Tamil movie fan can never miss, and if you are one that has never seen a Tamil movie or are one that wants to show someone who hasn't seen one, this is a great movie to get one into it(particularly if you cant find a Mani Rathnam movie). Watch it and you wont regret the experience

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