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.
Set in a village near the Tamil Nadu-Kerala border, Bellary Raja is a successful cattle dealer. Bellary Raja or Rajamanikyam who is blind in one eye after an unfortunate incident has a ... See full summary »
Vinod/Vinu (played by Mohanlal) is mentally ill and is hospitalized in the institution run by Dr. Ravindran ( M G Soman). Story progresses as Vinod recovers with the help of Dr. Savithri, ... See full summary »
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 »
The movie portrays jayaram as a common man with aspirations. This is a emotional flick which portrays a good man with greed for money.
Jayaram runs a cable TV franchisee having big ambitions. To raise the money to buy a fishing boat he married Kaniha, it later turns out that Kanhiha's father Venu Nagavally was not able to keep his promise to give the dowry on time.
The film shows how dowry is still evident in the society and how people must work to eradicate this social evil.
The songs are OK. The name suits well with the story of the film.
Even though Bhagyadevatha is a regular film from director Sathyan Anthikad, the subject is well handled and the message delivered without preaching. Sathyan was able to gift what people are expecting from him. Bhagyadevatha is a film you can watch with family. Don't expect the old satyan magic.. but still enjoyable
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