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.
Vasu is a tough street crook who lives at a movie theater. One day while transporting the reels of a new film, he clashes with a music student Mohana. Mohana is the daughter of the Police ... See full summary »
Jayam Kondaan startled me with a very sober opening scene on a rainy day where Arjun offers a ride to Brindha and they share with good words. But, the moment the plot point is revealed, the screenplay tries its best to twist the minds but fails to do so. Hence, we get an equally morbid film which lies in the hands of Vinay and Lekha. Bhavana's appearance as a village belle is mystical. But, there are two scenes which kill the reality of this flout sibling drama. One is the accidental death while the other would be the climactic fight scene. Do men really have to fly away after being punched? I understand the one man army sentiment, but this film was riding high on emotionality, not action. Vivek's humor is quite obscene, although he has you in splits sometimes.
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