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Premachandran is a good carpenter well-versed in Thachu-Shastra (Science of Carpentry). He is sought after by many for being true to his profession. Having a painful past and shunned by the... See full summary »
The equation of Raghu and his son Abhi passes through various stages, and Raghu his son making the mistakes he did once. With a bit of help from someone new in their lives, the family passes through a turf of transformation.
It narrates a story of a wealthy grandmother who helps to change her daughter's older mother in law's repressed behavior by fulfilling her bucket list. Later they start a online group to fulfill wishes of elderly people.
James and Alice marry against their parent's wishes and the movie revolves around the misunderstandings between them caused by their busy lifestyles. Things take a turn when James meets with a freak car accident.
One way to look at this film is as clichéd Sathyan Anthikadu reworking his timeworn themes of village life and life lessons. Another way, for the less cynical, is as a lovely little ode to the quintessential Kerala village and its denizens. The sense of comfort one gets from this predictable but well made movie is probably more for the homesick Malayalee.
Mohanlal, is of course typically reliable in his role as a bachelor who lives for his mother and who is genuinely thrown off balance by the sudden appearance of a teenager claiming to be his son. The culmination doesn't really matter, it's all about familiar comforts and quintessential Sathyan Anthikadu.
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