Before independence during the 1940's depicts the lives of poor carefree villagers who are lured to work in Tea plantation farms and how they are forced to live rest of their lives as slaves with no traces of hope and freedom.
Nandha kills his father in the confusion that follows when his mother discovers her husband's philandering. Nandha is packed off to juvenile prison, leaving behind his deaf and dumb mother ... See full summary »
The film takes on a journey through the love story of Ram (Dhanush) and Janani (Shruthi) who are 12th standard students and eventually falls in love with each other. As they grow up, so does their affinity for each other, and despite opposition from the elders, they tie the knot. When they start a fresh life, problems start to grow up. Apart from the usual misunderstanding difficulties that newly-married couples would face, this is of a different kind. Ram is forced to take a decision in that problematic situation. What follows is an emotional tale. Written by
Director/writer Aishwarya Dhanush revealed that the script was written with Shruti K. Haasan in mind. Initially, Haasan was unavailable and Amala Paul was signed on. After the filming dates were changed, Paul dropped out and Haasan was able to take the role. See more »
Watched the movie today and I would like to tell that it is an inspiring tale of love and you cannot feel its "Rhythm" until you are in love with someone so deeply that you may lose your mind and body in it. I don't want to spoil anything here but seriously if you don't like it, then quite frankly you haven't known what love is. Now the plot, cinematography and music were the strength of the film, since its Mrs. Danush's first movie, it isn't bad for a beginner and surely she has a lot to improve and I'm sure she will eventually. I'm forced to give nothing short of 10 for this masterpiece. There are only a handful of movies which are inspiration for me, and this has got a special place. P.S. This is my first review and I would like to say that, this movie isn't something you should miss.
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