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The story is about two Davids. David (Vikram) is a 30 year old fisherman living in Goa. David who is a carefree drunkard getting involved in pub fights and other unwanted activities falls for his friends deaf and mute fiancé Roma (Isha Sharvani). Meanwhile, the other David (Jiiva), is a 19 year old guitarist living in Mumbai. He hates his dad Father Noel (Nassar) for his philanthropist attitude. Meanwhile, an MLA attacks his dad and beats him up mercilessly with a group of people accusing that Noel is trying to convert everyone into Christianity. David learns that it was for the purpose of cheap publicity and he goes on trying to reach her. The two Davids are about to take a decision which will change their lives forever. Written by
Director Bejoy Nambiar opted for 'Live Sound Sync' for many scenes to maintain the realism in many scenes. This was a challenge for the actors as they would have to remember the dialogues because the whole scene would have to be re- shot if they made a mistake. However in the Tamil version, Vikram's portion was not 'live sound' and was just dubbed. See more »
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First of all bejoy u should have stopped with Hindi version.The screen play is slower and it doesn't proceed further and its stuck within the scene.I have watched lot of movie at least 3 movie a day for 3 f---k years.But you'r style of film making is best that i have ever seen.What a light work amazing non comparable to any. Vickram and jeeva to their best as usual.I enjoyed every character well defined which is a rare in Indian movie.How did u get an idea of vickram father"split or ghost". Nasser,Jeeva sisters all of them were perfect.Songs came at correct timing screenplay=10,lighting=10,music=10,character=10,editing=10
Every thing in the movie is 10 then why did i gave 7
From your dialogue There were lot of "Peter" and i am only "david" in the theater who enjoyed it true to my heart.The peter who even said to play the climax alone before the intervel. It does'nt suit tamil audience.Did u make it to compete with your guru Manirathnam "Tamil version big mistake dude"
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