A lazy young man who owns a mobile shop fells in love with a college student. He recieves an illegal mobile tapping software and starts to find fun by intruding into the conversations and ... See full summary »
Raghavan (Jai) and Vishnu Priya (Nazriya) meets on a train from Chennai to Coimbatore and are traveling under false identities as Abubaker and Ayesha. Both are working for IT companies and they fall in love. Since they are introduced to each other as Muslims, they continue their love affair pretending to be Abubacker and Ayesha. The hero goes to the extent of meeting a Muslim preacher, to learn more about the religion, while heroine tries to imbibe the goodness of its richness and culture from her best friend. However, one day they discover their true identities and fall out of love. Both of them realize that they were in love with the dream-like character they had spun. Will they reunite as husband and wife in their own religion ? Written by
I really liked this movie because of its sheer joy it brings to the twist in the marriage-love story scenario. Within the multi-religious context like India/Tamilnadu. I think the movie brings in more light from the view of religious identity and love dynamics, which is rarely brought about by previous directors at least in recent times. The movie deals with the limits you will cross for love, and that aspect is brought about in the religious identity scenario in the movie is something unique. I strongly recommend anyone this movie who has the eye for reading identity crisis and religious pluralism in todays context. The music is surprisingly good. All cast perform well. The only downside could have been the beaten template the movie starts to proceed with, if you are patient with movie, it may win your heart at certain unexpected moments.
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