A law student from a lower caste begins a friendship with his classmate, a girl who belongs to a higher caste, and the men in her family start giving him trouble over this.

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Mari Selvaraj, Prabunath (co-director)

Writer:

Mari Selvaraj
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Credited cast:
Kathir ... Pariyerum Perumal
Anandhi ... Jothi Mahalakshmi
Yogi Babu ... Anand
Lijeesh Lijeesh ... Sankaralingam
Hari Krishnan Hari Krishnan ... Pariyan's Senior (as Hari)
Shanmugha Rajan Shanmugha Rajan ... Pariyan's Fake Father
G. Marimuthu G. Marimuthu ... Jo's Father
'Poo' Ram 'Poo' Ram ... Law College Principal
Karate Venkatesan Karate Venkatesan ... Thatha
Anthony Dasan Anthony Dasan ... Special Appearance (as Andony Dasan)
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Lizzie Antony Lizzie Antony ... College Professor
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A law student from a lower caste begins a friendship with his classmate, a girl who belongs to a higher caste, and the men in her family start giving him trouble over this.

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Drama

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The movie was also screened as part of the Spring Screenings of the Hainan Island International Film Festival on March 30. See more »

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The dark underbelly- Casteism
30 September 2018 | by malarvizhiinbaSee all my reviews

Something we don't notice in our daily civil life, something we get to see only if the situation arises or if you live in a caste infested area. Amazing how this movie brings it out in the open, compel us to think and also keeps us engaged throughout. The story is not complex, yet it brings you to the edge of your seat at moments. It is filled with symbolism, especially a scene where it symbolizes that casteism commits suicide. Beautiful. It doesn't show oppression solely by creating sympathy and showing the oppressed class getting further and further oppressed unlike in some movies. You feel for the hero, you're with him and cheer for him. Overall, it's an important part of movie history about casteism.


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India

Language:

Tamil

Release Date:

28 September 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pariyerum Perumal See more »

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Neelam Productions See more »
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