A young man diagnosed with a terminal illness wishes to spend the few remaining days of his life in solitude away from his family. He comes to a hill station and there he comes across a girl, who seems to be his complete opposite and full of life. As they keep playing tricks on each other they get closer to each other. One such incident makes him aware of a shocking truth about her, which changes both their lives forever.
Did You Know?
In 1989, an 11-year old Delhi girl named Geethanjali was suffering from terminal cancer and wrote her thoughts and emotions in a diary, which was published around that time. Mani Ratnam
was moved when he read the diary, and named his film, and the title heroine, after the little girl. See more
In the song Om Namaha, that was done in a single long shot (YouTube/online versions do not show this in a single shot as in the original release), you can see a fly in the latter part of the song (right shoulder of the hero). See more
Remade as Yaad Rakhegi Duniya
Om Namaah Naarayana Shrutulaku
Sung by Balasubramaniam S.P.
, K.S. Chitra
and S. Janaki
Composed by Ilaiyaraaja
Lyrics by Veturi Sundararamamurthy See more