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chembai10 January 2002
Bharathiraja and Ilayaraja come together in a fascinating rustic tale of love, conservatism and rebellion. Told in the poetic fashion that the director later over-exploited, it remains as engaging as it must have been all those years ago. Ilayaraja is in his element. When are we going to listen to such rhythms?
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