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Long-lost 'Unni' returns after a long span of time, though mentally challenged. Several attempts are made by his family and villagers, to recover his mental illness. But some unexpected incidents, form the plot.
Sathyan Anthikkadu's films are always simple, candid and humorous. Veendum Chila Veetukaryangal (Again Some Family Affairs) is no exception. This movie was a box office hit, but underrated by its simplicity. This is the story of Kochu Thomman (Thilakan), an aristocratic Christian who has a warm heart and love for everything, especially to his younger son Roy (Jayaram). When his son boldly marry a Hindu girl of lower cast, it changes everything. Director Satyan Anthikkadu is famous for his satire-like comedies, but this one is not exactly a comedy but an heart-warming, inspirational drama with a brilliant climax. It's more or less, an equivalent to Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. I would say, it's the magnum opus for both Thilakan, Jayaram, Script Writer Lohita Das and Director Satyan Anthikkadu. The performance of Pappu and Oduvil also deserve some commendation.
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