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Conjoined twins Vimalan and Akhilan involve themselves in a series of deaths involving their father's company. However, the truths that they initially uncover lead to a bigger conspiracy, one that spans across the globe.
Spunky and compassionate Kalpana rents an apartment and works as an ad-model. Her life changes when she invents a love affair between herself and wealthy Sanjay Ramaswamy. When Sanjay finds out, he decides to confront her to end this facade, but ends up falling in love with her. He pretends to be poor, proposes to her, and she subsequently accepts. Before they could get married, she gets killed, Sanjay gets assaulted, resulting in memory loss, and he is unable to remember anything beyond 15 minutes. During those 15 minutes, Sanjay manages to put together bit by bit through tattoos, Polaroid photos, notes, and maps on the wall of his apartment whatever he is able to recollect, as he sets out to avenge Kalpana's death. Sanjay does not know that the elusive killer knows about his agenda, and has already made plans to finish him off once and for all.Written by
Agreed that the core theme (Short Term Memory Loss) of Ghajini is taken out of Memento. It is also to be agreed that almost all of the movies, including those from Hollywood (come on guys, what about "The Departed"?), draw inspiration from some other (whether it be a movie or something else).
However, kudos to the director Murugadoss for molding the movie so well. Look at how he brings in the regional flavor. I liked the movie a lot. The motive is to reach any common man which is what Ghajini achieves but which is where Memento fails at. Music by Harris Jeyaraj is a big plus.
P.S. I'm quite surprised looking at so many comments hinting negative connotations. Of course, everybody has a right to express and I'm not challenging anyone. It's just that I'm surprised...
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