The story revolves around two unemployed youths who are struggling to make ends meet. At one situation they blame the God for all their sufferings. The God appears and decide to stay with ... See full summary »
Kuselan (Vijayakumar) and Suseela (Manjula) have 9 children: 3 boys (Sathyaraj, Prabhu Ganesan and Abbas) and 6 girls (Rambha, Roja, Kasthuri, Maheswari, Preetha Vijaykumar and Suvalakshmi)... See full summary »
The movie is about the Blossom of love, fun and lots more between the characters Siva and Sakthi. The 1st half shows the blossom of love in the mind of Siva while we find a new turn during the second half where Sakthi reciprocates it.
The first Tamil language feature to be shot on the Red One Camera. Also the first Tamil film during which the director maintained an online diary during production. Also unique to Tamil cinema is the absence of any on-screen singing or dancing by any of character during the movie. See more »
A Tamil film with international standards
So i finally got to watch this much talked about film and i was pleasantly surprised. The last few films which won appreciation from the public for some reason disappointed me including the much hyped Subramaniyapuram. But i really enjoyed watching Achamundu Achamundu. Kudos to debutant Arun Vaidyanathan. I finally saw a film without unnecessary songs and dances. I like how they don't have a separate comedy track like most tamil films. The sarcastic humor in the dialogues were a very good touch to this realistic film.
John Shea as the psychopath is very convincing and menacing. Prasanna and sneha put up a great show. Music by Karthik Raja is apt. Overall a very good movie watching experience.
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