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Vaayai Moodi Pesavum (2014)

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What if an entire town stopped speaking?


Balaji Mohan
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dulquer Salmaan ... Aravind
Nazriya Nazim ... Anjana
Madhoo ... Vidhya
R. Pandiaraajan R. Pandiaraajan ... Sundaralingam
Vinuchakravarthy ... Adhikesavan (as Vinu Chakravarthy)
Maniyanpilla Raju
John Vijay ... Boomesh
Robo Shankar ... Ravi
Dinesh Nair
Kaali Venkat ... Pazhani (as Kaali)
Arjunan ... Sathish
Chemban Vinod Jose ... (as Vinod Chemban)
Ramesh Thilak ... Ganesh (as RJ Ramesh Thilak)
Kamala Krishnaswamy Kamala Krishnaswamy ... Aravind's Mother
Sathyapriya ... Adhikesavan's Wife

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Panimalai is an imaginary hill station, where there is a news anchor (Balaji Mohan), whose only aim is get TRP's for his channel. Meanwhile a salesman Aravind (Dulquer Salmaan), an orphan and happy-go-lucky good talker meets Dr. Anjana (Nazriya), a confused, soft spoken girl who is unable to express her feelings properly and has a dominating fiancée who is a control freak. There are also other characters like Health Minister Sundaralingam (Pandiarajan), Superstar Boomesh (John Vijay), Kudikara Sangam Thalaivar Ravi (Robo Shankar), a feudal landlord (Vinu Chakravarthi) and Anjana's step mother (Madhoo). One day, people in the scenic hill station get affected by 'dumb flu' and lose their voice. Finally, state government issues an order banning people from talking to avoid spreading of this contagious disease. Written by Mohan Raj

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The Movie mainly emphasizes on the idea that, if humans talk openly with others, there will be no problems anymore and the world will be a peaceful place
1 July 2014 | by pantheraleomaximusSee all my reviews

Director Balaji Mohan made an impressive debut with Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi in 2012.Vaayai Moodi Pesavum has left an impact in the minds of audience with its posters and the trailer. It generated a kind of curiosity and people hoped that they have something special in store for them this time too. And Balaji Mohan has almost lived up to audience expectations. How? Find it by watching the film. Synopsis: A mysterious illness declared as dumb flu spreads in a quaint hill station forcing the town's residents from speaking. Will the problems in the place increase due to this or will it lead to better communication? the screenplay is refreshing and perfectly presented. pandiraj and robo shankar had done justice to their roles and acted perfectly well. you will definitely notice sean roldan's background score.on the whole the film is thoroughly enjoyable and the director definitely reinvented the rom com formula.with romance and comedy its one of the coolest summer release.this film is an highly ambitious effort and the director succeeds in his efforts.a totally new concept coupled with directors narrative style and screenplay makes this film thoroughly enjoyable.

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Tamil | Malayalam

Release Date:

25 April 2014 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram See more »

Filming Locations:

Munar, Kerala, India


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INR100,000,000 (estimated)
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