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Orange Mittai (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 31 July 2015 (India)
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A seemingly meaningless journey of an old man and an EMT specialist in an ambulance becomes unexpectedly meaningful for both of them.


Biju Viswanath


Vijay Sethupathi (dialogue), Vijay Sethupathi | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview:
Vijay Sethupathi ... Kailasam
Ramesh Thilak ... Sathya
Arumugam Bala Arumugam Bala
Aashritha Aashritha ... Kavya


Kailasam was once a fearless god of a man. At the age of 55 he can't complain. Life is good His only son refuses to speak to him. Asset-wise, a long list of diseases, a big house in ruins and a box full of Orange candies. He knows that Orange candies are bad for his chronic diabetes. But what is the point of living, if we have to deprive ourselves of even the smallest pleasures? He likes laughing in the face of death. But death doesn't seem to be interested in him. When he gets really bored, he dials the free emergency ambulance service and gets a ride to the hospital in the nearest town and back home again. The 3 hour-journey is his baby's day out. Enter Satya,a paramedic. He is in mourning. His difficult father has just died and Satya is full of remorse for not having had the chance to make peace with him. When he meets the old man Kailasam, he has to ask himself why the stubborn old troublemaker has come into his life, the old rogue who reminds him of his father, of all people. Has...

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Journey is Destination


Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

31 July 2015 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Orange Candy See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Orae Oru Oorula
Produced by Justin Prabhakaran
Written by Vijay Sethupathi
Performed by Vijay Sethupathi
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For a young paramedic and an ailing old eccentric, the ambulance ride to hospital turns into something unexpected.
16 August 2015 | by betsyburkeSee all my reviews

What the Indian press is saying about "Orange Mittai"

"Orange Mittai is a beautiful film …Like the candy it is named after, Orange Mittai with its sweet and sour moments, is a beautifully narrated film with just the right balance of humour and emotions." Rediff Movies

"Orange Mittai is that one rare movie which comes in Kollywood with a good message." The Wire.

"Orange Mittai is a simple feel good movie without much fuss and hype silently will enter into your hearts…" India Glitz

"Orange Mittai is a colourful entertainer that engages you." Kolly 360

"…the film is a quiet ode to the bittersweet life." The Hindu

"Vijay Sethupathi proves his mettle once again in an unconventional role with his power packed performance." Deccan Chronicle

Tamil cinema star Vijay Sethupathi and director Biju Viswanath teamed up to write Orange Mittai for the inaugural project of the actor's newly-formed Vijay Sethupathi Productions, in collaboration with producer B. Ganesh. Sethupathi himself takes and conquers the challenging central role of a middle-aged ailing eccentric, Kailasam, who has been alienated from his son. The story converges around Kailasam and the young paramedic, Satya, who comes to his aid and finds that things are not quite as they appear to be. Satya, sensitively played by Ramesh Thilak, is feeling the recent loss of his father, and the ambulance ride with Kailasam is the premise for a type of father-son confrontation. The subtly-tuned drama is tempered by comedic moments provided by Arumugam Bala as the Sancho Panza-like ambulance driver. It should also be pointed out that this film goes off the beaten track in its lack of classic song-and-dance treatment, a fact which could be regarded by some as a courageous choice for Tollywood. The soundtrack is appropriate and compelling without being overwhelming, and includes several outstanding songs that do not detract from the verité tone of the story. Viswanath's cinematography is a visual treat. It takes up the lyric style of his earlier films and runs with it, offering a sense of immediacy, an inner stillness that savors "the now" and values it as something precious, beautifully supporting the concept that "journey is destination." – Kudos.

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