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Pallavi is a strong-willed woman who has always aspired to become a pilot. How she gets back on her feet through sheer resilience after being beset by a series of personal crises forms the crux of the film.
Rangasamy, a laborer living on the borders of Kerala and Tamil Nadu just like his fellow sons of soils toils, hard-working at the spice plantations owned by landlords. Whilst Rangasamy is ... See full summary »
Anand and Aiswarya who hail from nearby villages in North Malabar. A chance meeting in their native place develops into a passionate affair in Mysore. But their lives suddenly become intertwined in a series of violent events.
Manikandan R. Achari
The story develops through the life of four retired policemen. It has the tone of a thriller investigation. An issue affecting the life of Joseph, the central character, and his family is being investigated.
An ordinary man, Ali, makes a living by riding an auto rickshaw in the night. One day, he meets a woman called Suhra and falls in love with her. He tries to woo her in various ways but ... See full summary »
Prasad and Sreeja enter wedlock and move to a new place to continue the rest of their lives. Unfortunate events begin to take place after Prasad, a small-time thief, robs Sreeja's gold chain during a bus journey.
Aryan is like every other lover, who finds the world a better place just because of that one person. Life takes a sudden twist when he is implicated of a serious crime which he didn't commit and Rajeev who comes as a savior in his life.
Binu Sebastian, a small-time advocate, makes his living by taking up petty cases and leads a simple life. His life takes a drastic turn when he stumbles upon a sensational case and decides to take it up.
Everything is wrong in director Vishnu Govindhan's debut feature, History of Joy, which narrates an unapologetic story of a young man who did time for eight years. The non-linear structure of the film is the only novel thing that attracts you as you watch amateur actor Vishnu Vinay fool around like the most idiotic man on Earth. He cannot act, and the little expressions that come out of his face barely support the narrative. Introduction of characters played by better actors like Vinay Forrt and Joju George do nothing but establish cringe in this lukewarm execution of a coming-of-age story. The central character has no remorse but the plot says otherwise, none of the characters are fully baked yet the plot moves ahead like everything's clear. Lack of imagination and proper editing raises one too many questions throughout the 2-hour running time, as the film culminates in a premature ejaculation. Every single frame reinforces director Govindan's rookie methods and that is enough to make you slip into a state of boredom. Random songs stuffed into the storyline like ground coconut in puttu, History of Joy suffers from all the ailments a film can ever suffer from. Everyone associated with the film needs to take a reality check and revisit their intentions because for me, this looks like a B-grade drama under the disguise of new age cinema. TN.
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