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To overcome tenancy issues, Anjanam buys his own house, which brings him the love of his life. But it doesn't stay long, as there is a new trouble in house. Was he able to marry his girlfriend and live peacefully in his home?
Three friends decide to do whatever it takes to unite one of their old friends with the girl he is in love with which gradually takes a turn for the worst, but strengthening their bond with each other nonetheless.
The father of a grown daughter meets the father of a toddler at a playground and recounts the story of his own relationship with his daughter through the years, including his difficulties with accepting her marriage.
Rajkumar Trivedi , aka robin, is a kleptomaniac who cannot stop stealing , and his only way of recovering is by finding true love.. unfortunately , his love and life are both jeopardised ... See full summary »
Story of a couple in their 50s who have lost all hopes of becoming parents are inspired well sort of forced by a 20some youngster to become parents. This child in this 20some girl teaches a... See full summary »
TO LET is based on real life incidents.The story of a couple with a child. It takes place in 2007 in the Indian city of Chennai which is experiencing a real estate boom as a result of an exponential development of the IT sector. The child likes to draw, the mother likes plants and flowers. Dad tries to break into the world of cinema. The owner of their accommodation a little too greedy for a higher rent, dishes out the door. They have only thirty days to find new housing with their modest middle-class income. On their mopeds they start a race against time and all kinds of prejudice.
When the packing was getting done Illango's book collection and DVD collection was shown which included Charulata by Satyajit Ray, Always being born: A Memoir by Mrinal Sen and The Films of Akira Kurosawa, Third Edition, Expanded. See more »
Excellent portrait of a middle class family life in metro Chennai
This is one of the few movies that will stay with you long after you have left the cinemas. Character development at it's best and each scene is very relevant to the story. The actors have done a phenomenal job especially the lead female character. The story itself is fresh and never been heard of in the past. Very natural and simple shots makes this movie stand out from rest of the mass entertainment movies. Kudos to Chezhiyan, I'm sure he is going to become extremely successful as a director.
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