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Dharmam




A slap in the face wouldnt have hurt more.

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Ramesh said…
Absolutely brilliant film. Tamil short films, made often by amateurs, are uniformly brilliant and never fail to bring a tear to the eye. Its a real pity that the long versions are so awful :):)
RS said…
EXCELLENT!
Asha said…
Indha pagal kollai and paridhabam namma kannu munnala nadukkardhu. Thattiketta Satyadev dubey gadi daan.
(I'm sure you would know dubey, in case you don't know google his name and golden quadrilateral together)
Asha said…
sorry it is satyendra dubey
Asha said…
Indha pagal kollai and paridhabam namma kannu munnala nadukkardhu. Thattiketta Satyadev dubey gadi daan.
(I'm sure you would know dubey, in case you don't know google his name and golden quadrilateral together)
Venkat said…
just yesterday i saw this vedio, and now in your space. best of film is that thaathaa advice children not to take money without permission even in kolla pattini.
touching.
gils said…
@thala:
yup...kudos to the Naaliya Iyakkunar program its churning out the best ...

@athivasi:

:)

@asha:

is he the whistleblower who was killed ? IITian?? anyway..wl google for that name..
gils said…
@venkat:

yup..truly heartwarming..that poem was gut wrenchingly true and sad
Venkat said…
poem ok. kekaama kasu etukathanu solavare antha dialouge is says moral character.
Aarti said…
SOunds very brilliant... shall watch it tonight... :-) ippadi innum niraiya share maadings!!

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