Naan Kadavul

Naan Kadavul

For astrological reasons, a father leaves his son Rudran (Arya) in Kasi. Nevertheless he brings him back to Tamil Nadu. The story takes a turn here and introduces us to the world of physically and mentally challenged beggars. A world controlled by the cruel Thandavan (Rajendran). Meanwhile, Rudran leaves his house to find his place on a small cave, and soon meets Hamsavalli, who tries her best to convince him to return home, but fails. Thandavan then takes a deal with a Malayali man of the same profession and decides to force Hamsavalli to marry an ugly, deformed man for 10-lakhs worth of money. On one incident, Hamsavalli angers the deformative, who runs away without marrying her. This angers Thandavan, who deeply wounds her. She later goes crying to Rudran to somehow free from this curse. The aghori then kills her and grants her moksha.

Rudran (Arya) in Kasi. Fourteen years later, repenting his act he goes with his daughter in search of him. He finds him there but is shocked to learn that he has become an Aghori, a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sean M (ca) wrote: Just finished watching this five disc boxset which was made in the late seventies and therefore contains fantastic interviews with people who are long gone like the great Hoagy Carmichael and the legendary Muddy Waters. Awesome!

Edgar C (jp) wrote: Aussie flicks are rarely found, so I decided to give it a try. Instead of using all the insults and foul-mouthed words I know for expressing the anger and boredom experienced in this woeful flick, let me put it this way: Imagine how BAD a film can be if its title is displayed during the opening credits... twice!! Yeah, twice! Makes you go like: "Yeah, @ssholes! I got it the first time around!" 9/100

Zahid M (us) wrote: Never knew this side of the was a great watch. Terrific film on every dimension: great performances from all the cast, terrific cinematography, and a story worth telling about Gandhi that is relatively unknown - Gandhi as father and family man. Akshaye Khanna is an ace at portraying mixed tormented emotions which border on good and bad. He however is fabulous.

Michael D (kr) wrote: One of my favorite Pixar movies! Made me want to start cooking more

Alaine B (es) wrote: Israeli and Palestinian children talk about what it's like. Then some of them meet each other. Deserved the Oscar nomination it got. Thought provoking. Hope and hopelessness threading through it.

Hachi K (ag) wrote: This film is True, Hard-Core Star Trek, all Gone Wrong. Finally, we're back to Roddenberry's vision of morality plays in a science-fiction/fantasy setting, I thought. Until I realized that the supposed "Protagonists" are complete Jerks..."Hey! We have the secret to Eternal Life... But Screw All of You Guys! We're keeping it to ourselves! Oh! Yeah! We Weren't even Born Here!"Then, Picard has Admiral Douchebag and the Son'a aboard his ship, and doesn't immediately arrest them for violating regulations? HUH?!Instead, he decides to go renegade, and protect the non-indigenous people of this planet and their "right" to keep the secret of immortality to themselves. HUH?!

Matthew S (mx) wrote: A silly and perverse exorcise from Almodovar that entertains despite itself.

Danny B (fr) wrote: Campy and fun in the gaudiest possible way!

Clay B (es) wrote: SNOWBALL EXPRESS (1972)

Connor O (ag) wrote: Easily the best movie of '08. Very dense. Not at all a "sit down and watch with your buddies" kind of movie. If you want to get everything you can out of it, you will most likely have to watch it 3+ times and do some internet research as well.