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Marupakkam videorecording National Film Development Corpn & Doordarshan present dialogues, Indira Parthasarathy ; produced by N.F.D.C. & Doordarshan ; screenplay & direction, K. S. Sethu Madhavan.

By: Madhavan, Ks Sethu.
Contributor(s): Sethumadhavan, K S, | Shekhar | Radha | Shiv Kumar | Jaya Bharathi, . | National Film Development Corporation Ltd | Doordarshan (Television station : Bombay, India).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Cinamas of India. Publisher: Mumbai National Film Development Corporation Ltd c1990Description: 1 videodisc (188 min.) sd., col 4 3/4 in.Other title: .Subject(s): Man-woman relationships- Drama-India -- | Motion pictures, TamilGenre/Form: Feature films.DDC classification: 791.4372
Contents:
The film is inspired by a novel "Uchi Veyyil" written by Indra Parthasarathy. The film revolves around Ambi, a young man in his early thirties. Ambi arrives in Kumbakonam from Delhi to see his ailing father, Vembu Iyer (Sivakumar). His father, an orthodox religious scholar, revered for his knowledge in vedic studies, is now ill, having only his memories to accompany him. The state of his father is a shock to Ambi. The two fell out over Ambi's love and subsequent marriage to a Christian girl Sweetie in Delhi. Barely able to recognize his son now, Vembu Iyer ponders in total silence, as Janaki (Jayabharathi), Ambi's mother, shares with her son what has happened since he left for Delhi. Over time, he overhears his father mutter the name of Ambi's stepmother Avayam (Radha). Before his marriage to Janaki, Vembu Iyer intensely loved Avayam, much to the anger and disapproval of Vembu's own mother, who hated her daughter-in-law as she loved to dance. Eventually, Avayam and Vembu separated ... Written by Rohit Mehta
Production Credits: Music, Vaidyanathan ; editing, G. Venkitaraman ; cinematography, D. Vasanth Kumar.
Awards: National award - 1991Cast: Shiv Kumar, Jaya Bharathi, Radha, Shekhar.Summary:
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Videodisc release of the 1990 motion picture.

Based on the story of K.S. Sethumadhavan

The film is inspired by a novel "Uchi Veyyil" written by Indra Parthasarathy. The film revolves around Ambi, a young man in his early thirties. Ambi arrives in Kumbakonam from Delhi to see his ailing father, Vembu Iyer (Sivakumar). His father, an orthodox religious scholar, revered for his knowledge in vedic studies, is now ill, having only his memories to accompany him. The state of his father is a shock to Ambi. The two fell out over Ambi's love and subsequent marriage to a Christian girl Sweetie in Delhi. Barely able to recognize his son now, Vembu Iyer ponders in total silence, as Janaki (Jayabharathi), Ambi's mother, shares with her son what has happened since he left for Delhi. Over time, he overhears his father mutter the name of Ambi's stepmother Avayam (Radha). Before his marriage to Janaki, Vembu Iyer intensely loved Avayam, much to the anger and disapproval of Vembu's own mother, who hated her daughter-in-law as she loved to dance. Eventually, Avayam and Vembu separated ... Written by Rohit Mehta

Music, Vaidyanathan ; editing, G. Venkitaraman ; cinematography, D. Vasanth Kumar.

Shiv Kumar, Jaya Bharathi, Radha, Shekhar.

DVD ; all regions ; NTSC.

In Tamil with English subtitles.

National award - 1991

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