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Sandesam (1991)

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default Sandesam (1991)

Post by satheesh on Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:36 pm

After his retirement from Indian Railways, as station master, Raghavan
Nair (Thilakan) is back at his home. His long cherished dream to spend
his retired life along with his family consisting of wife (Kaviyoor
Ponnamma), three sons and two daughters gets a blow after seeing his two
sons brawling each other over their political differences. Prabhakaran
(Sreenivasan), the elder one is a staunch leftist, and an active worker
of the Revolutionary Democratic Party (RDP) which has just lost the
Kerala state Assembly elections and relinquished office. Prakashan
(Jayaram), popularly known as KRP, his younger brother is involved with
the Indian National Socialist Party (INSP) which has now come to power.
Though they are both educated, neither has any plans to earn a living on
their own and are fully immersed in petty politics, sponging off their
parents for their needs. Raghavan Nair becomes deeply worried about
their future, and tries to advise his sons, but of his admonitions fall
on deaf ears. Anandan (Mala Aravindan), his son-in-law is a police
inspector, but is now on suspension. When the RDP was in power, he
arrested and beat up several of the opposition party workers on
instruction from the ruling party officials. Now that the previous
opposition is in power, they exact their revenge, first by suspending
him, and then by transferring him repeatedly to stations as far away
from civilisation as is possible. As part of his retired life, Raghavan
Nair decides to focus his attention on his agricultural activities and
meets the new young agricultural officer (Siddique) and, with his wife's
approval, wants their younger daughter to get married to him, but his
elder sons oppose it on flimsy and petty reasons. Prakashan, whose party
is in power, pulls strings and get him transferred immediately to a
remote location in order to prevent the marriage but Nair gets them
married at the registrar's office. In the meantime, Anandan and his
wife, Raghavan Nair's eldest daughter, demand partition of the property
and their share, which Raghavan Nair objects to. The last straw is when
their mother falls ill and is hospitalised for a day or so, and none of
her children bother to show up at the hospital - in particular, the two
older sons. Raghavan Nair, when he sees all of them milling around his
house on returning from the hospital, loses his temper. He throws out
all his children and orders them never to enter his house again. But to
his surprise he finds both Prakasan and Prabhakaran at the gate, fully
repented. He calls them in and they begin a new life. The film ends by
showing Prabhakaran going to court as a lawyer and Prakashan for a job

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Post by satheesh on Sat Sep 15, 2012 1:01 pm

A film thats implication ever relavant






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