There is something grave and dead about the rose-colored casings of Mithran J Jawahar's Thiruchitrambalam that shouts distress and anguish.

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   At the point when the entertainer plays a blameless, slacker person

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 there is a severe thing about the manner in which he gets it done.

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  As a matter of fact, it is difficult to say on the off chance that Thiruchitrambalam is a romantic comedy or a cut-of-life show on homegrown life.

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 What's more, for each strained second, we get a disruption from the characters.

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     You maintain that their characters should be together in a blissful marriage

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  make loads of children and be — look out for Nithya Menon's response

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 mainly what she conveys through her eyes, in that scene on the porch when Dhanush stammers and swallows his feeling interestingly

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  There is such a lot of bitterness in her eyes yet there is such a lot of trust.

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