Taramani
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Taramani

Tamil
DramaRomance
11 Aug, 2017
2 hrs 30 mins
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6,561 votes
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Taramani is an urban love story in the post globalized world with issues like conflict, sex, lust and money being in focus. The film talks about the concept of eternal love between a male and female.
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We have had numerous women-centric films which touched upon the varied woes of average women in our society. However, a lions share of them, knowingly or unknowingly, had women living life and behaving within the societal norms, so that even the average judgemental audience could empathise with them effortlessly. But for a change, Taramani, which is set against an IT hub of the same name, narrates the life of Diya (Andrea Jeremiah), a free-spirited lady. ...Read full review
A film that can make you shed tears of sadness and tears of joy would be considered as the biggest reward a common filmmaker can dream. Ram is one director who is capable of producing a movie as such. He is someone who talks about unpressed human feelings. Here he comes up with another emotional script and this time he has chosen to show an urban love story filled with harsh reality. ...Read full review
Director Ram has given us two emotionally gratifying films, Katradhu Tamil and Thangameengal and for his third venture he has dealt with a very relevant subject of how men from all classes wrongly perceive women and realize their folly mostly when its too late. The message that Ram sets out to tell is loud and clear and thats the strength of Taramani. ...Read full review
Althea Johnson (Andrea Jeremiah) chances upon Prabhunath (Vasanth Ravi), a strange looking man with a cigarette in hand. At the moment, Althea gets reminded of the flash news we`ve been constantly hearing on TV -about women getting raped and assaulted by strangers. ...Read full review
There is a Tamil phrase that Director Ram uses in the movie Mozhangalukum mottai mandaikum mudichu podrathu. It indicates an unlikely relationship between two things at the opposite ends of the spectrum. ...Read full review

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