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azhagar samiyin kudhirai

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Azhagar samiyin kudhirai

This movie was reviewed by Yamaka a long ago. only now I got to see it and I wish to add my two bits’orth.

This, probably is closest to a perfect satire produced by tamil cinemadom. As the story unfolds, you are in stitches with laughter during the first half, and at the pathos of idiocy of the people in the second.

In this story, the village deity is azhagar sami and also in a nearby village, there is a youth azhagar sami.

The deity’s wooden horse, madasamy goes missing, and by chance, the youth’s pet horse comes near the village. The villagers believe that the wooden horse has taken to real living, as several ‘good’ things happen to the village during the brief period.

The youth discovers the horse, and wants to reclaim it, much to the anger and vehemence of the villagers, who tie and beat him up. The idiot policemen are no help in unravelling the mystery, further complicated by political shenanigans.

It takes a bunch of village youth, to ultimately unravel the mystery, free azhagarsami and his master and the movie ends with the ultimate arrival of rains, which has been eluding the village for 4 years.

Inbetween are two love trysts, one an intercaste marriage (no Brahmins in this village), and the other to to advise ‘not to judge a book by its cover’..both the stories, as many other sub plots are well blended into a tightly edited script.

The village scenes of rural tamil nadu are beautiful, with the hills in the background.

this movie is a perfect example as a show piece of satire, displaying how our superstition and mooda nambikkais can almost destroy us.

the movie is a goodfeel movie throughout, and at the end, you will end up having a good laugh, and maybe, look at the world, a little kinder than before.

it is available for free in youtube.

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