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Inter-caste marriages - Practical difficulties, suggesetions, solutions.

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dear renu,

not that it makes any difference, but to set matters right, wikipedia is not quite correct. jothika's mom is a muslim and she was brought up in islamic faith. but apparently, these things are quite 'fluid' in the movie industry.

Yes.. I saw Sancharram.. The Journey.. I liked it.. I wanted to know more: what happened to Kiran and Delilah when they reached mid 20s - the full age to understand and appreciate love & romance, and differentiate with the transient attractions of adolescents (of homo or heterosexuality)!

Young adolescents may or may not know the full thrust and energy of their inner soul.

The rural India is depicted well.. going to the "crisis mode" - that could happen even when Rajan (Kiran's brother, which was not quite clear to me!) gets the nod of Delilah! - conflicts of Hindu Nairs and Christians!

Too bad that it was not screened in India - Oh India, when will you grow up? To see the 360 degree of human feelings and needs!


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