Aadhi Bhagavan | Haridas DVD

Aadhi Bhagavan | Haridas DVD

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Avec: Jayam Ravi, Neetu Chandra, Sudha Chandran, Sai Kumar, Kishore, Sneha
Réalisateur: Ameer Sultan / G.N.R.Kumaravelan
Musique: Yuvan Shankar Raja / Vijay Antony
Codage: Multi-zones
Langue: Tamoule
Sous-titre: Aucun
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Video: Format 16/9 compatible 4/3, Format cinéma respecté scope 2.35
Durée: (environ) 300 minutes
Genre: Action, Drame, Thriller

Aadhi Bhagavan
The entire opposition of Andra pradesh were fighting against the rao brothers for their activity of tax evasion in their granite business. The CBI is also taking steps to enquire about this allegations because of which the house and offices of rao brothers were searched by CBI. Rao brothers felt the action was initiated by one of the CBI officer Apsar Hussain. The rao wanted to take revenge on the cbi officer with the help of Mr.Shyam,the buisness man settled in Bangkok. The gist of the story is how the cbi officer is able to escape from the illegal methods used by the rao brothers for taking the revenge on him.

Apsar Hussain, un officier de la CBI a osé s'opposer aux frères Rao qui sous la couverture de commerce de granit contrôlent un réseau d'évasion fiscale. Le raid mené par l'officier provoque le courroux des frères Rao qui n'ont qu'une envie : punir l'officier et laver leur affront. Ils font donc appel à Shyam, un homme d'affaires installé à Bankok pour accomplir leur vendetta. Aadhi Bhagavan narre les péripéties de cet officier qui doit démêler les pièges tendus par ses ennemis.

TSivadas (Kishore) the daring cop who gets ruthless against the local goon Aadhi (Pradeep Rawat) and is just miles away from nabbing the crook. However he is forced to leave the force for a while to take care of his autistic son, Haridas (Prithviraj Das) because of an unfortunate matter. With much difficulty he enrolls Haridas in a normal school where Amudhavalli (Sneha) is a teacher specialized to deal with special children.

Kishore dwells into the character of Sivadas a sorry father for not sparing time to his family, when it mattered most and tries to understand his son's problem step by step. He understands the fact that Autism is not a disease to brood over, it just needs the extra affection and care rather than feeling sympathetic. Over a period of time the bonding between the teacher and the student blossoms like a bright sunflower. Does the father succeed in lodging a room in his son's imagination, what happens forms the rest of the play.

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