Tamil    Jul 21, 2001 (India)  

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Pandavar Bhoomi is a 2001 Indian Tamil costume drama film released on Jul 21, 2001. The film is directed by Cheran.
Rajkiran's family returns from the town to the village after a gap of twelve years, with the sole objective of spending its last span of life. Why? What were the events in the intervening twelve years? The flashback is enthralling. Returning to the village, the family starts constructing a new house. Arunkumar, an engineer who comes to take up the building work, wins the heart of young Shamitha. But the family plans to give Shamitha in marriage to her uncle, who is serving a term in prison. Will Arunkumar win Shamita's hand in the end? Cheran clears the suspense in the climax. There are many nice, life-like scenes in the film. Cheran keeps the film under his command all the time. The star cast is not that famous. But Cheran proves his mettle through his first-rate directorial skills, making the best use of the actors and actresses. Undoubtedly, the story-cum-screenplay is the hero of the film. Rajkiran's display of histrionic skills raises eyebrows. The modulation in his delivery of dialogues is impressive. There is a scene where he eats Korikalikka shouldering three persons at the same time on him. The scene appears poetical. The film is a welcome break for Arunkumar. But will it be a breakthrough in his career? Let the second innings of his cinema life start. Debutante Shamitha plays a double role. She carves a niche in the hearts of the viewers, not as a pompous heroine but as the-girl-next-door.
Rajkiran's family returns from the town to the village after a gap of twelve years, with the sole objective of spending its last span of life. Why? What were the events in the intervening twelve years? The flashback is enthralling. Returning to the village, the family starts constructing a new house. Arunkumar, an engineer who comes to take up the building work, wins the heart of young Shamitha. But the family plans to give Shamitha in marriage to her uncle, who is serving a term in prison. Will Arunkumar win Shamita's hand in the end? Cheran clears the suspense in the climax. There are many nice, life-like scenes in the film. Cheran keeps the film under his command all the time. The star cast is not that famous. But Cheran proves his mettle through his first-rate directorial skills, making the best use of the actors and actresses. Undoubtedly, the story-cum-screenplay is the hero of the film. Rajkiran's display of histrionic skills raises eyebrows. The modulation in his delivery of dialogues is impressive. There is a scene where he eats Korikalikka shouldering three persons at the same time on him. The scene appears poetical. The film is a welcome break for Arunkumar. But will it be a breakthrough in his career? Let the second innings of his cinema life start. Debutante Shamitha plays a double role. She carves a niche in the hearts of the viewers, not as a pompous heroine but as the-girl-next-door.
Rajkiran's family returns from the town to the village after a gap of twelve years, with the sole objective of spending its last span of life. Why? What were the events in the intervening twelve years? The flashback is enthralling. Returning to the village, the family starts constructing a new house. Arunkumar, an engineer who comes to take up the building work, wins the heart of young Shamitha. But the family plans to give Shamitha in marriage to her uncle, who is serving a term in prison. Will Arunkumar win Shamita's hand in the end? Cheran clears the suspense in the climax. There are many nice, life-like scenes in the film. Cheran keeps the film under his command all the time. The star cast is not that famous. But Cheran proves his mettle through his first-rate directorial skills, making the best use of the actors and actresses. Undoubtedly, the story-cum-screenplay is the hero of the film. Rajkiran's display of histrionic skills raises eyebrows. The modulation in his delivery of dialogues is impressive. There is a scene where he eats Korikalikka shouldering three persons at the same time on him. The scene appears poetical. The film is a welcome break for Arunkumar. But will it be a breakthrough in his career? Let the second innings of his cinema life start. Debutante Shamitha plays a double role. She carves a niche in the hearts of the viewers, not as a pompous heroine but as the-girl-next-door.
Rajkiran's family returns from the town to the village after a gap of twelve years, with the sole objective of spending its last span of life. Why? What were the events in the intervening twelve years? The flashback is enthralling. Returning to the village, the family starts constructing a new house. Arunkumar, an engineer who comes to take up the building work, wins the heart of young Shamitha. But the family plans to give Shamitha in marriage to her uncle, who is serving a term in prison. Will Arunkumar win Shamita's hand in the end? Cheran clears the suspense in the climax. There are many nice, life-like scenes in the film. Cheran keeps the film under his command all the time. The star cast is not that famous. But Cheran proves his mettle through his first-rate directorial skills, making the best use of the actors and actresses. Undoubtedly, the story-cum-screenplay is the hero of the film. Rajkiran's display of histrionic skills raises eyebrows. The modulation in his delivery of dialogues is impressive. There is a scene where he eats Korikalikka shouldering three persons at the same time on him. The scene appears poetical. The film is a welcome break for Arunkumar. But will it be a breakthrough in his career? Let the second innings of his cinema life start. Debutante Shamitha plays a double role. She carves a niche in the hearts of the viewers, not as a pompous heroine but as the-girl-next-door. Check out this page for more updates on Pandavar Bhoomi.

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