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Plot: Paranjothi is a village love story. As we have seen many cinemas like this from the 70s, this does not look fresh. This film is a debut film for
Ansiba Hassan and Sarathy. This film is directed by Gobu Balaji. Sarathy and Ansiba Hassan are the lovers, who belong to different castes. They love deeply and they have already planned to die, if they get separated. One day their love comes to the limelight. As usual, the village and their parents are against the lovers. The village gets separated due to the community fight. But the lovers stay strong in their love and they do not want to get separated with the caste as a reason. The entire village stays away from them.
The lovers get married and staying out from the people of the village. They make a house and stays outside the village. The heroine gets conceived after the marriage. In the mean time, there comes a person who is serious in the community and caste activities, from the prison. He comes from the prison to kill them intentionally. What is the reason behind his anger and who is he and why he chases them to the death is the rest of the story. The newcomers Sarathy and Ansiba have lived as the characters. There is a bit of comedy in this film with Singamuthu, who dressed up as a woman, which is annoying. If his comedy part is being cut out, the film will be Okay. There is a huge list of actor and actress in this film like Geetha, Vijaya Kumar, Mayil Samy, Muthu Kaalai, Kanja Karuppu, Meera Krishnan, Bose Venkat, Bala Singh and many more. The music scoring is by Sabesh Murali and it is good. Editing is by Sudhagar and cinematography is by S. Chandrasekar. Though everything looks good, the story is a stereotyped one by the director Gopu Balaji and hence it bores the viewers. Paranjothi is a stereotyped story that fails to impress the audiences.
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