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“ Yazh Click to look into! >> Read More... ” is a film about the civil war in Sri Lanka. The film has Vinoth Kishan Vinoth Kishan is an Indian Cinema actor. He has wo >> Read More... , Leema Babu Leema Babu is a famous Indian film heroine who app >> Read More... , Misha Ghoshal Misha Ghoshal is an Indian model and actress. She >> Read More... , Neelima Azim, Sasi Kumar Subramani, Daniel Balaji Daniel Balaji is a prominent figure in Tamil Cinem >> Read More... and baby Rakshana in the star cast. MS Anand scripted and directed the film. SN Arunagiri composed the music and Aadhi Karuppiah handled the camera.
Vinoth Kishan and Leema Babu live in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Kishan loves Leema and he proposes her to marry him. After she accepts his proposal, he promised to leave the country along with her. But, before he boards in, the ship moves and Leema is supposed to be on board. Kishan finds Baby Rakshana, who is searching her mother. He starts searching the mother of the little girl. On the other hand, Misha who comes from London calls her lover Sasikumar to come along with her to London. But, Sasi, who lost his mother in the civil war doesn’t want to leave the place. Daniel Balaji, a cop suspects Neelima to be a protester and arrests her. Did Kishan find Rakshana’s mom? Did he join Leema? Did Daniel understand that Neelima is not a protester? Did Sasi move to London with Misha? Watch the film in theaters to get the answers.
All the stars have performed the given roles perfectly, especially Daniel Balaji, Baby Rakshana and Neelima.
MS Anand has scripted the civil war story in Sri Lanka. The cast selection is good and the story is sequenced well. Anand has made a good attempt with the anthology kind of movie. Although the screenplay doesn’t have anything new, the performance of the stars and the situation in Jaffna make the people watch the film.
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Yazh depicts the Yazhpanam story without exaggerating anything. It is worth watching for the performance of the stars!
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