Spiced with quirky comedy and charged emotions, this soulful family-oriented saga sparks off with a 78 year old Ramankutty (Dileep) telling his story in a flashback to his grandchildren. He belonged to a family of wedding planners. During one such wedding at the Ambadi Thampi's house where Ramankutty is in charge of organising the event, the marriage gets cancelled at the last minute. The reason for the cancellation is that the groom is unwilling to marry a woman who is a mute.
A good man at heart, Ramankutty asks his brother who is a doctor to marry the helpless girl. But soon Ramankutty falls in love with the girl's sister Gowri (Navya Nair), but she pretends to be in love with her uncle's son (Boban Kunchakko), a pop-singer in Bangalore.
However, later Ramankutty learns that Gowri loves him, but Thampi is unwilling as he has been informed by astrologers that the women in Ramankutty's family die at a very young age and so he is against their wedding. How Ramankutty succeeded in marrying Gowri against all odds and lived to tell their grandchildren about their love story, forms the rest of the story.
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This film was remade in Telugu under the title Kalyanaramudu (2003) starring Venu, Suman, Prabhudeva and Nikita Thukral. Read More