The abandoned at a refugee camp in Rameswaram, India and presumed to be an orphan is a beautiful young girl child. She gets noticed by noted Tamil author Thiruchelvan, who lives with his sister, Kamalee, her husband, and their son, and authors books under the pen-name of 'Indra', who is actually an attractive TV news-woman who lives next door. When he comes forward to adopt her, he is initially refused, as he must be married in order to adopt any child. He accordingly gets married to Indra, and they adopt the child and name her Amudha.
After Amudha completes her 9th year, she is told that she has been adopted, compelling her to start searching for her biological mother. The crux of the tale revolves around her search, and the effect it has on the whole family.
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As most of the cast were non-native Tamil speakers, dubbing artistes were used with actresses Suganya and Deepa Venkat lending their voices for Nandita Das and Simran respectively. Furthermore Mounika lent her voice for Easwari Rao's character, while Thalaivasal Vijay spoke lines for Chakravarthy. Read More