Embedded with melodious music and charged emotions, this soulful romantic drama depicts the immaculate love story of Bhadra (Samyuktha Varma) and her music teacher Sastrigal (Biju Menon), highlighting the struggles and challenges in their respective lives.
This evocative tale begins with teenager Bhadra coming to learn music under Sastrigal and getting infatuated with him and his singing. Her creative talents for poetry start to flourish, under his influence. Sastrigal is not much aware of Bhadra's love and considers her only as his talented student.
Coming to know about Bhadra's infatuation, her parents make the decision to remove her from his care, taking her with them and Sastrigal is obliged to marry his Murappennu (Sindhu).
Bhadra becomes a doctor (like her father) and is married to Chandran (Lal) who is a computer engineer. Chandran happens to see her diary one day and the relationship goes for a toss. Of course, there are no names in the diary. So he goes off to doubt every male in her life – including the elderly senior doctor Thilakan .
He becomes a victim to his drinking and dies of related illness. In the end, Bhadra sets out in search of Sastrigal to Madurai, where she discovers that Sastrigal also has lost much, but will she be able to come to terms with his biggest loss?
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For his exemplary writing in this movie, Yusufali Kechery won the National Film Award for Best Lyricist. Read More