Pammal K Sambandham (2002)

 ●  Tamil ● 2 hrs 35 mins

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A bachelor and a movie stuntman, Tamilian Pammal K Sambandham, reprimands his brother, Anand, for hastily getting married to Malathi. He finds out that Malathi is being instigated by her single, male-hating friend, Janaki, who instructs her not to get intimate with Anand. Sambandham and Janaki play with Anand and Malathi's lives consistently, to prove a point about their individual opinions, against the institute of marriage. The story takes a hilarious turn and only get worse after Pammal falls in love with Janaki. Will Janaki, who not only dislikes him but also his profession, look beyond her assumptions and reciprocate his feelings?
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Cast: Kamal Haasan, Mirza Abbas Ali, Simran Bagga, Sneha Prasanna

Crew: Moulee TSBK (Director), Arthur A Wilson (Director of Photography), S Saravanan (Director of Photography), Devanesan Chokkalingam (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Romance

Release Dates: 14 Jan 2002 (India)

Tamil Name: பம்மல் கே சம்பந்தம்

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as Pammal Kalyana Sambandam
as Anand
as Janaki
as Malathi
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as Malathi's Brother
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Dolby Digital, DTS
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24 fps
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Movie Connection(s):
Dubbed into: Brahmachari (Telugu)
Remade as: Kambakkht Ishq (Hindi)
Kamal Haasan initially approached Moulee to make a film for his own production house, but efforts were unfruitful. Subsequently the film was started under P. L. Thenappan in August 2001 and the shoot was complete within three months.

The film's invitation card for the launch was shaped in the form of the alphabet "K", which formed a significant theme throughout the film.

Kamal Haasan's character was that of a stunt double under Vikram Dharma in the film and the stunt director of this film had used the air-ramp for the first time in a Tamil film.

The film was initially planned to be released coinciding with the Diwali season of 2001, but due to the delay of Kamal Haasan's other film, 'Aalavandhan', 'Pammal K Sambandham' was shifted to January 2002.

During the shoot, the significance use of the initial 'K' was hidden before Kamal Haasan revealed at a press conference that it stood for "Kalyanam" (Marriage), which the lead characters despised of.

This film was also dubbed into Telugu under the title 'Bramhachari'.
Filming Start Date:
01 Aug 2011