Mirukam

Mirukam

DVD - 2008 | Tamil
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(Film 2) Maayi is the well-respected, do-gooder in the village. He sees women in the village as his sisters and even conducts their marriages. He is a man who is ready to kill his father when he learns that he had a second wife. But the father opts to kill himself rather than face his son and so, Maayi brings his stepsister Lakshmi to live with him. When the local MLA comes to him for support, he refuses and the MLA loses the election. His son, who admires Maayi, marries Lakshmi. Meanwhile, Bhuvaneswari comes to the village and wishes to marry him. Revealing his sad past, Maayi tells her why he can never think of marrying any woman. Later, Meena is forced to married another guy, but during the marriage the guy's family misunderstood that Meena and Sarthkumar are lovers and stopped the marriage. In the end, Sarathkumar marries Meena.
(Film 1) It narrates the care free and ruthless conduction of the protagonist, who behaves more or less like as an animal, does whatever he wants and is a terror to the whole village. He sleeps with sex workers and rapes housewives. He beats up anybody including his mother who rubs him on the wrong side. His brutal journey takes a turn when he meets Alagamma, a tomboyish girl. Her beauty strikes him and he manages to marry her just to have sex with her. The girl revolts against his brutality but soon changes her mind after knowing his pathetic background. She then tries to put him on the right path by her love and affection but it's too late. Ayyanar's past starts to haunt him mercilessly. He is ostracized by the villagers and is dying of AIDS. Alagamma then becomes his only solace until his death.

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