Genre: Sentimental bondage * affected feeling, emotion and the drama express the importance of a relationship.
Synopsis: The trio artists Prakash Raj, Samuthirakani and Vikram Prabhu have been shining on the screen with their own styled of performances, the film was written and directed by Radha Mohan. The mainstay of the movie is Maestro Ilaiyaraaja, the way he had composed the songs were dragged out the audience with his music.
The story feeds with a message, in the busy lifespan, the young generation missed out of taking care of their parents and the aged people needs support from their children. The flick was produced by Kalaipuli S Thanu under the V Creations banner.
Story: A Kannada flick of “Godhi Banna Sadharana” which was screened in the year 2016, the director Radha Mohan has given the film in the title of “60 Vayadu Maaniram”. The generation gap, which gets lacking in the relationship,
Sixty years old man Prakash Raj affected by short-term memory loss disease from this the old man forgets the recent events. In this scenario, 60 years Govindarajan admitted and given a special treatment for his disease. At a point, Shiva Vikram Prabhu, who comes from Mumbai and steps in the Chennai to visit his father.
Both of them are going for an outing, in a situation Govindarajan missing in a place. As a stage, Shiva and a doctor Indhuja both were started to search for him. A rowdy Ranga Samuthirakani, does everything for his boss. By this circumstance, Govindarajan stuck with Ranga’s custody. By all love some sequels the picture protruded on screen for the audience.
As the director want to hold his level, he had gone to the successful Kannada movie, as usual ample of emotional screenplay have seen by the Tamil audience with more sentiments, by his direction “Abhiyum Naanum” bondage between a daughter and father, now with a son and father.
Verdict: Family package.
Directed by * Radha Mohan
Produced by * Kalaipuli S. Thanu
Music by * Ilaiyaraaja
Cinematography * Vivek Anand
Edited by * T.S Jai
Production Company * V Creations
by Deepa Vijendra Rao