Synopsis: Karuppasamy, a 64-year old night watchman, lives with his sister Menmozhi and her sons Veera, Mani and Murugan, in a small town in Tamil Nadu. While returning early one morning, Karuppasamy is involved in a hit-and-run accident, and breaks his hip. His taciturn son Senthil decides to take him home to their remote ancestral village, saying that a traditional bone-setter will treat his father. Instead, 8 days later, Karuppasamy is dead.
At his funeral, Veera, who has just returned from Chennai, hears something from one of the mourners that makes his blood run cold. And the burning question that faces him is – how did Karuppasamy die?
Screening Date: 7-Sep-19
Screening Time: 11.30am
Venue: Golden Village (Suntec) 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-373 Suntec City Mall (East Wing, 038983)
Note: All ticket bookings will have free seating arrangement.
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R. Raju, Sugumar Shanmugam, SuPa Muthukumar
Raised between India, the US and Nigeria, Priya Krishnaswamy is a National Award-winning filmmaker from the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, where she specialized in film editing.
She has edited ‘Om Dar-b-Dar’, ‘Percy’, ‘Kaafila’, ‘Bombay Boys’, ‘Bhopal Express’, ‘Gangoobai’ and ‘Baaram’. ‘Baaram’ is her second feature film after 'Gangoobai'.