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Bharya Athra Pora

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Family
Release Date:May 17, 2013
Running time:150 minutes
Cast:Jayaram, Gopika, Sai Kumar, Aju Varghese, Balachandran Chullikkad
Director:Akku Akbar
Producer:Anto Joseph
Writer:K Gireesh Kumar
Distributor:Malayalam Movies USA

Description: Satyanathen is a teacher at Vivekodayam school, Thrissur . His wife Priya is a bank employee and he has a fourteen year old son Bhaskaran. Satyanathan is an alcoholic. After school hours, he can be seen with his friends in the local bar or at thekkinkad maithanam where they play cards. He is dissatisfied with his life and wife. He befriends some young men of the new generation whose lifestyle tempts him to take up their style. The film follows the events that follow as a flashback from his son.

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