Directed by M. Manikandan
Two slum kids yearn to taste a pizza after being enticed by the pizza shop that has opened near their locality. What happens when they mange to find the money to buy one?
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★★★★ review by Lagaan on Letterboxd
The movie has to be watched closely and is not your everyday indian masala movie to watch while you do your usual chores.Thought provoking film. Shows the stark reality of childhood of innocence,poverty & globalization.Outstanding flick.
★★★★½ review by BirdyTV on Letterboxd
This has to be one of my favourite movies so far. A deceptively simple plot that explores deeper social issues surrounding the main occurrence in the movie. The two child actors are brilliant with their emotions and expressions, subtle yet powerful.
★★★★ review by Sethumadhavan on Letterboxd
Easily one of the best films of 2015,Manikandan makes a confident debut with this film & both the kids rock. The supporting cast is wonderful as well.
★★★½ review by StevenRaj on Letterboxd
First of all, congratulate Dhanush the multi talented for the National awards.
This film earned 2 National awards for Best Children Film & Best Child Artist in 62nd National Film Awards.
This film is lively, real & authentic.
The kids gave their best with beautiful performance.
GVP songs & BGM gave the pleasant tone for the film's mood.
The guitar done a good finishing touch in the rolling end credits.
Dhanush deserves a pat on the back for come forward & produce a quality film like this. His noble thought been awarded with 2 National Awards. Another convincing product from Wunderbar.
★★★★★ review by REDRUMHAM on Letterboxd
Simple and elegant. Told through the eyes of two young children, this tale highlights the absurdities of social division and stratification in a modern day India. Significant for the same reasons we still enjoy To Kill a Mockingbird 56 years after its release.
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