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Back to the past


The theme is novel. If writer-director Nanda Periyasamy's treatment is equally so, `Oru Kallooriyin Kadhai,' is bound to be sensational. So smitten with the storyline was Sonia Agarwal that her only query after she listened to it was, `How many days do you need from me?' Equally impressed with the story, Yuvan Shankar Raja has composed excellent music for 'Oru Kallooriyin ...' Arya is the hero in this story that goes back in time, to the college days of a group of men. Yet it will not be a tale told in flashback, neither will it be a case of de' ja` vu, a unit member informs.

MALATHI RANGARAJAN

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