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Papanasam is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Jeethu Joseph, a remake of his 2013 Malayalam film Drishyam. 

The film is jointly produced by Suresh Balaje and Rajkumar Sethupathi. It stars Kamal Haasan and Gautami portraying the respective roles played by Mohanlal and Meena in the original.

The film tells the story of Suyambu, a middle-class cable TV operator, and his family. They come under suspicion when Varun, the son of the Inspector-general of police (IG), goes missing soon after sexually harassing Suyambu's elder daughter. 

The rest of the film reveals how Varun disappeared and what Suyambu does to keep his family from going to prison.

The production work of Papanasam was undertaken by Suresh Balaje and George Pious. Music for the film was composed by Ghibran. 

The cinematography was led by Sujith Vasudev and the editing by Ayoob Khan. Principal photography commenced on 25 August 2014 and lasted three months.

Movie Story :
Suyambulingam (Kamal Haasan) is an orphan who had dropped out of school after his 5th grade. 

Now he is a businessman running a cable TV service in Papanasam, a small town in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. 

He is married to Rani (Gautami) and they have two daughters, Selvi (Niveda Thomas) and Pulimeena aka Meena (Esther Anil). 

His only interest apart from his family is watching films. He spends most of his time in front of the TV in his small office.

During a nature camp, Selvi is photographed in the bathroom by a hidden cell phone. The culprit, Varun (Roshan Basheer), is the son of Inspector General Geetha Prabhakar (Asha Sarath). 

Varun is accidentally killed by Rani and Selvi when he comes to blackmail them. They hide his body in a compost pit, which is witnessed by Meena. 

Rani tells Suyambulingam about the incident and he devises a way to save his family from the law. 

He removes Varun's broken cell phone, places the SIM card on another mobile phone which he throws onto a lorry and disposes of Varun's yellow Maruti Zen car, which is seen by Constable Perumal (Kalabhavan Mani), who has a grudge against Suyambulingam. Suyambulingam takes his family out on a trip to Tenkasi to pray in a temple, watch a movie, stay in a hotel and eat at a restaurant. Geetha starts an investigation into her missing son.

After a preliminary investigation, Geetha calls Suyambulingam and his family for questioning. Suyambulingam, who had predicted that this would happen, had already taught his family how to change their alibi at the time of murder. 

When questioned individually, they give the same replies. Suyambulingam also presents the bill of the restaurant, the hotel bill, the movie ticket and the bus tickets as proof of their alibi. 

Geetha questions the owners of the establishments they have been to and their statements prove Suyambulingam's alibi. 

However, Geetha realises later that Suyambulingam had faked the evidence and established his alibi on the owners by going on a trip with his family to the same establishments later. 

Meanwhile, Suyambulingam tells his brother-in-law, Thangaraj (Abhishek Vinod) that if they are ever taken away by the police, he has to call the media and report their unlawful arrests.

Geetha arrests Suyambulingam and his family and Perumal uses brute force to beat the truth out of them. Eventually, Meena gives in and reveals the place where the body is buried. 

After digging the compost pit, they find the carcass of a wild boar, indicating that Suyambulingam had moved the body. 

Meena reports to the media and complains against Perumal. The constable is suspended and Geetha resigns from her post.

Later, Geetha and her husband Prabhakar (Anant Mahadevan) meet Suyambulingam to ask forgiveness for their rude and violent behaviour. Prabhakar asks Suyambulingam if he can tell them about their son. 

Suyambulingam then reveals indirectly that his family has committed a crime. Now in bail, Suyambulingam signs a register at the newly constructed local police station. 

As he leaves, a flashback shows him leaving the incomplete police station with a shovel in hand, indicating that he has hidden Varun's body in the foundations of the police station itself.

IMDB Rating:8.4/10
Directed:Jeethu Joseph
Released Date:3 July 2015
Types:Mystery, Thriller
Film Stars:Kamal Haasan, Gautami, Nivetha Thomas
Movie Quality:480p HDRip.avi
File Size:418.5 MB

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Papanasam full movie Review:

The Kamal Haasan we get to see in Papanasam, the Tamil remake of Malayalam blockbuster Drishyam, is the actor that made him a legend; an acting idol for many contemporary and upcoming actors.

Not the star he has grown into in recent years trying to don multiple hats to direct, write, sing, and produce all at once. 

And it had become a major concern not because Kamal is bad at these things, but mostly because it made the actor we all love overpowered by the star. 

So when Kamal, in Papanasam, showcases what he can do when he concentrates on only acting, plain acting, it's a treat to watch him on screen, even if it means for three long hours.

For those who've watched the original, its faithful remake Papanasam doesn't come as a surprise, yet Kamal's presence along with the flawless ensemble performance of the supporting cast makes it a riveting thriller.

Kamal plays Suyambulingam, a cable-TV operator and a cinematic fanatic, whose world revolves around his family; his wife and two daughters. 

If one of the joys of watching Papanasam is to see Kamal, for once, just act, the other is to see the ease with which he slips into the shoes of a villager. 

Because it's been a long time since he has played anything close to what we see of him in this film. 

And it's terrific to see Kamal play a role that doesn't require you to brush up your basics about bombs, chemistry, world economy, terrorism, chaos theory et al.

Papanasam is a thriller as much as it's a family drama. It's about two families and how difficult it is to raise children today. 

For instance, when Gautami eavesdrops on a conversation in which her daughter talks about being photographed by some kid in school, her instant reaction is funny, but totally understandable. 

There's also a wonderful stretch where Kamal feels bad for making his children do things they are not supposed to do and feels guilty about it, only to quickly realise anybody in his place would've reacted the same way.

In another beautiful scene towards the end, members of both the families meet and talk about their children. 

While one family admits to have not raised their child well, the other talks about how selfish they were to save theirs.

The film also focuses on so many other things like class divide, abuse of power, police brutality, and finally on the impact of cinema on our lives. 

In cinema, it's tough to differentiate between a truth and a lie because everything that's shown is mostly taken for granted. 

We get exactly that in Papanasam, in which Kamal is the creator, who makes everybody around him believe the lies he shows them.

The film also has a few lovely meta references like the onscreen romance between Kamal and Gautami, who are real life partners. Like Suyambulingam, Kamal too has two daughters and is an avid film lover.

Director Jeethu Joseph needs special mention for bringing back the Kamal we love watching onscreen and also for extracting stellar performances from other actors such as Ananth Mahadevan and Asha Sharath. Ananth's scene with Kamal in the end is one of the reasons why the film shouldn't be missed. Nivetha, who missed being part of the original, is terrific.

Papanasam is the best and the most faithful remake of the original. It shows what Kamal Haasan is capable of doing when he's at his best.