Punnagai

Punnagai

Punnagai means Smile. Smile which has many emotions and represents many gestures and expressions of life. Punnagai is a story of five friends Satya(Gemini Ganesan), Rajan(Muthuraman), Haniff who studied in the same college, while graduating they took an oath in front of Gandhi's statue saying they will always stand with truth. But later they got split as Haniff dies in a car accident and each of them got settled in their profession where they have to cheat their profession and principles. The story begins with three different stories (plots) where as the one friend (Nagesh)out of four explains the story. Will they follow Gandhi's principles ?

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Kate F (ru) wrote: AMAZING! Brilliant one of the best DVD's EVER!

Kelly H (gb) wrote: Just watched it last night.

WS W (it) wrote: Quite amusing; but from the cast to the narrative, it very much looks like a TV sitcom rather than a comedy feature .

Derek B (br) wrote: I like this one; it's a romantic comedy that entertains instead of just rapid-firing as many cheesy one-liners as possible. Farris plays a wonderful psychopath, and Smart is great too. Reynolds, as always, is funny and dry-humored. This movie does what it's intent is-entertain. Enjoy the schtick and laugh.

Luis H (de) wrote: Although the lack of originality, it's still fun for kids and a few adults

Gabriel Z (au) wrote: this is exactly as good a you would expect, which hopefully is not much.

a t (ru) wrote: sweet and touching. russel crowe is particularly gorgeous in this.

Felicia K (nl) wrote: An Excellent movie about brothers really coming together.

Steve A (us) wrote: "it's never too late for a good story, well written" - this line is uttered by a character late in the piece and it seems to sum up the whole film. This is a ripping end-of-days yarn way ahead of its time told from the newsroom perspective in quintisential stiff-upper-lip British style. The script is near perfect, with a cast of solid British stalwarts giving everything to the material. Controlled, considered camerawork so perfect as to be almost indetecable. A true classic and a masterpiece of modern cinema.

Deke P (gb) wrote: A little too 'over the top'-hat for me.