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Dhanush’s `3′ movie review: It’s neither joyous nor serious
The film 3 is the maiden directorial venture of Aishwarya, daughter of Tamil movie icon Rajinikanth. Interestingly the film about three stages in the protagonists’ lives begins with a funeral shot, but the identity of the dead person is not clear initially.
The following scenes gradually reveal that it is misery struck Janani’s (Shruti Haasan) husband Ram (Dhanush) who is dead. The stories continues with Janani’s memories opening up.Ram, a class 12th student, falls in love with Janani whom he meets on the road. Janani hails from a middle-class family and they are going through a financial crunch, while Ram is the son of a successful businessman.
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