Interspersed with humour, this socially relevant saga the lessons in the life of Vijayan, the village schoolteacher. Believing his degree in economics to guarantee success in business, he runs around from scheme to scheme, tasting utter failure every step of the way.
While he roams in search of lucrative returns, taking long leaves of absence from work, his family – wife, Shyamala and two daughters – suffer in abject poverty. Will Vijayan ever recognise the error of his ways and return to his work and family?
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The title and plot of this film are inspired by 'Chinthavishtayaaya Sita', a celebrated work by Malayalam poet and social reformer Kumaran Asan. The poem describes the philosophic musings of Sita and her confrontation with her husband Rama, towards the end of the Ramayana epic. As in the poem, the film portrays the silent struggle, sacrifice, and finally the emancipation of the character Shyamala. Read More