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Crime | Drama
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Tamil 2.0  
Run Time:
123 min
IMDB Rating:
6.8 / 10 
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Directors: JJ Fredrick [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Ponmagal Vandhal, is a Murder Mystery Courtroom Drama set in Ooty, 2020. Venba (Jyotika), a determined lawyer, reopens the case of a serial killer Jothi, after 15 Years. This is Venba's journey against child abuse and her quest for justice.


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Best debut film for the director

So overwhelmed to be connected with this film. ponmagal vandhal is definitely a worth watch for its brilliant screenplay and the story. it teared us up. Very nicely and precisely framed. such a great film to the industry.

Nice movie

Nice movie with a good message and content. Technical areas were handled well including the choreography sound department and colour grading.The twists were also good but a serious negative is the question whether the court will stand with emotions or evidences.I think our court system is completely based upon evidences and wont stand with personal or social emotions.Villain was also too weak and the initial build up given to him was completely spoiled at the climax as he is not able to do anything to resist the heroine's show at the court.Casting was perfect and Jyothika was really brilliant and was able to convey the emotions of women beautifully

Wonderful Movie From a Debutant

Every one should watch this movie, more than a movie this film carries so many naked truths.
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