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‘Ottamandaram’ from director Vinod Mankara is one women-centric film that but fails to make use of a plot that could have worked wonders. A tale that had all possibilities to emerge as a heart rending story, ‘Ottamandaram’ but opts for the alternate path and fails to create an impact. The original tale which the movie is based on is taken from a real story and narrates the travels of little girl from Andhra Pradesh who becomes a mother and a widow at a tender age. Here the script writer Ajay Muthana has shifted the space to a border village in Kerala , Chenchayam at Palakkad, where a 14 year old lively girl named Kala(bhama) is the centre of activity. Good at studies, she is living with her grandparents, elder sister Neela(sajitha Madathil) and a loving brother-in-law Bharathan(Nandhu), who considers her just like their own daughter. Neela and Bharathan who wish to have a child of their own is visiting every hospitals for the same. As Neela is found to be infertile, her husband takes a transformation into a drunkard and decides to marry someone else. Due to the situations of the family where there is no other earning member, Neela forces the little girl to become Bharathan’s second wife. What follows form the rest of the movie.
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