T. D. Dasan Std. VI B: story of a 12 year old boy’s desire to see his father

T. D. Dasan Std. VI B, beautifully written on the background of a Palakkadan hamlet, is telling the story of a kid whose immense desire to see his father who had left him alone soon after his birth. The boy was raised by his mother, who had not left even a single image of his father. Having disgraced by his classmates as “bastard” the boy’s childhood is in misery and isolation. One day he happened to see his father’s address in his mothers old trunk box. He realized that his father is living in Bangalore. He wrote a letter to his father by describing his stories. However, his father had left Bangalore some months back and that house has been occupied by another family consists of a advertising director and his daughter, who is a writer. The story is advancing by the communications between the 12 year boy, T.D. Dasan and the girl who writes letters to Dasan as his father. The film features Master Alexander, Biju Menon, Jagadish and Shweta Menon in the lead roles. Master Alexander won the Best Child Actor award in an online poll conducted by The Times of India. Even-though, the movie was failure in box-offices it acclaimed several international audiences. The movie was written and directed by Mohan Raghavan.




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