The movie has Sharankumar, Narayan, Vimal, Mishal, Jai Quehaeni in the main cast with direction by S.Sathiyamoorthy.
The movie has Sharankumar, Narayan, Vimal, Mishal, Jai Quehaeni in the main cast with direction by S.Sathiyamoorthy. less
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Charles Shafeeq Karthiga has been given the abbreviation CSK simply to mislead those people still stuck in IPL season mode. The movie starts well, but fucks it up with all the incestuous everything-is-connected plotline. The whole movie runs on the audience sympathizing with the title characters. The heartbroken guy who won't take no for an answer; the poor chap who gets involved with gangsters; the innocent girl who is quits her job because she wants to get rid of her ex-boyfriend who waits outside the office because he doesn't believe in breaking up.
Charles is in love with Karthiga. He takes her to meet his mother, no doubt, at the church. His mother believes that Karthiga's marriage to Charles will end up with him converting to a Hindu. Instead of standing up for herself, Karthiga does a bobble-head impression and calls it quits with Charles. Meanwhile, Shafeeq finds Karthiga (a family friend) in a bus to Chennai and her a makeup box full of diamonds, in an attempt to evade cops. The unsuspecting Karthiga never once opens the box to check its contents, until Shafeeq begins to nag her about whether or not it is safe. She decides to finally check exactly what is so special about the box. She discovers the diamonds and suddenly feels an overpowering urge to go to the bathroom. Once there, she places the box over a cabinet that is too tall for her to reach. In an effort to reach for it, she stands on the rims of the western closet in the bathroom - because she is too smart to close the lid first. As a result, she slips and sends the box of diamonds flying into the commode, landing on her head in the process. If only this film had ended there. But, you can't have everything you wish for.
But, if you can endure all of that, by the end credits, you will have watched a pretty very okay movie.