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Release Date: 2011-09-23

Genre: Drama, Romance

Rating: NR

Duration: 2hrs 30min

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Achutha Menon (Anupam Kher), a man in his late sixties arriving in the city to stay with his daughter-in-law and grand-daughter after suffering a heart attack. He was a football player who had got selected in the State team but could never play for the team. He molded his life and career to accommodate the romance in his life. One day Menon sees his former wife Grace (Jaya Prada) in the elevator and collapses. Grace, who is staying in the same building with her husband, daughter and son-in-law, arranges for him to be taken to the hospital and even pays the deposit for the emergency treatment. Slowly their relationship is revealed as she is very anxious about his condition. Grace's husband Mathews (Mohanlal) is a philosophy professor who has his own philosophy of life. He is now bedridden and requires his wife's help to accomplish the most basic day-to-day tasks. Their physical intimacy is an indication that they may have led a fulfilling life as a couple before the tragedy struck. The children start acting up as the old couple revive their acquaintance. In the later half of the film, even Mathews joins the former couple with Achuthan helping Grace in maneuvering her husband's wheelchair in rough terrains. So much so, they elope to a distant beach resort leading to the climax.

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