disabilities don’t make a person
any different from other normal individuals.
That is what Maa attempts to say. And
it is done through a story of love. A
young woman falls in love with a man.
But, she is not aware that her love interest
is physically challenged. Would she have
loved him in spite of this disability?
Anyhow, there comes a time when she has
to face the fact. And, she is not able
to accept it, blaming him for hiding things
from her. But, to cheat her, hiding the
truth about himself was not what he wanted
to do as there were many instances when
he tries to tell her about his disability.
But, she always brushes aside anything
that he wants to tell her until it becomes
So, does the love stand or does the disability
come in the way? At first, she finds it
tough to come to terms with the facts.
But, then she realizes that a physical
impairment is just a peripheral part of
life, never to come in the way of love
or anything else in life for that matter.
She decides that her love is above such
issues. She tells him the same, but he
reacts in an unexpected way. How does
she respond to it with her life?