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Madam, why are
you standing here? That too all alone No one comes near this cell
They say it is haunted Haunted? It’s an old story of
nearly 17 years back A Tahsildar accused in
a corruption was punished… …and was put in this very cell A hapless and innocent man
who had done no wrong Someone had framed him and
the supreme court punished him Poor chap, he died by actually
bashing his head inside this cell I later heard
it was heart attack I forget…what was his name? – Zachariah Mathew Mammen
– What?! How do you know? – He was my dad
– Eh?! I chose this career for my dad
who died without getting justice The path of my honest papa
Zachariah Mathew Mammen Poor chap, he sleeps
hugging his son’s shirt I allowed it only because
it was a kid’s dress Even if the law forbids
aren’t we all human? Very true, madam Bhavayami? Bhava? The kid is crying
aren’t you hearing it? Bhava? Aiyo! I had met her just
the previous evening Asked her not to think
of unwanted deeds too But…he is the sole
cause for all this That devil, Sanjay The night she died… …there are people who’ve
seen him leave her house But no one will say so
Everyone is scared of him Where is my son? He’s in my house You know my wife
Pavizham’s nature She and I will
take good care If you ever find it
impossible to look after him You should let me know – But please, don’t sell him off
– Never! Varadan? You have a visitor It’s unbearable, bro Duplicate tears, dude You’re like a big
lion inside a cage I am going to Madurai But before that I felt like
seeing you, one last time Varada, you always got everything
even from when we were kids Adi Kesavan gave
a job only to you Bhavayami gave
love only to you Both of which I had
wanted for myself Just for expressing
a small desire… …you beat me up like
you would a diseased dog You spat on my face The wounds on
my body healed But…my mind
still bleeds, bro By the way, your DFO sir
was done away by me What the dad deserved
I gave to the son Now about your kid, the old
Mayandikuppam is still there I will sell him
for any sum I get Enough, bro? When the blade pierces and
twists within your breast… …I want to see this
same smile on your face! I must see! You will not be able
to do any darn thing You will only continue
to live here till you die I am great, dude
Great! See you, bro! Varada Come – What is it sir?
– Come, madam is calling you Armugam had called Your kid is a little ill, I believe – What is wrong, madam?
– Nothing to worry about A slight fever I think Anyway, let’s go see him – Kurup’eatta is the vehicle ready?
– Ready, madam Madam please
stop a minute – What is it, Varada?
– Can you give me Rs 100? Why do you
want Rs 100 now? I want to buy
something for my son Kurup’eatta – Sir, buy something really good
– Okay – Do you have biscuits?
– Yes – Take 2 packets, how much?
– Rs 30 Varada “The little green sapling
that I tenderly cared for” “The noose of God of Death
has settled on him in claim” “The little green sapling
that I tenderly cared for” “The little green sapling
that I tenderly cared for” “The noose of God of Death
has settled on him in claim” “The little green sapling
that I tenderly cared for” “The noose of God of Death
has settled on him in claim” The kid had fever since
the last 2 days, sir Last night it became worse He was crying out for
his dad the whole night By the time I got a vehicle
to take him to hospital “The little green sapling
that I tenderly cared for” “The noose of God of Death
has settled on him in claim” Let’s go, madam! Oh! My dear son! My friend who’d been dearer
to me than life, destroyed me I am going in search of him 3 days parole
and if I get him He should be killed! Where could he be?
This Sanjay? There is just the tip
of a knife between us He is here
In this bus Sanjay, my prey!

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