Original name: Kaadhal Enbadhu Podhu Udamai
English name: Love is for All
Run time: 108 Min
Type (Colour/ Black & white): Colour
Director: Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan
Producer: Jomon Jacob
Cast: Lijomol Jose, Rohini Molleti, Vineeth Radhakrishnan, Kalesh Ramanand, Deepa
Screenplay: Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan
Cinematographer: Sree Saravanan
Editor: Dani Charles
Sound Designer: Rajesh Saseendran
Music Composer: Kannan Narayanan Production Company: Mankind Cinemas
World Sales: Mankind Cinemas
Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan is an Indian film director and actor, who has worked in Tamil and Malayalam language films. He rose to fame through the thriller drama Lens (2016), which won him the coveted Gollapudi Srinivas National Award for best debut director. He Later made The Mosquito Philosophy (2019) shot mumblecore style without any written scrip or dialogues. His most recent film is the critically acclaimed Thalaikoothal (2023) streaming on Netflix.
Lakshmi is excited to know that her daughter, Sam is in love. But when Sam seems hesitant to talk more about it, she asks Sam’s to bring her lover home for Lunch. A handsome young man, Ravindra accompanied by a traditionally dressed girl, Nandini show up for lunch. Lunch is served and Sam confesses her love for Nandini. All hell breaks loose. Lakshmi throws Nandini out of her house. She calls her estranged husband Pandian home. Sam is heartbroken as Nandini and Ravindra leave. Later, Nandini and Ravindra return. Pandian comes to the scene. Conversations turn nasty, revealing deep schism, and relationships align and deviate in unexpected ways. The dramatic climax brings to the fore many social, ethical and legal questions about same-sex relationships. The story is seen from multiple perspectives, including that of maid Mary who tries to make sense of new ideas of love and sex.