Hari the Hadron

Friday, June 17, 2005


Short stories is definitely not my strength. It belongs to Ammani, the queen story teller. I wanted to do something different and so what if it is not an original idea. Let me try and take a leaf out of Ammani and now Thennavan too. So here it goes :

A boy without a mother meets a girl without a father and they fall in love.
Boy takes girl to his father and tells,
“She is your would-be daughter-in-law, but treat her like your daughter”
Father immediately obliges by making the would-be mother-in-law, his wife.

What’s the moral of the story ..eh?


  • Hi Everybody. Please feel free to comment. I expect only criticism, still it will be a compliment.

    By Blogger hari, at 9:02 AM  

  • hari, K. Balachander used this same story in one of his movies (I forgot the name) :)

    By Blogger saranyan, at 10:34 AM  

  • Saranyan, vere onnum illai. Namma thalaivar pravesiththa mudhal padam and Kamal-Srividhya starrer. The father and the other girl roles were played by Major and Jaysudha. The film was called:

    Enna sollattumaa?

    Apoorva Raagangal :-)

    By Blogger thennavan, at 2:41 PM  

  • Hi Saranyan,

    You are right. I got this theme from the movie Vaanamae Ellai.

    By Blogger hari, at 6:02 PM  

  • Hi Thennavan,

    I have not seen Apoorva Ragangal. May be it has the same theme. But I got it from another Balachander film, "Vaanamae Ellai".

    In short both the films could have been finished in a few minutes but were dragged to 3+ hours. he he

    By Blogger hari, at 6:05 PM  

  • Hahaha! Good one, Hari! :)

    By Anonymous Ravi, at 9:15 PM  

  • Could it just be a misunderstanding? ;)

    By Anonymous shyam, at 3:16 PM  

  • In vaaname ellai ...I guess it was just a simple scene in one of those branch stories...the fuel to one of the suicide fires....! He takes a lil more than 10 mins to narate it! :)

    By Blogger Barath, at 5:30 PM  

  • Hari,
    Idu enna galatta :).

    By Blogger REFLEX, at 3:51 AM  

  • Nice story,Hari...
    Most good storytellers have not inherited a special gene; they've succeeded through persistence and practice..

    By Blogger Gangadhar, at 12:23 AM  

  • first i was confused....then ...i understood...mmm...storya???

    By Blogger sophie, at 4:39 AM  

  • enakku ammani anjali kadhaiya vida idhu pudichirukkey!!!

    Yuck..What a pervert Iam?

    Yeah.. But this is Balachander zone. Cant help but see the correlation

    By Blogger ioiio, at 9:19 PM  

  • Hahaha, nice one Hari. the moral of the story then is that the boy will soon be marrying his sister. Jeez, the world these days, i tell you! ;)

    By Anonymous Kaush, at 5:26 PM  

  • Hari!!!...
    Considering the world today, atleast we wont have a mamiyar- marumagal fight happenin.. so good deed :)


    By Blogger Anu, at 1:35 AM  

  • Was just abt to say Aboorva Ragangal & Vaanamae Ellai only to find that everyone has done the same.. :)

    Next story pls, Hari.

    By Blogger Chakra Sampath, at 7:08 AM  

  • haha... pretty good. Einstein would be proud.. theory of relativity explained in justa few words...

    By Blogger Escape.... Great Escape, at 8:07 AM  

  • LOL! That sure was funny!

    Nicely concieved and written !

    By Anonymous Alex, at 2:42 AM  

  • Very difficult. You tell me in the next post. :-)

    By Anonymous Alka, at 1:23 AM  

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