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Shankar was not always a killer, he was a man struggling to meet the ends, so as to provide his child with a proper upbringing.

Mitta, the series is a take on the degrading values of the modern youth and their addiction to the vices that lets them forget the reality.
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Raja and Rajini, who set out on a mission to deliver eight letters to their recipients after 23 years, experience a variety of emotions.
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Raja's son, Rajini, plays a crucial role in delivering the notes to its rightful recipients.
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Prashanth Gunasekaram, the director, has kept the focus on a variety of emotions that keep the narrative interconnected.
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In all the issues and dilemmas, we as viewers, only get to see about Shankar from the perspective of a third person and not from his own perspective.
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Before watching the second part of the series that is out today, take a look at the first five episodes.
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The women in D7 are not mute about their needs and demands. they are quite verbal about it and they know what they want.
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Prashanth Gunasekar, the director of Postman, shared his experience of working on the series and explained what inspired the makers to produce it.
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In this web-post, we will take a look at the best scenes from the first five episodes of the series.
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