A friendship sturdier than family ties. The desperate yearning of a mother for a son she abandoned and the hurt longing of the son for a mother he never knew. Violence, gangsters, the notion of justice and always, the haunting question – what is right and what is wrong? Mani Ratnam's 1991 film Thalapathi has all this and more. Here's why it makes it to Anupama Chopra's series on '50 Films I Love'
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