Lots of spoilers ahead….This is not just a review.
Thithi starts with an old man of a village incessantly yabbering at people who pass by. His talk is one that sounds like a sneering jibe, one that could have miffed the people he was talking at. But note how none of them seem to take offence at what he is saying, how they mind their work and move on. Unexpectedly to us, this central character, Chennaveeregowda, more popular as Century Gowda (he has lived a 100 years) dies. The plot further is about how the lives of his son, his grandson and great grandson move on in the subsequent 11 days of his funeral ceremony. Continue reading