In Oh My Dog, trouble maker Fernando (Vijay Rai) appears to be an unfortunate man’s form of Cruella de Vil, the notorious reprobate from 101 Dalmatians. He points out himself with his showy and blingy garments and arrangements in canines. Dissimilar to Cruella, he would rather not skin canines for their fur. All things being equal, he’s awful in his own particular manner. He disposes of a Siberian Husky doggy since it is conceived blind. “Kill it,” he tells his companions, who have been purposefully dressed to provide them with the presence of jokesters. Since they are imbeciles and really can’t ever figure things out, they wind up losing the canine
What’s more, the canine sends up in the lap of Arjun (Arnav), an exceptionally dynamic and boisterous school kid. Very much like that, the visually impaired doggy tracks down a home and family
Arjun’s dad Shankar (Arun Vijay) is reeling under obligation. The school educational expense has negatively affected the family’s monetary wellbeing. To place his child in a non-public school and give him the best instruction, he is compelled to contract his dad’s home. His dad, played by Vijayakumar, isn’t troubled, and make no confidential of his disdain for his child. Shankar’s better half is old school. She sticks to house errands and is satisfied with them.
Shankar needs to give Arjun all that he didn’t get from his own dad, which incorporates unqualified love and backing. That is the reason Shankar declines an extravagant proposal from Fernando to purchase Arjun’s pet, Simba, that has now developed into a sound canine. He puts his child’s enthusiasm and desire over all the other things.
Additionally, later we figure out Shankar has a thing against well off individuals who deal with creatures like a prize, rather than managing them with adoration and consideration. Yet, the truth of life isn’t generally helpful for living as per one’s great. Will guiltlessness beat mercilessness? Will ability beat qualification
Gracious My Dog isn’t just about a neglected little dog tracking down affection. It is about individuals who are thought of as frail going to bat for themselves and taking advantage of the enormous person. Chief Sarov Shanmugam doesn’t simply rely upon the Husky’s adorableness to enchant us and convey the film to the end line. There is a strong moral story to bring back home. While the film expects to speak to kids to be more smart and kind even towards the people who wish sick for them, it additionally has an example or two for the adults.