Starring: Navdeep, Aparna, Vadivelu, Rishi
Nenjil Jil Jil is a 2006 film directed by Selva and produced by Manish Nair, Bhavani Kanagasapay under the banner Candy Films Ltd & Gatpaham Entertainment Ltd. Navdeep pairs up with Aparna. Vadivelu plays the comedian in the movie.
Starring: Vishal, Priyamani, Ashish Vidhyarthi, Urvashi
Director Boopathy Pandian has chosen to tread a safe path with a mass hero like Vishal by his side. His Malaikottai is a heady commercial cocktail of potboiler ingredients with stunts, comedy and romance at the right mix. Vishal flexes his muscles, tickles the funny bone and shakes his legs for a couple of romantic songs.
Starring: Madhavan, Bhavana, Prakash Raj, Vadivelu, Praveen Kumar, Tejashree
Aarya (2007) is a Tamil feature film directed by Love Today fame Balasekaran. The movie starred Madhavan, Bhavana, Prakash Raj, Vadivelu, Praveen Kumar, Tejashree and Devan in major roles. The film's music is composed by director, Mani Sharma. The film has opened to rave reviews.
Starring: Ajith, Trisha, Saranya, Raj Kiran, Vivek, Cochin Haneefa, Santhanam, Ajay Kumar
Kireedam will be Ajith summer releases which huge expectations. Directed by debutant AL Vijay, the film stars Ajith, Trisha, Vivek, Saranya, Cochin Haneefa and Raj Kiran in significant roles. Inspired by a blockbuster Malayalam film of the late 1980s starring Mohanlal of the same title, Kireedam is an action based family entertainer. It was also remade in Hindi by Priyadarshan as Gardish in 1993.
Starring: Nithin Sathya, Aravind Akash, Vijayalakshmi,Christina, Jai, Premji, Ajairaj, Vishal, Prasanna, Karthik, Ranjith, Ilavarasu, Sampath
Venkat Prabhu son of Gangai Amaran makes his debut as a director with the film, 'Chennai 600028'-enge area ulle varathe, a catch line that follows the title. And this catch line eggs the story ahead.
This film has been running to packed houses proving that for a film to be successful at the box office, all you need is a simple story that the audience can connect with. In a country obsessed with cricket, this story revolving around gully cricket is most welcome.
Set in Chennai's R.A.Puram, which got a pin code 600028, it talks about two cricket teams 'Sharks' and 'Rockers.' For the fourth consecutive year 'Sharks' lose to the ''Rockers.'
The Sharks team members include Karthik, the captain, Pazhani the key batsman, Arvind the wicket keeper and Seenu known more for his clumsiness on the ground.
The story picks steam when Raghu, a member of the Rocker team moves into their area due to family circumstances. The Sharks give him that look which seems to say, 'enge area ulle varathe'.
As the story unwinds, his friendship with Kalaiselvi, Pazhani's sister poses a threat to Karthik who is in love with Kalaiselvi. Karthik's love for Kalaiselvi sours his friendship with Pazhani.
Looming ahead is the Radio Mirchi Cup Finals. Will the Sharks lose again at the hands of the Rockers? As the day for the big match nears, the team is in a kind of disarray with Karthik and Pazhani not joining for practice. Does the team come together? What about Raghu and Kalaiselvi? Lending glamour to the story is Christina as Shwetha. Vijayalakshmi plays the role of Kalaiselvi.
A down to earth story that most youngsters will relate to and the fresh faces in the cast lends it credibility. Chennai 600028 may not be another 'Lagaan' or 'Iqbal' yet it succeeds for its simple story told sincerely.
It is difficult to single out any of the newcomers who were brilliant on screen. Mention must be made of Jai as Raghu, Siva of Radio Mirchi as Karthik and Premji as Seenu. Premji the director's younger brother kept the audience in chuckles with his spoof on 'Enna kodummai saar ithi (from the Rajnikanth starrer 'Chandramukhi'). And just when the ending looked so predictable, you are in for another surprise.
Watch Chennai 600028 with the family. It is youthful, fun and offers clean entertainment. This is Venkat Prabhu's first boundary or do we call it a sixer?
Starring: Dhanush, Meera Jasmine, Archana Nassar Santhanam LivingstonRiyaz Khan and others
Parattai Engira Azhagu Sundaram is a movie directed by Suresh Krishna and released in 2007. It stars Dhanush in the lead role and he is supported by Meera Jasmine and Archana. The music was rendered by Yuvan Shankar Raja. It is a remake of Kannada film, Jogi.
The movie revolved around a woman who comes to the city from her village in search of her presumably lost son.
Starring: Karan, Meenakshi, Comedian Vadivelu, Shakthi Kumar
After Kokki, Karan has returned to the screen with a sure hit script - Karuppasamy Kuthagatharar. Debutante director Moorthy has done a good job directing the film. He has made of the film a presented a spicy entertainer shot with the city of Madurai in the background. The story is simple but the director made it very interesting with his talented and wistful script!
Starring: Jeevan, Sneha, Malavika, Namitha, Keerthi Chawla and Jyothirmayi
Naan Avan Illai, directed by Selvah and starring Jeevan, Sneha, Malavika, Namitha, Keerthi Chawla and Jyothirmayi. The film has won positive reviews and good crowd turnouts in theatres.
Produced by Hitesh Jhabak, the film has music by Vijay Antony set to lyrics by Pa. Vijay and Palani Bharathi.