What are your favorite movies and why?

  • My favourite movies and why are:

    Vikram Vedha (விக்ரம் வேதா)

    Cast: R. Madhavan, Vijay Sethupathi, Shraddha Srinath, Kathir, and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar.

    Directed by: Pushkar and Gayathri.

    Music by: Sam C.S.

    Release Date: 21st July, 2017.

    This movie is about a cat-and-mouse chase between a Police Officer named Vikram and a gangster named Vedha and how revelations by Vedha changes the complexion of the case forms the crux of the story.

    • It is a great thriller film.
    • Unique Plotline.
    • Music and BGM is masterclass.
    • Shows that no one is right and no one is wrong.

    Meesaya Murukku (மீசைய முறுக்கு)

    Cast: Hiphop Tamizha, Aathmika, RJ Vigneshkanth, Vivek, Ananth, and Sha Ra.

    Directed by: Hiphop Tamizha.

    Music by: Hiphop Tamizha.

    Release Date: 21st July, 2017.

    This movie is about a college student and his struggle of becoming a musician and also on verge of losing his love life.

    • Great Family Drama.
    • Music and BGM really good.
    • Inspirational for the youth.

    Oppam (ഒപ്പം)

    Cast: Mohanlal, Nedumudi Venu, Samuthirakani, Anusree, and Baby Meenakshi.

    Directed by: Priyadarshan.

    Music by: 4 Musics (Songs) and Ron Ethan Yohann (Background Score).

    Release Date: 8th September, 2016.

    This movie is about a blind-lift operator who gets accused when a lawyer in the apartment gets killed and how he proves himself innocent forms the crux of the story.

    • It is an edge-of-seat thriller.
    • Music is somewhat okay, but BGM is top class.
    • Mohanlal and Samuthirakani’s acting top class.

    Yennai Arindhaal (என்னை அறிந்தால்)

    Cast: Ajith Kumar, Arun Vijay, Trisha Krishnan, and Anushka Shetty.

    Director: Gautham Vasudev Menon.

    Music by: Harris Jayaraj.

    Release Date: 5th February, 2015.

    This film is about a police officer and the confrontation with a criminal whom he arrested years ago and the life evolving from that.

    • It is a cop thriller.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Ajith and Arun Vijay’s acting top class.

    Premam (പ്രേമം)

    Cast: Nivin Pauly, Anupama Parameswaran, Sai Pallavi, Shabareesh Varma, Krishna Shankar, and Madonna Sebastian.

    Director: Alphonse Putharen.

    Music by: Rajesh Murugesan.

    Release Date: 29th May, 2015.

    This film is about a guy named George David who passes through three phases of life and his confrontations with three different girls.

    • Plotline realistically well portrayed.
    • Music and BGM are top class.
    • Nivin Pauly’s acting very realistic and Sai Pallavi’s acting very great.

    Mersal (மெர்சல்)

    Cast: Vijay (3 roles), Nithya Menen, Samantha, Kajal Aggarwal, Vadivelu, and SJ Suryah.

    Director: Atlee.

    Music by: AR Rahman.

    Release Date: 18th October, 2017.

    This film is about a doctor who gets into trouble due to the killings done by a magician who is his twin.

    • Very Engaging Plot.
    • AR Rahman’s Music and BGM are top class.
    • Vijay and Nithya Menen’s acting are top class, but Samantha and Kajal Aggarwal unnecessary to the plot.

    Thozha (தோழா)/Oopiri (ఊపిరి)

    Cast: Karthi, Akkineni Nagarjuna, Tamannah, and Prakash Raj.

    Director: Vamsi Paidipally.

    Music by: Gopi Sunder.

    Release Date: 25th March, 2016.

    This film is about a petty thief who is released from jail on parole, gets a job as a caretaker of a quadriplegic businessman. How that bond comes out forms the crux of the story.

    • Teaches about friendship and bonding through a funny way.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Karthi and Nagarjuna’s acting top class.

    Kiccha (ಕಿಚ್ಚ)

    Cast: Sudeep, Shwetha, Sujatha, Sadhu Kokila, and Avinash.

    Director: P.A. Arun Prasad.

    Music by: Hamsalekha.

    Release Date: 11th April, 2003.

    This film is about a jobless who gets fed up by the politicians and decides to join politics. How he does in politics forms the crux of the story.

    • Politically a good one, but the plotline seemed to be weak.
    • Music is somewhat okay, but BGM is very good.
    • Kiccha Sudeep’s acting and Sadhu Kokila’s comedy are wonderful to watch.

    Kavan (கவண்)

    Cast: Vijay Sethupathi, Madonna Sebastian, T. Rajendar, Vikranth, and Akashdeep Saigal.

    Director: K.V. Anand.

    Music by: Hiphop Tamizha.

    Release Date: 31st March, 2017.

    This film is about a man who newly joins a TV Channel, only to find that their chief uses corrupt methods for TRP and Sensationalism. How he deals with the CEO forms the crux of the story.

    • Passes a social message in an adventurous way.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Vijay Sethupathi and T. Rajender’s acting top class.

    Ghilli (கில்லி)

    Cast: Vijay, Trisha, Prakash Raj, Ashish Vidyarthi, Janaki Sabesh, and Nancy Jennifer.

    Director: Dharani.

    Music by: Vidyasagar.

    Release Date: 17th April, 2004.

    This film is about a man who goes to Madurai for a Kabaddi Tournament and unexpectedly kidnaps a girl from a local don and how he handles the issue forms the crux of the story.

    • Family bonding is shown in a hilarious way.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Vijay and Prakash Raj’s acting top class.

    Parava (പറവ)

    Cast: Amal Shah, Govind V. Pai, Shane Nigam, and Dulquer Salman.

    Director: Soubin Shahir.

    Music by: Rex Vijayan.

    Release Date: 21st September, 2017.

    This film is about two teenage boys who compete in a pigeon race and how their flashback impacted them forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot well realistically portrayed.
    • No music, BGM is very good.
    • All the characters in the film played their role critically.

    Padmaavat (पदमावत/பத்மாவத்/పద్మావత్)

    Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and Ranveer Singh.

    Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

    Music by: Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Songs) and Sanchil Bulhara (Backgroud Music).

    Release Date: 25th January, 2018.

    This film is about Chittor’s King Ratan Singh and Queen Padmaavat where how Alauddin Khilji tries to capture Chittor and Padmaavat forms the crux of the story..

    • Plot well historically portrayed.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • All the characters in the film played their role critically.

    Mudhalvan (முதல்வன்)

    Cast: Arjun, Manisha Koirala, Raghuvaran, and Vadivelu.

    Director: Shankar.

    Music by: AR Rahman.

    Release Date: 7th November, 1999.

    This film is about a TV Reporter becoming a One-Day Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and what happens after that forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very engaging.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Arjun’s acting and Vadivelu’s comedy are top class.

    Nayak: The Real Hero (नायक: दी रियल हीरो)

    Cast: Anil Kapoor, Rani Mukherjee, Amrish Puri, and Johnny Lever.

    Director: Shankar.

    Music by: AR Rahman.

    Release Date: 7th September, 2001.

    This film is about a TV Reporter becoming a One-Day Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and what happens after that forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very engaging.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Anil Kapoor’s acting and Johnny Lever’s comedy are top class.

    Indian (இந்தியன்)

    Cast: Kamal Hassan, Manisha Koirala, and Nedumudi Venu.

    Director: Shankar.

    Music by: AR Rahman.

    Release Date: 9th May, 1996.

    This film is about an old man who kills corrupt officials and the cat-and-mouse chase between him and a police officer forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very thrilling and passes a great social message.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Kamal Hassan’s acting top class.

    Anniyan (அந்நியன்)

    Cast: Vikram, Sadha, Prakash Raj, Vivek, and Nedumudi Venu.

    Director: Shankar.

    Music by: Harris Jayaraj.

    Release Date: 17th June, 2005.

    This film is about a man who gets fed up with the society leads to split personality and how he copes up with it forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very thrilling and passes a great social message.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Vikram and Prakash Raj’s acting are top class.

    Velaikkaran (வேலைக்காரன்)

    Cast: Sivakarthikeyan, Fahadh Faasil, Nayanthara, RJ Balaji, Prakash Raj, and Vijay Vasanth.

    Director: Mohan Raja.

    Music by: Anirudh.

    Release Date: 22nd December, 2017.

    This film is about a man who joins a new company and finds all the ill-practises done by the workers, how he copes up with it forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very engaging and passes a great social message.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Sivakarthikeyan and Fahadh Faasil’s acting are top class.

    Thani Oruvan (தனி ஒருவன்)

    Cast: Jayam Ravi, Nayanthara, and Arvind Swamy.

    Director: Mohan Raja.

    Music by: Hiphop Tamizha.

    Release Date: 28th August, 2015.

    This film is about a police officer who finds out that all the crimes happening in the city are by one man and how he captures him forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very thrilling and passes a great social message.
    • Music and BGM are very good.
    • Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy’s acting are top class.

    Nimirndhu Nil (நிமிர்ந்து நில்)

    Cast: Jayam Ravi, Amala Paul, Gopinath, and Soori.

    Director: Samuthirakani.

    Music by: G.V. Prakash Kumar.

    Release Date: 8th March, 2014.

    This film is about a common man who gets fed up of the society and corruption and how he deals with it forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very engaging and passes a great social message, but preachy at some times.
    • Music is okay, but BGM is very good.
    • Jayam Ravi’s acting top class.

    Ivan Thanthiran (இவன் தந்திரன்)

    Cast: Gautham Karthik, RJ Balaji, Shraddha Srinath, and Super Subbarayan.

    Director: R. Kannan.

    Music by: S.S. Thaman.

    Release Date: 30th June, 2017.

    This film is about two engineering dropouts who expose the malpractises of an Education Minister and the aftermath forms the crux of the story.

    • Plot is very adventurous.
    • Music is okay, but BGM is very good.
    • Gautham Karthik’s acting and RJ Balaji’s comedy are top class.

    So yeah, these are my favourite movies and the reasons why I like them. I am sorry if my answer is long. Hope you all read and like my answer. Thank You!

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