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Raghu meets Malavika in New Zealand. While on a road trip to Christchurch, they get close. Upon arriving they don't reveal their feelings for each other. Will they ever meet again? Will they express their feelings?
Shakti (Madhavan) is a young man from a village, with no job but much ambition and dreams. As he sees his life pass him by, stuck in a rut in his hometown, he decides that he will try his ... See full summary »
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Raja is the son of the very strict and disciplinarian Colonel Chandrashekhar. Raja's marriage is fixed with Indu (Rambha), the daughter of Chandrashekar's friend, Viswanathan. However, when... See full summary »
The story starts in the 9th century. The King Raja Raja Chola presents his valuable sword to his soldier for playing a vital role in winning a war. It was preserved by his family ... See full summary »
Kuselan (Vijayakumar) and Suseela (Manjula) have 9 children: 3 boys (Sathyaraj, Prabhu Ganesan and Abbas) and 6 girls (Rambha, Roja, Kasthuri, Maheswari, Preetha Vijaykumar and Suvalakshmi)... See full summary »
Watch the full movie, Azhaagana Naakal, only on Eros Now. Azhaagana Naatkal is a 2001 Indian Tamil film, directed by Sundar C and produced by S. D. Selvan. The film stars Karthik, Rambha, ... See full summary »
A comatose matriarch (Manorama) shockingly awakes from her near-death state when caretakers mention the impending return of her long-lost grandson. In a medical miracle of Tamil film proportions, she is back full form, and sends her crony (Goundamani) to fetch the grandson. The grandson (Ranjit) turns out to be a creep, so the crony comes up with a quick plan to appoint a temple architect Kannan (Karthik) as an interim grandson for the unsuspecting matriach. Kannan agrees, and eventually takes his role a bit too seriously. Divya Unni as Kannan's poor lover and Manthara as the grandma-chosen bride add a creamy love triangle to top up the potboiler.Written by
Karthik is the back bone of this movie . He dances, acts and emotes well. He was on top till 2000s . Wish he had continued further .
Manthara is pretty and cute . She suits the rich girl's role to the T with her silks and jewels . Divya Unni hardly has anything to do except look cute and lost . Manorama , the matriarch of a big rich family is depressed thinking of her family and village prestige which is threatened by Radha Ravi ( a rival land lord ). When she is unwell, the news comes that her grand son is returning back from US . Karthik meanwhile is from the near by village and is in the process of building a temple . His funds are drying up and he is in deep trouble.
Manorama sends Goundarmani and Senthil to get her grand son from the city . When Goundarmani realises that the grandson is quitely planning to sell the entire village property to build a casino in US ,he kills him inadvertently .
He trains Karthik ( who had accompanied him to the city ) to pose as he grand son for a few days till she gets well.
Karthik reluctantly agrees as he can get some funding for his temple this way . Now starts the comedy of errors .
Karthik is slowly drawn in by affectionate Manorama .Her other grand daughter Manthara slowly starts liking him thanx to some misunderstandings . He meanwhile desires Divya Unni who he had met when he was building the temple .
A lot of twists, turnings, confusions later , all becomes well.
The movie has nice duets in nice locales . I always found Senthil and Goundarmani comedy a bit loud and crass .
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