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Conjoined twins Vimalan and Akhilan involve themselves in a series of deaths involving their father's company. However, the truths that they initially uncover lead to a bigger conspiracy, one that spans across the globe.
The story is simply about a doting wife who comes to know that her equally doting husband had a past, which involved a compelling romance. Kundavi (Jyothika) and her friends in a quaint village near Tenkasi decide that love marriage is the way to a happy and contended life. While her friends settle for rustic nobodies, Kundavi doesn't find her Mr Right in that village. So she is pushed into a normal marriage that she doesn't want. On the other hand, there is Gautham (Suriya) who is also strangely not keen in the marriage. But the invisible string of fate through the knot of marriage ties them together.Written by
'Asin (II)' was offered a role in this movie and she accepted the offer but later dropped out of the movie because she thought her role in the movie did not have much scope. Even after being offered three songs in the movie for her by the director himself, she declined. She was later replaced by Bhoomika Chawla whom immediately accepted the offer when she heard the script. See more »
Performed by Carolisa, Mohammed Aslam & Krishna
Composed by A.R. Rahman
Penned by Vaali See more »
In recent times, it has become stereotypical to present movies with violence and gore in the tamil cinemas. But Jillunu oru kaadhal stood out and lived to the hype, at least according to the box office. Rather being a regular love story, the script of Jillunu oru kaadhal moves in a different path. Surya is married to Jyothika and lives happily with his daughter. He is a mechanic for a major car company in mumbai. All goes well before Jyothika finds Surya's personal diary which reveals an entirely different version of him - his college days. The story moves back and forth from there on and keeps the audience enthralled in almost all the aspects, whether it be music, comedy, romance, anger, fight etc., The performances of all the artists were exemplary. Surya's presence, Jyothika's curiosity, Bhoomika's innocence, Vadivelu/Sandhanam's ultimate comedy sequences, ARR's music - all stays in heart forever. A soft love story shown in the best form possible in the tamil industry. In a gist, this is a Jill (Cool) time pass!
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