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Top 10 Tamil Films That Taught Us The Language Of Love

Top 10 Tamil Films That Taught Us The Language Of Love Tamil Article

When coming to the genre of romance, the Kollywood industry has been delivering superhits for decades now. Various superstars have been on the list who have been a part of this genre. Let us take a glance at some of the best romantic blockbusters that struck a chord with the audience.

1. Raja Rani

Three different love stories were condensed into one movie. Nearly as much screen time is devoted to the two side love tales shown in flashbacks as to the central romance between John (Arya) and Regina (Nayanthara). Despite having a humorous beginning, it is the most mature love tale of the three. The most amusing and engaging of the three subplots is the one with Regina and Surya (Jai). John's first love serves almost solely as a side plot to demonstrate that he, too, has experienced failed love. Although this love story is more about sparkle and glamour than about conveying a tale, it does have one.

2. Rhythm

It is considered one of the most mature love stories in the industry. In Mumbai, an urban city, Arjun and Meena portray middle-aged friends who are well-educated. Despite having feelings for one another, they never once attempt to date. Why? Because they were previously married to someone who perished in the same incident years earlier. Even in contemporary Mumbai, social stigma keeps them apart because being together may be seen as betraying the memories of their deceased partners. You'll be shocked to learn that older individuals are the ones who support their relationship, almost as if they realize that such norms no longer apply to a couple that is deeply in love.

3. Kadhal

The critics say anyone's love life could end like this. Sandhya's character, a youthful and unassuming schoolgirl, falls for Bharath's portrayal of a lowly mechanic. They must abscond due to resistance from their families and, of course, hormones. Their ability to live together while yet being too young to raise a family eventually puts their love for one another to the test. The girl's family hasn't given up on them, though. They locate the young couple and force the girl to wed a better match in order to preserve their family name. She still has to love him even after getting married to another man and having that guy's child, putting their relationship to the test once more.

4. Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa

Yes, the Oscar-winning music and background score by AR Rahman will help you remember this film. But with Gautham Menon as the director, this movie was the same as any other corny Tamil romance movie. Despite their families' objections, a Tamil lad secretly dates a Malayali girl who is older than him. When she is forced to marry another person, he is compelled to go for employment. This narrative also features a Hindu lad falling in love with a Christian girl, like Minnale and Kushi, but this story is about so much more than just religion. With a lot of help from Rahman, of course, Gautham Menon infuses such new poetic beauty into each and every sentence and scene in this movie.

5. 3

Aishwarya R. Dhanush's directorial debut, 3, is a Kollywood romance thriller starring Dhanush and Shruti Hassan—the song "Why This Kolaveri Di"'s viral marketing has dramatically increased interest in the movie. In the film, love is shown in three different stages of life: teen love, which is entirely enjoyable and entertaining; college love, which is practical and realistic; and married couple love. A delightfully innovative effort in Kollywood is 3. It is a film that will be remembered for a very long time because of its outstanding performances, powerful narrative, innovative director, and catchy musical compositions.

6. 7G Rainbow Colony

Selvaraghavan's love drama 7G Rainbow Colony, with debutants Ravi Krishna and Sonia Agarwal in the key parts, was released in Kollywood back in 2004. The plot of the movie is a touching love story between a cultured and civilized girl and a good-for-nothing youth who burdens his family. Debutant Ravi Krishna handles his character with great composure and maturity, and he perfectly captures the image of the lad next door. For his outstanding performance, he also received the Filmfare Best Male Debut (South) award. The audience may not, however, be prepared for the outcome of the story.

7. Alaipayuthey

This love drama plays in a class by itself. It shows us how love may exist even after marriage and does more than examine how it develops. The plot revolves around the tantrums of the families of the hero and heroine regarding their love, but it indeed portrays the concept of love beautifully. Apart from his mafia movies and movies about serious issues like wars and racial unrest, this movie served as a reminder to audiences that Mani Ratnam could also make love stories. The character growth of both Madhavan and Shalini is given equal weight in this movie, in contrast to other hero-centered love romances.

8. Minnale

Madhavan, Reema Sen, and Abbas feature in Gautham Menon's debut Tamil love drama, Minnale. Nagesh and Vivek, two actors, play important parts as well. The movie's plot centers on a girl who is engaged and a man who manages to win her heart, forcing her to choose between the two. The film's distinctiveness and the aspect of impersonation, despite having a very conventional plotline, are what distinguish it from other movies. The film's music is fantastic and new because Harris Jeyaraj, the music director, made his debut with the huge millennium hit. Later, Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, a Hindi remake, was released.

9. Paruthiveeran

This is another Tamil romantic hit that’s also a multi-starrer, including debutant Karthi and Priyamani in the lead role and Ponvanan, Saravanan, and others in supporting roles. Directed by Ameer Sultan, the plot revolves around how Muthazhagu (Priyamani) falls in love with Paruthiveeran (Karthi) after he saves her once from drowning. There is also a dominant caste factor that sails throughout the film. It is, again, one of those films which does not offer the audience a very flowery ending.

10. Madrasapattinam

A.L Vijay, directed and starring Amy Jackson and Arya in the lead roles, this film takes us back to the era of struggle for independence. Amy Jackson, who plays the wife of an English governor in the movie, is shown to fall in love with a wrestler, Arya. Even when the two of them try to elope for the sake of love, they get caught, and their plan fails miserably.

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