Their presence definitely gives hope that Tamil cinema is headed for a great future. Mayakkam Enna is an experience that will not leave you for a long time. Srinivasan, , Produced by Lathika Films N. The following is a list of films produced in the in that released in 2011. The screenplay of the film that intertwines the lives of four people involved in an accident is one of the best this year. Image: A scene from Mayakkam Enna Director: M Saravanan Cast: Sharwanand, Jai, Anjali and Ananya Conveying a subtle message through a shocking incident without making it stick out, that is the most interesting aspect of M Saravanan's debut film. Interestingly, those who are behind some of the best films of 2011 are all young and raring to go.
Selvakumar , Yuvaraaj, , Sowganthi Produced by Kovai Film City Veera Pandian Sathish, Vimal Natarajan, , Supraja, Produced by Lakshika Films , , , , , Produced by Pandiyanadu Theatres 25 , T. Image: A scene from Azhagarsamiyin Kuthirai. Archived from on 25 September 2011. Though the story goes back and forth and from one couple to another, plus a bus journey, it never for a moment loses the viewer's attention. This gangster film is one of the most daring films made in Tamil, perhaps in India too. Like Mayakkam Enna, this is Dhanush's film all the way.
Sivaraman Sivan, Sharmila, Nivedhita Produced by Foot Steps Production 28 , Produced by Passion Movie Makers Selvam, Tharuna Siva Jothi Films Banner Nandha, , Produced by 8 Point Entertainment F E B 4 , , Produced by Gaurav , , , Nishanth, Gaurav Produced by 11 P. Indrajith, , Sangamithra 25 , , , Produced by 26 , , , - Produced by N O V 11 Sampoornam Mahesh, Anusha Produced by Sri Ashtalakshmi Films V. Archived from on 31 August 2011. It has stunning visuals and outstanding performances by last year's National Award winner Dhanush, ably supported by Richa. Madhavan Ramesh Ram, Dharsha, Natassha, E. This is one film that broke all rules.
Suresh , Produced by Sherali Films , , , Produced by Dwaraka Movies J U N E 3 Dhurva, , Produced by Redhead Entertainment A. Raghuraj Gautham, , Produced by Chartered Arts Charles , , Produced by Illusionz Infinite A. One could say that 2011 was one of the best years for Tamil cinema. Selvaraj, , Anandraj, Dhaamu M. Film: Mayakkam Enna Director: Selvaraghavan Cast: Dhanush, Richa Gangopadhyay Mayakkam Enna is a brilliantly made multi-layered film directed by one of the brightest young film-makers in Tamil.
Quite a few films impressed both critics and audiences alike. But it is the screenplay and characterisation that stand out in this film. Post-amendment, Gross jumped to 130 per cent of Nett for films with non-Tamil titles and U certificates as well. Image: Movie poster of Aaranya Kaandam Director: Suseendran Cast: Appukutty, Saranya Mohan Suseendran stole the hearts of film lovers with his finely crafted Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu. With Azhagarsamiyin Kuthirai, he reaffirmed the fact that he is a brilliant film maker. Equally important is Vetrimaran's taut and lively screenplay and deft direction.
Raju Giri, , , K. Kennedy, Suresh Guru, Jyothi Raj, Produced by Anjana Cinemas Thilakar Chandru, Vinith, Sushma, Priyashri, Jeeva Produced by Nila Films 27 L. . Chakravarthy, , , Produced by Imagine Creations, Re-release A P R 1 Appavi R. Director Selvaraghavan has been able to take the audience deep into the soul of the characters and that is the highlight of this wonderfully crafted film. Here is our pick of the best five Tamil films made this year.
Kudos to the director for writing such a screenplay and making such an exciting film. Image: A scene from Aadukalam Director: Thiagarajan Kumararaja Cast: Jackie Shroff, Ravi Krishna, Sampath Aaranya Kaandam produced by S P B Charan and directed by newcomer Thiagarajan Kumararaja was in the news, first for getting the Grand Jury award at the South Asian Film Festival in New York, and later, for the 52 cuts demanded by the Indian Censor Board. Its characters are real, the dialogues, though shocking, are true to life and the direction is daring. How many would have the courage to make a film with an unconventional hero and a horse? Preceded by 2011 Succeeded by. Suseendran did just that -- and pulled it off! Wikipedia list article Prior to the amendment of Tamil Nadu Entertainments Tax Act 1939 on 27 September 2011, Gross was 115 per cent of Nett for films with non-Tamil titles.
Image: A scene from Engeyum Eppothum Director: Vetrimaran Cast: Dhanush, Tapsee Aadukalam won Vetrimaran the 2010 National Award for best director and best screenplay and won Dhanush the best actor award even though it released on January 14, 2011. Charan had to take the film to the Central Tribunal in Delhi. Tamil cinema is passing through one of its best phases with many more good films, actors and film makers surfacing in recent years. . . . .
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