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Thursday, July 21, 2005

Sirandha 100 padangkaL......

(Beware of the length of this post. It is Injurious to your golden time. Suggest, you use the weekend productively[!!] here)

When Time magazine announced the all-time best 100 movies couple of weeks ago, the Indian web-portals and the Desi bloggers started discussing about the best 10 of Indian movies. This boiled down to 10 best tamil movies as well, thru the tagging phenomena.

But everybody knew 10 is such a small number, that you cannot squeeze all your great movies within that. After all, tamil movie industry is existing for the last (nearly) 7 decades. So, when our Vatsan initiated the idea of collating the info on the best 100 tamil movies, I agreed. After our mutual exchange of mails, I arrived at a list. Rather than saying best 100 tamil, I can call them 100 milestone movies in tamil filmdom.

@ To make it convenient for you, I have already selected the best 85, what I perceive as the best. (Your opinion still counts)

@ To select the balance 15, I am leaving you a choice of 30 movies, from where you can select and fill in the gap.

@ If you feel, some of your interesting movies are missing in these lists.. Don't worry. I have given you another list of 125 movies at the end of this post...as a LINK. If in your opinion, I missed some other good movies, pl. mention it. It might have been accidental omission.

(don't be scared about the length of this post.. you have one more week to comment. Pl. make use of it)

What you need to do, is this ---

Just review the 85. If you want to delete some, pl.suggest with a replacement.

Add in 15 more. With this you agree with your best 100.

Based on your view, we can consolidate -- once I am back from my hibernation(!!).

For convenience sake, I have classified the tamil movie era into three. (if there are few errors in the classification, pl. bear with it)

Before 1970s - Between 1970-1990 - After 1990

Here comes the first 85.....

Before 1970s (25)

MEERA - The Old classic of MS.Subbulakshmi

CHANDRALEKHA - The Grand fantasy story in which MK.Radha and TR.Rajakumari acted. The so-called 'Anniyan' type big budget film of the yester years.

SABAPATHY - TR.Ramachandran's comedy movie

PARASAKTHI - Sivaji Ganesan's debut, which had all those sharp dialogues of Kalaingar Karunanidhi

VAAZHKAI - AVM's family movie in which VyjayanthiMala was launched. TR.Ramachandran was also there in that entertainer.

ANDHA NAAL - A songless anti-hero thriller of Sivaji Ganesan. Exceptional movie of those days, since it came out without songs. If I'm not wrong,Jaavar Seetharaman was the script writer.

ADUTHA VEETHU PENN - Again TR.Ramachandran with Anjali Devi and a host of comedians.

ARIVAALI - Hilarious piece from Sivaji-Banumathi pair, in addition to Thangavelu-Muthulakshmi pair

PAASA MALAR - The Grandpa movie of all these Brother-Sister sentiment movies of recent years. (Sivaji, Savithri, Gemini, MN.Rajam)

PAGAP PRIVINAI - Another 'Pa' hit from Bheemsingh-Sivaji combination.

MISSIAMMA - A Romantic Entertainer of Gemini & Saavithri

ETHIR NEECHAL - Nobody can forget 'Maadhu' and 'Ambujam Maami' of this K.B. movie.

BHAMA VIJAYAM - K.Balachandar's hilarious family drama.

IRU KODUGAL - Another classical family entertainer from K.B. with Gemini, Sowkar Janaki, Jayanthi. I still apply that 'Two lines' logic (draw a bigger line near a normal one) whenever I encounter a crisis in my life.

PADIKAATHA MEDHAI - Can you forget that song of 'Engirundho Vandhan....' song with Rangarao & Sivaji? Another family drama of Bheem singh.

KARNAN - A Grand Epic brought out in a grand manner with a big star cast of NT.RamaRao, Sivaji and so on.

VEERAPANDIYA KATTAPOMMAN - 'Vayalukku vandhaya? Naattu Nattaaya....?' The repeated dialogues practised by tinsel town's dream entrants,, whenever they try for a cine chance. This movie has made such an impact on the later generation.

KAI KODUTHA DEIVAM - A national award winning movie of those years with Savithri & Sivaji in the lead. Savithri in a mentally disturbed Childish character.

KAPPALOTIYA THAMIZHAN - Another Pre-Independence story on V.O.Chidambaram pillai.

KALYANA PARISU - Entry of Director Sridhar in this movie, has brought out so many nice movies after that. Don't forget Thangavelu-M.Saroja's comedy scenes.

NENJIL ORU AALAYAM - This movie was the start of a different genre of movies on triangular love stories. Nicely performed by kalyankumar, Muthuraman & Devikar. Good delivery by Sridhar again.

THILLANA MOHANAMBAL - Romance, Hilarious moments, Sentiments. What not? You have everything here.

KAATHALIKKA NERAMILLAI - Hilarious Romance movie from Sridhar, with Ravichandran, Muthuraman, Nagesh,Baalayaa, Kanchana....

ATHE KANGKAL - A Racy Thriller of those days, with Ravichandran in the lead role

THULAABARAM - Eventhough it had more sad moments rather than happier ones, we got an impressive performance from Saradha. If tissue papers were available those days in India, what could have been the sales at the time of its release?

Between 1970-1990 (33)

ABOORVA RAAGANGAL - Entry for Rajinikanth.. and a strange story for the audience from K.Balachandar.

ARANGETRAM - Once again, a bold subject from K.Balachandar. Whenever I see 'Dalda' vanaspathi can, I remember this movie.

AVAL ORU THODARKATHAI - Again K.Balachandar with a big starcast. Jesudoss's 'Deivam Thandha veedu...' another classical song.

AVARGAL - Single parent subject handled nicely by K.B. in this movie.

SILA NEERANGAKALIL SILA MANITHARGAL - Lakshmi brought out the character of Jayakanthan's novel very lively here. (once again a difficult story line handled well in the screen)

16 VAYADHINILE - Here, he comes. To spread the Tamil manam. Bharathi Rajaa with his Chappani (Kamal) & Parattai (Rajini).

UTHIRIPOOKAL - A classical movie of Mahendran, having Ashwini as the lead character. (If I am not wrong, 'baby' Anju was introduced in this movie)

MULLUM MALARUM - Memorable movie of Rajinikanth & Shobha, from the hands of Mahendran.

AARIL IRUNDHU ARUPADHU VARAI - Another one from Rajinikanth, to remember, with 'Padabat' Jayalakshmi.

PASI - A film from Durai, in which Shobha excelled with her natural acting.

THILLU MULLU - Hilarious comedy riot in those days with Rajini & 'Thengai' Srinivasan.

VARUMAYIN NIRAM SIGAPPU - An issue of Unemployment and a soultion for it, beautifully brought by K.Balachandar with Kamal,Sridevi, SV.Sekhar.

AZHIYATHA KOLANGKAL - Issue of adolescence & infatuation, brought out by Balu Mahendra in a sensible manner.

MOONDRAM PIRAI - A classical combination of Balu Mahendra-Kamal-Sridevi-Ilayaraja. Another memorable one, being Great Kannadasan's last movie.

ENGEYO KETTA KURAL - Different Rajini again in the second half.

VAAZHVEE MAAYAM - Kamal with Sridevi/Sripriya/Ambika. After this movie, the meaning for 'beard' has changed completely.

THANEER THANEER - Realistic portrayal of the water scarcity at that time. K.B. again with Saritha & Radha ravi.

SIRAI - RC.Sakthi's handling of subject was unacceptable for few quarters at that time. But Lakshmi excelled here.

ACCHAMILLAI ACCHAMILLAI - You can call it a beginning of Political bashing. K.B. brought out the realism of political dramas thru Rajesh & Saritha.

PUTHUMAI PENN - Newly found Revathi excelled in this movie (immediately after her debut) of Bharathi Raja.

MUTHAL MARIYAATHAI - BharathiRaja made a casting coup here. Sivaji, Radha, Satyaraj, Vadivukkarasi - All in different roles. Excellent work from Ilayaraja too.

PUNNAGAI MANNAN - Another hit from K.B - Kamal combo.

UNNAL MUDIYUM THAMBI - Again K.B & Kamal, with the magic name 'Udhayamoorthy'. Eventhough, it was the remake of the award winning telugu movie 'Rudhra Veena' (Siranjeevi-Shobana by K.B), K.B - Kamal made it fresh.

MOUNA RAAGAM - No more words to describe this Maniratnam classic. Here enters a new creator.

SINDHU BHAIRAVI - Suhasini at her best with Sivakumar as 'JKB'. Another K.B-Ilayaraja classical combo.

POOVE POO CHOODA VAA - Padmini's return to the tamil cineworld was thru this neat movie. You got another decent actress Nadhiya here.

EN BOMMUKKUTTI AMMAVUKKU - Eventhough it was a malayalam remake of Fazil, he made it very neat for the tamil viewers.

VEDHAM PUDHITHU - Bharathirajaa handled Caste in a different way here. Satyaraj-Amala-Saritha were excellent.

VEEDU - Balu Mahendra - Archana combination rocked here with the realism. The thirst of owning a property.. no match to describe it, than this movie.

NAAYAGAN - Already classified as one of the best in world's top 100. What else to describe??

VAANAME ELLAI - Disappointment is not the end of the life. Well brought out by K.Balachandar in this youthful movie.

ANJALI - Maniratnam proved here that he can make not only versatile actors like Kamal to act, but also a 2-3 year old to emote very well.

POO VIZHI VASALILAE - You need to feel those frightened eyes of 'Baby' Sujitha of this movie. A nice thriller from Fazil.

After 1990 (27)

MICHAEL MADANA KAMA RAJAN - No more words to add to this comedy riot from Kamal-Singeetham combination.

KELADI KANMANI - We found a new versatile actor SP.Balasubramaniam in this great movie, directed by Vasanth. One & Only best movie from Vasanth.

ROJA - Remarkable introduction of a genius (ARR) to this world in a fantastic movie. Such a realistic one from Maniratnam.

GENTLEMAN - Shankar's new approach to present stories against the social evils, was received well. Indeed, a good Presentation.

THEVAR MAGAN - A great Bharathan movie with the Thespian and Kamal. Matched with the national award winner S.Janaki.

BOMBAY - Another Turmoil, beautifully told by Mani. Duly supported by AR.Rahman.

KIZAKKU CHEEMAIYILE - 'Paasamalar' again but with the village smell through out. Bharathirajaa got what he wanted from AR.Rahman.

MAHANADHI - Once again a movie which required lots of Tissue papers, which brought out the prison life realistically.

KURUTHI PUNAL - A remake of Govind Nihalni's 'dhrokkal' directed by PC.Sriram. a racy thriller.

INDIAN - Kamal with Shankar & AR.Rahman, aptly supported by Balakumaran's dialogues. Kalakitaanga..

BHARATHI KANNAMMA - Cheran's introduction to this tinsel town as a director on a strong social subject 'Caste'

HOUSEFULL - Parthipan's strong message against terroism, well brought out in this 2 hour fiction. (all happening in a theatre). Does anyone remember Vikram's role in this movie?

ANDHI MANDHAARAI - National award winner by Bharathiraja, duly supported by Vijaykumar.

KUTTI - Directed by Janaki Viswanathan, on the ill-treatment of innocent servant maids. That girl's fate in the climax was a sober one.

AVVAI SHANMUGI - Hilarious tamil version of 'Mrs.Doubtfire' which was presented perfectly by Ks.Ravikumar and Kamalhaasan. Nobody else other KS.R could have presented it better.

SATHI LEELAVATHI - Eventhough it was inspired by an English movie, Balu Mahendra's hilarious presentation was too good. Aptly suppoted by Kamal, Kovai Sarala & Kalpana.

HEY RAM - A bold attempt by Kamal, which needs an appreciation.

PADAYAPPA - The Great Rajini factor with Ramya Krishnan, once again by KS.Ravikumar.

SETHU - You got 'Cheeyan' Vikram in this movie. Everybody knows about this baby of Bala. So, I'm stopping here.

BHARATHI - A period movie amongst commercial movies, became a hit surprisingly. Kudos to its director-Cum-IAS officer Gnana Rajasekaran.

THE TERRORIST - Santosh Sivan's movie on terrorism.

AZHAGI - Different touch by Thankar Bacchan, with a perfect delivery by Nadita Das.

JAMEELA - The movie which didn't click in the box office, eventhough Ponn vannan attempted perfectly to show the lights on the Islamic rules.(particularly 'thalak')

PITHAMAGAN - The national award winner Vikram with Surya & Bala. Surprisingly, Laila acted (!!) in this movie.

ANBE SIVAM - A Surprise package from Sundar.C, since he joined Kamalhaasan & Madhavan to deliver this.

KANNATHIL MUTHAMITTAL - Once again Mani, this time on a different issue. Aptly supported by national award winner 'Baby'Keerthana (Parthipan's daughter) and Madhavan with Simran. (Off course, Nandita Das too!!!)

AUTOGRAPH - Cheran proved in this movie once again with a subdued portrayal. Glad that it was duly recognised by the National Awards Committee.

hmmmm.................let me breathe!!!! You can take some rest......

Now fill this gap of 15

Before 1970s

UTHAMA PUTHIRAN - Inspired by the English movie 'The man in the Iron Mask'. Sivaji directed by Sridhar (pl.correct me, if I am wrong about the director!!)

SERVER SUNDARAM - A nice movie penned by K.B.

MAJOR CHANDRAKANTH - Another Drama, which brought a versatile actor 'Major' Sundarrajan. (who took the surname from the movie)

SAADHU MIRANDAAL - Another one from Nagesh

NEER KUMIZHI - Nagesh again as a patient. Less comedy, still a touching one

THEIVA MAGAN - Sivaji in 3 roles.

THIRUVIZHAYADAL - Great mythical movie. We have learnt a lots of religious things from this movie. Not to forget 'Tharumi' Nagesh.

ULAGAM SUTRUM VAALIBAN - MGR brought Japan's world Expo at that time in a colorful manner. (including Singapore, Malaysia,Thailand etc.,)

UYAIRNTHA MANITHAN - Sivaji & 'Major' excelled here in their acting.

Between 1970-1990

NOOLVELI - Does anyone remember this movie in which SarathBabu, Sujatha & Saritha acted?

RAAJA PAARVAI - Made in attempt by Kamal in production. Singeetham with the megaphone in his hands.

PALAIVANACHOLAI - A movie on the friendship and not love.

ALAIGAL OYIVATHILLAI - New generation of love stories started hitting the shore after this.

MANN VAASANAI - The name itself makes you to smell the content of the movie, isn't it? Fantastic introduction of Asha Keelluni, sorry Revathi.

VITHI - Surprise hit from K.Balaji's production camp. Good performance by Poornima and Sujatha.

MANA KANAKKU - A realistic movie on the behind-the-scenes activities of 'kollywood' at that time. RC.Sakthi brought out the real talent of Radha & Ambika in this movie.

After 1990

SANTHIYA RAAGAM - BaluMahendra again with Archana, Chokkalinga Bagahavadar & Banuchandar.

PRIYANKA - A remake of Meenakshi Seshadri's 'Damini'. Good delivery by Revathy and Prabu.

KARUTHAMMA - Different movie once again from BharathiRaaja on the killings of infant girl babies in the southern part of our state. Duly supported by AR.Rahman, eventhough Ananda Vikatan reviewed the music as a 'Pomeranian Dog in a village'.

MOHA MUL - A movie which introduced an IAS officer (Gnana Rajasekaran) into the movie world. Archana Joglekar and Abhishek (of 'Kolangkal') in the lead.

KAADHALUKU MARIYADHAI - Fazil brought out the talents of Vijay and Shalini in a fantastic way. His favourite Ilayaraja duly supported by him.

PORKAALAM- Cheran's movie on giving life to a handicapped.

VETRI KODI KATTU - A positive movie from Cheran directing those guys with overseas dreams.

OORUKKU NOORU PER - The movie which fetched the best director national award for the editor B.Lenin.

NANBA NANBA - A movie which brought the best supporting actor national award to Chandrashekar.

KATHAL KONDEN - Dhanush in a different role and shed the lights on a new director Selvaraghavan.

KAAKKA KAAKKA - Fantastic screenplay brought another director Gautam Menon under the lights. Surya at his best.

VIRUMAANDI - Needn't describe much about Kamal & Pasupathy.

KAMARAJ - Unfortunately, this movie on this great leader didn't succeed in the box office. Richard Madhuram as Kamaraj wasexcellent.

KAADHAL - Another realistic movie which spelt out the emotions beautifully and practically. Good music by Joshua Sridhar.

hey.. Tamil movie industry has churned out so many memorable movies, isn't it? So, if you need some more options, pl.go to this link to get another 125!!!

Specifically excluded Dubbed movies - which were also good.

If you had the energy to come upto this level, pl. finish this post (dated 01-Aug) as well, which has the final 15 selected by many of the bloggers.

150th post


Blogger Balaji said...

wow ramc, thats an amazing post... wonder how much time u spent on it! very interesting too though i just browsed thro it :) will be back to read in instalments :)

have a good break... will miss u :)

Thursday, July 21, 2005 4:51:00 PM  
Blogger ada-paavi!!!! said...

iruvar is conspicious by its absence, one of manis best films

Thursday, July 21, 2005 5:44:00 PM  
Blogger ROBBIE said...

I havent finished reading it as yet! Ram! you rock dude!!! amazing compilation. you deserve some kind of an award for this...

Thursday, July 21, 2005 8:10:00 PM  
Blogger crsathish said...

Amazing article mr.ram....

Thursday, July 21, 2005 8:32:00 PM  
Blogger கொங்கு ராசா said...

not even a single MGR movie in bfore 70s list..?? sigh :-(.. 'Malaikallan' and 'aayirathiloruvan' where trend breaking films. (info frm my dad!)

u r obessed with KB i hope.. ,no hard feelings :-)

KAMARAJ> do tis 'movie' really deserve a place in this list (kamaraj, as a person may be.. but not tis movie)

how abt 'Nizhazkal' (Barathiraaja's first box office disaster with Manivannan's debut as writer)

Bagyaraj's "thural ninnu pochu", antha 7 naatkal.. (still a neat text book for screenplay writing)

Thursday, July 21, 2005 8:45:00 PM  
Blogger G3 said...

wow! what an effort! Not enough time to read it. Will read it at leisure over weekend.

Thursday, July 21, 2005 9:45:00 PM  
Blogger Prabhu S said...

Hi Ram,

Great Post.I Appreciate the efforts put in. A question but, did you watch all those movies listed ?

Thursday, July 21, 2005 10:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


can see the effort into this article. Yet to go through fully but, at a glance...damn good effort


Thursday, July 21, 2005 11:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you seen the movie Jameela? Or, is it included on the merit of its participation in the Shanghai film festival.
I found the movie quite ordinary. Worse, some songs were ripped off from Bhupen Hazarika's compositions, by who else, but our very own Sirpi.

Friday, July 22, 2005 2:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and btw,
great post!!! a phenomenal effort must have gone into this!!

Friday, July 22, 2005 2:57:00 AM  
Blogger Prabhu S said...


I don't have a exhaustive knowledge of movies like you possess but here's my list that I think ought to be included.

AZHAGIYA THEEYE - by Radha Mohan
BAATCHAA - one of the best entertainers. Rajini's dialouge 'oole po' even to this day rocks!
KUDUMBAM ORU KADAMBAM - The best of Visu, I think.

Ram , I could just add five. But you have added....my God. Well done.

Friday, July 22, 2005 6:37:00 AM  
Blogger sen said...

good post.yengalluku 15 unakku 85 ya ?? :(.

Friday, July 22, 2005 11:36:00 AM  
Blogger Cipher said...

Ram.C great effort...
As Raasaa said MGR movies is missing and lot of KB stuffs,more entertaining movies could be added.Love today,Mughavari,Thulli thirnitha kaalam are all must in the list.

Friday, July 22, 2005 2:15:00 PM  
Blogger Ramana Siddharth said...

ram first of all hats off...i dont think anyone has compiled such an extensive list of the greatest tamil films ever!what makes it all the more comendable is that ur a busy working person and not a professional film critic...and yet u have taken the time and effort to compile this extensive list!u have done great service 2 all of us tamil film fans...and not just the fans- the industry itself...ur choices are brilliant and you have listed virtually most pathbreaking movies of tamil cinema...once we give u suggestions and u make the final list it is going 2 be even more awesome...will make my suggestions in the following comment...

congrats man!!!ur now a certified tamil filmologist!!!

Saturday, July 23, 2005 10:55:00 AM  
Blogger Ramana Siddharth said...

these films will make my 100 milestone list also-

before 1970s list-pudiya paravai,gundu killi(only film in which mgr and sivaji acted together)rata kanir,server sundaram & neer kunizhi

1970s to 1990-

after 1990-kudaikul mazai,kadhal konden,tuluvadho ilamai,kakha kakha,OORUKKU NOORU PER, THENAALI,JULIE GANAPATHY,7g Rainbow Colony,talapathi,marupadiyum

all the above would make my top 100...
insert agnisakshi instead of varumayin niram sigappu...talapathi instead of padayappa

hope u find these suggestions useful...meanwhile if i can think of any other films i will e-mail u...

Saturday, July 23, 2005 11:22:00 AM  
Blogger visithra said...

Wow what a post!

server sundaram.
kaakka kaakka
alibabavum 40 thirudarkalum
Aval Appadhithan
Konjum Salangai
Vietnam Veedu

I would second Thalapathy replacing Padayyappa

But retaining Varumaiyin Niram Sivappu

Monday, July 25, 2005 8:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Sri said...

Alaigal Ozvathillai - Just the climax of this movie is enough to win my Nomination.

Sivappu Rojakkal - For the Bold Concepet and execution with amazing Background Score

Indru Poi Nalai Vaa - I Have a Hearty laugh whenever i see it. A benchmark in Comedy Tamil Films. Great Comedy movie with very Good Screenplay (Some may tend not to notice this fact since its comedy Film)

Raja Parvai - Just way ahead of its time period

Kadhal Konden - Explores subjects never before seen in Tamil Films.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005 1:38:00 PM  
Blogger Saravana Kumar said...

உங்கள் தமிழ் திரைப்பட அறிவு என்னை வியப்படைய செய்கிறது.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005 5:49:00 PM  
Blogger Cogito said...

Amazing Compilation.This is a like "must see" list of Tamil movies. I share your predilection towards Sridhar & K.B .

Tuesday, July 26, 2005 9:39:00 PM  
Blogger sreekrishnanv said...

server sundaram (nagesh at his best
raaja paarvai(way ahead)
THALAPATHI --- replaced by padayappa ( padayappa was not a classic..just style)
IRUVAR---(no words)
AAYIRATHIL ORUVAN -(thalaivar paa ...awesome ones)
ANTHA 7 NAATKAL (bagyaraaaaj ...this is too much..deserves gr8 credit)
Kakka kakka (acceptable, decent movie..worth a single watch)

These are must In the top 100's ...I think they are the best movies ...

Wednesday, July 27, 2005 2:17:00 AM  
Blogger AF said...

I appreciate you patience, endurance, time and sincerity in putting this together. It is amazing. Try to contact some cine magazines or group and try to publish this . Sure your work should be recoginised.
Have a nice beak

Wednesday, July 27, 2005 1:03:00 PM  
Blogger ramasamba said...

You can rename the blog as 'the 100 tamil films you shoud see before you die'.

I still feel Agni natchatram shoud have made it to the list. This film made by Mani when he was at the creative pinnacle, entertains us from 'title to end' and also carefuly handles a very difficult siblng relationship.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005 11:12:00 PM  
Blogger Arvind said...

wow !, by the time i came to the bottom of the post, i had forgotten what i had in mind ! many of them are real rockers...though as you are already aware, me be liking more humor oriented movies :-)

bottom 15 la mostly edhuvum therala ;)

as Robbie said, you shd be given award for the sheer research you put in !

p.s sorry for the y3k comment :-)

Wednesday, August 10, 2005 8:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Ramjee said...

Wher is ABoorva Sagotharargal..

Also Sundar C had no hand in Anbe Sivam.. No need to tell that Kamal is the one who does everything for his film.. Ur reviews arent acceptable.. Though ur choices r too gud

Saturday, April 29, 2006 6:09:00 PM  
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Wednesday, July 07, 2010 7:05:00 AM  
Blogger rampi said...

why don't you include this tamilfilms in your list? 1.pattinathar by k.somu 2.pattam parakattum by rama narayanan 3.neengalum herodhan by v.sekar 4.aavarampoo by bharathan 5.panchalankurichi by seeman 6.rail payanangalil by t.rajendran 7.oru thalai raagam by t.rajendran 8.kannsivanthal mannsivakkum by shrithar rajan 9.sinnathayi by s.ganeshan 10.ezhavathu manithan by k.hariharan 11.unarchigal by r.c.sakthi 12.marupiravi by govurseethumadhavan 13.marupakkam by seethumadhavan 14.poodatha poodugal by mahendren 15.paathai thriyuthu paar by nimai gosh 16.kudisai by k.hariharan 17.aazhai paddum paddu by k.ramnath 18.sattangal thiragapadum by chanrababu 19.agraharathil kazhuthai by john abraham 20.irrumpu thirai by s.s vasan 21.tyagaboomi by k.subramanian which are remarkable tamil films which i had seen.i will come with some more films in next comments

Wednesday, July 07, 2010 8:10:00 AM  
Blogger vak333 said...

In the before 1970s list, the two trendsetters of MGR , Nadodi Mannan and Enga Veettu Pilla should have been included.

Monday, December 17, 2012 5:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You could also add manal kayiru, alaipayudhe, andha ezhu naatkal, vinnai thaandi varuvaya,

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Anonymous Anonymous said...


Pathinaru Vayathinile- original,nativity,trendsetter

Uthiri Pookkal – emotional,cultural men empowerment

Parasakthi – social messages suiting alltimes

Muthal Mariyathai – nativity,true love regardless of age difference

Vazhakku Enn 18/9 – classic love story,social message

Kaadhal – natural love story,true story,honour killing social awareness

Thavamai Thavamirundhu – nativity,cultural,emotional

Visaranai – true story,harsh reality,cultural attitude of police

Cuckoo – emotional +beautiful love story of visually challenged pair

Bharathi Kannamma – strong social message about caste blended with love


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