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    Lightbulb What are the movies that are shaping the path of Tamil cinematic industry?

    According to the current statistics, there have been movies that have been really taking the cinematic industry into unexplored genres and making them more sensible.

    No we're focusing on content rather than commercial stuff. Even the most joked about Telugu industry is taking a turn and it is good to see some Tamil films giving hope on leading the industry to sense. What kind of Tamil movies do you think that would lead our industry?
    My vote goes for Jigarthanda and Mercury.

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    My vote for Velaikaran and Aruvi. Velaikaran movie shows us how food department stores play on consumer psychology to make us buy more and the effect of the fast food. Aruvi is an awareness film about HIV aids. Those movies aware the peoples.
    My vote goes for Jigarthanda and Mercury.
    I didn't watched the mentioned movies.
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    Vishal's new movie is pretty amazing!
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    Karthik Subbaraj and Nalan Kumarasami are both the supercool filmmakers of this generation.. and there are some other I like..
    I like the following films..
    Maanakaram..
    Druvangal 16
    8 thottakal
    uriyadi
    Indra netru naalai
    Kurangu bommai
    Vikram vedha
    Aval
    Onaayum aattukutyum(my most favourite)
    24 (not the love portion)

    Tamil cinema has not touched certain genre since now.. I hope this will change very soon as a set of youngsters are now on the field

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    I'm not a big fan of movies but love to watch when there is a time with family to forgot myself sometimes Recently i watched

    1) Diya - Sai Pallavi & Naga shaurya ( The mother character is well sync with Sai pallavi )
    2) Karuppan - Vijay Sethupathi & Tanya ( My all time fave's )
    3) Padmavati - Deepika , Ranveer , Shahid Kapoor ( Love the plot and songs )

    There are few more, but these three are the most touching films in this year
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    Aruvi-Most touching story
    Padmavati- Very nice screen play,Amazing Acting by the actors,A visual treat
    Miruthan- love the story.
    Pogan - Unique story,Amazing acting

    These movies inspired me a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhiya View Post
    My vote for Velaikaran and Aruvi. Velaikaran movie shows us how food department stores play on consumer psychology to make us buy more and the effect of the fast food. Aruvi is an awareness film about HIV aids. Those movies aware the peoples.
    I didn't watched the mentioned movies.
    Aruvi! That movie made me tear up in the end. I don't know why, but when Aruvi opens her door at the end and sees her whole family there and she says just one word "Appa". The heroine delivered so much emotions into that one word. Even 1 hour after watching that film, I was still crying into my pillow for no reason. That is a legit movie!

    As for velaikaaran,it really was an eye opener. It portrayed the mass mentality for going after products that poison us. Even I got to know a little bit on marketing after that movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shivani View Post
    Vishal's new movie is pretty amazing!
    You mean Irumbu thirai, right? I haven't watched that movie yet. But I'm hearing good things about it. Must be a huge classic come back of Vishal. Anyway it's on my "to-be-watched" list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishanth_sri View Post
    Karthik Subbaraj and Nalan Kumarasami are both the supercool filmmakers of this generation.. and there are some other I like..
    I like the following films..
    Maanakaram..
    Druvangal 16
    8 thottakal
    uriyadi
    Indra netru naalai
    Kurangu bommai
    Vikram vedha
    Aval
    Onaayum aattukutyum(my most favourite)
    24 (not the love portion)

    Tamil cinema has not touched certain genre since now.. I hope this will change very soon as a set of youngsters are now on the field
    Wow! That's a pretty impressive collection. I've watched everything on it, except for uriyadi, kurangu bommai, and onaayum aatukuttiyum.
    But instead of Aval, I prefer Maya. Aval is a good thriller with good message and twists, but Maya shook me to the core in comparison.
    And 24's love portion, I totally agree. "Basically I'm a watch mechanic" That dialogue made my ears bleed and I'm a huge Surya fan.So guess my plight. But the whole movie, It was a masterpiece. And I love Athreya!
    In short, I've got to watch those 3 that I haven't yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beacon View Post
    I'm not a big fan of movies but love to watch when there is a time with family to forgot myself sometimes Recently i watched

    1) Diya - Sai Pallavi & Naga shaurya ( The mother character is well sync with Sai pallavi )
    2) Karuppan - Vijay Sethupathi & Tanya ( My all time fave's )
    3) Padmavati - Deepika , Ranveer , Shahid Kapoor ( Love the plot and songs )

    There are few more, but these three are the most touching films in this year
    I haven't tried the first 2 movies. But fortunately I got hold of Padmaavati. Seriously the acting was breathless and the devotion and love of Allaudeen for Padmaavati even without having seen her for once, That was pretty insane.
    And even though I don't accept the fact that all the women ended their lives, the last scene was so breath taking. Hats off to the team!

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