Nil Gavani Sellathey

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Nil Gavani Sellathey
Directed by Anand Chakravarthy
Produced by Anand Chakravarthy
Starring Jagan
Anand Chakravarthy
Dhansikha
Lakshmi Nair
Adithyaa Dev
Music by Selvaganesh
Cinematography J Lakshman
Edited by MathanGunaDeva
Release date(s)
  • December 17, 2010 (2010-12-17)
Running time 140 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Nil Gavani Sellathey is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language thriller film written, directed and produced by Anand Chakravarthy, which stars Anand himself alongside Jagan, Lakshmi Nair, Dhansika, Adithyaa Dev and Ramsyy in the lead roles.[1][2][3] The film, which is inspired from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, released on 17 December 2010 with favorable reviews from the critics. It failed to succeed at the box office and was re-released on 25 March 2011.[4]

Plot[edit]

Sam (Anand Chakaravarthy), Jo (Dhaniska), Arun (Ramssy), Priya (Lakshmi Nair) and Milo (Jagan) head to a small village on a pleasure trip. And they reach the place despite a warning that it is not to going to be a nice trip.

As night arrives, what arrives along with it is a series of mysterious experiences. The friends are attacked one after other by an unidentified villain. In the meantime, a police officer too arrives at the village to unravel the mystery.

What is the reason behind the attacks? Will they survive? All these things are made clear in the climax, which has so much twists and turns, with some being clichéd and some quite interesting

Cast[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Rohit Ramachandran of nowrunning.com gave it 4/5 stars stating that "Nil Gavani Sellathey, inspired from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, is a hell of a remake. It is the most significant film that's come out this year."[5] He went on to call it the third best movie of the year[6]

Soundtrack[edit]

Nil Gavani Sellathey's soundtrack is composed by Selvaganesh.[1]

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Vanavillum"   J Francis Kriba Karthik, Premji Amaren, Brodha V, Kalpana, Sri Madhumitha  
2. "Paarvai Undhan"   Na. Muthukumar Vasundhara Das, Sricharan  
3. "Vaanam Yengilum"   Na. Muthukumar Ranjith, Vijaynarain  
4. "Nadamadum Sudukada"   J Francis Kriba VV Prasanna, Krishna Iyer, Rashmi Vijayan  
5. "Nil Gavani"        

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