Chennai Kadhal

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Chennai Kadhal (Chennai Love)
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Directed by Vikraman
Produced by Kalaipuli S. Dhanu
Written by Vikraman
Starring Bharath
Genelia
Music by Joshua Sridhar
Cinematography Muthu Ganesh
Edited by Anthony
Distributed by V Creations
Release date
  • 8 December 2006 (2006-12-08)
Country India
Language Tamil

Chennai Kadhal is a 2006 Tamil film directed by Vikraman. The film stars Bharath and Genelia. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Joshua Sridhar. The film was released on 8 December 2006.

Plot[edit]

Gautham (Bharath), a college drop-out and a good-for-nothing guy, falls in love with Narmada (Genelia), daughter of a local don, Sakthivel (Radha Ravi). She lives in a hostel after learning that her dad is a criminal who now wants her to marry his partner Sardar’s (Barhmaji) brother. So the two lovers elope to Mumbai and soon they are tracked and separated. Finally Gautham, along with his friends, fight against all odds to win back Narmada.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Bharath Gautham
Genelia D'Souza Narmada
Radha Ravi Sakthivel
Dharmavarapu Subramanyam Gautham's father
Sumithra Gautham's mother
Brahmaji Sardar
Shyam Ganesh Sardar's friend
Imman Annachi black ticket seller
Raja Gautham's friend
Aravind Gautham's friend
Guna Guna
Jaguar Thangam himself

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack was composed by Joshua Sridhar and lyrics were written by Pa. Vijay, Na. Muthukumar and Viveka.[1]

Critical reception[edit]

The film received negative reviews from critics. Indiaglitz wrote "Laudable performances, a racy screenplay and the light-hearted comic sequences make Chennai Kadhal a definite winner".[2] Sify wrote "Director Vikraman has made a deliberate attempt to deviate from his usual formula and it has succeeded to a certain extend though the story, presentation and even dialogues are so predictable. The main problem lies with its script which has nothing new to offer and the love between the lead pair is so artificial has no life in it".[3] Nowrunning wrote that the film "seems to be a fiasco at box office with its lack of any story baseline and anything to substantiate to make it even an average movie".[4] Rediff wrote "The movie is director Vikraman's supposed attempt to make something different. It is surely not one of his usual slow paced dramas, but that alone is not enough to make it 'different,' by any standards. He has chosen a plot older than a heavily worn out doormat".[5]

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