Enakku Veru Engum Kilaigal Kidayathu
|Enakku Veru Engum Kilaigal Kidayathu|
|Directed by||Ganapathy Balamurugan|
|Music by||S. N. Arunagiri|
|Distributed by||MSK Film Production (Overseas)|
|26 August 2016|
|Budget||Rs. 86 laks|
|Box office||Rs. 1.2crores|
Enakku Veru Engum Kilaigal Kidayathu (English: I don't have any other branches) is a 2016 Indian Tamil comedy film written and directed by Ganapathy Balamurugan. The film stars Goundamani in the lead role, with Soundararaja and Riythvika in supporting roles. Featuring music composed by S. N. Arunagiri, the film began production during June 2016, and was released on 26 August 2016.
- Goundamani as Caravan Krishnan
- Soundararaja as Prabha
- Riythvika as Dhivya
- Shanoor Sana Begum as Caravan Krishna's Wife
- Munnar Ramesh as Dhivya's Father
In January 2015, Goundamani accepted terms to work on a film titled Enakku Veru Engum Kilaigal Kidayathu directed by Ganapathy Balamurugan. Along with 49-O (2015) and Vaaimai, the film marked the return of Goundamani to films after a long sabbatical. Goundamani had initially expressed reservations about the film's title, stating it sounded too pompous, but the director convinced him that the title would be apt for the script. Despite beginning shoot in early 2015, the film's release was delayed by over a year. Later the film was released in August 2016 and gained positive reviews.
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