Good Luck (2000 film)

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Good Luck
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Movie poster
Directed by Manoj Bhatnaghar
Produced by Manoj Bhatnaghar
Written by Manoj Bhatnaghar,
B. Nithyanandham (dialogues)
Starring Prashanth
Riya Sen
Music by Manoj Bhatnaghar
Cinematography K. S. Shiva
Edited by B. S. Vasu
Sameera Films
Release date
  • 4 February 2000 (2000-02-04)
Language Tamil

Good Luck is a 2000 released Tamil film. The movie stars Prashanth, Riya Sen and Raghuvaran. The film is directed and produced by Manoj Bhatnaghar.


Surya (Prashanth) is a carefree youth living in Malaysia with his brother Chandramohan (Raghuvaran) and sister-in-law Devi (Sukanya). Chandramohan and Devi are childless because of a problem with Chandramohan. Surya falls in love with dancer Priya (Riya Sen) and manages to steal her heart too. Just when things seem happy, a bombshell is dropped by a Sister Mary who tells Surya that he is the father of a small girl Pooja. Pooja must undergo an operation to save her life but insists on seeing her dad before agreeing to the operation. Surya agrees to pose as her dad and is forced to do so on a more permanent basis even after the operation is done. He is driven out of the house and loses Priya, who agrees to wed an earlier suitor, Shyam (Sanjay Asrani). Person who happens to be the brother of Pooja's mother wants to kill Surya for cheating his sister but ends up being arrested by police. Second half shifts to Cruise ship, where Chandramohan finds out that Pooja is actually his daughter. The film ends with Surya and Priya reuniting.



The film was initially set to feature Mayuri Kango as the lead heroine, but she was later replaced by Riya Sen.[1] The entire film was shot in Thailand and Malaysia, while significant portions were shot on a cruise ship sponsored by Star Cruises.


Good Luck
Soundtrack album by Manoj Bhatnaghar
  • 19 December 1999 (1999-12-19)
Recorded 2000
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Sa Re Ga Ma
Producer Manoj Bhatnaghar

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by director Manoj Bhatnaagar himself and lyrics were written by Vairamuthu.[2] The soundtrack, released in December 1999, features 6 tracks with Keyaar and K. T. Kunjumon attending the audio launch function as chief guests.[3]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 "Kadhal Seiyum" S.P.Balasubramaniam, Sujatha
2 "Itho Intha Nenjodu" S.P.Balasubramaniam, Chitra
3 "July Pathinaaru Vanthaal" Srinivas, Sujatha, Chitra
4 "Kadikkum Jokku " S. N. Surendar, K.Prabhakaran, Subha, Bhuvana, Chorus
5 "Idhayam Thudikkirathe" K.Prabhakaran, Chitra, Baby Deepika
6 "Naane Nee Nee" Unnikrishnan, Sujatha