Jil Jung Juk

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Jil Jung Juk
Jil Jung Juk.jpg
Directed byDeeraj Vaidy
Produced bySiddharth
Written byDeeraj Vaidy
Mohan Ramakrishnan
StarringSiddharth
Avinash Raghudevan
Sananth Reddy
Narrated bySiddharth
Music byVishal Chandrashekhar
CinematographyShreyaas Krishna
Edited byKurtz Schneider
Production
company
Etaki Entertainment
Release date
12 February 2016
Running time
136 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Jil Jung Juk (The Good, The Average, The Unworthy) is a 2016 Indian Tamil language black comedy film co-written and directed by Deeraj Vaidy, starring Siddharth, Avinash Raghudevan and Sananth Reddy in the lead roles. The film, which had cinematography by Shreyaas Krishna and music by Vishal Chandrashekhar, was produced by Siddharth and had a theatrical release on 12 February 2016.

The story of three men smuggling drugs.

Plot[edit]

In 2020, three young blokes, Jil, Jung & Juck with nothing in common between them, are assigned the task of transporting an Ambassador car coated with Cocaine-paint by the dreaded drug-lord, Dheivanayagam. Along the way they encounter Narasimhan with an almost identical car who makes small talk & tries to gel with the trio. After a night of drinking the trio escape the pub without his knowledge. But only later do they realize that in a drunken stupor they have taken Narasimhan's car & not their own.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Siddharth took a brief hiatus from acting after finishing Enakkul Oruvan (2015), before choosing to produce and appear in his next film. He chose to collaborate with newcomer Deeraj Vaidy on a comedy film titled Jil Jung Juk and the film was reported to be in production during May 2015.[1] The film's title was taken from a dialogue spoken by Vadivelu from Kaadhalan (1994) and refers to three different types of people.[2] The film's first look was released by director Karthik Subbaraj in late October 2015.[3][4] A single called "Shoot the Kuruvi" was released and won critical acclaim, helping promote the film prior to release.[5]

Soundtrack[edit]

Jil Jung Juk
Soundtrack album by
Released10 November 2015
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length20:33
LanguageTamil
LabelThink Music India
ProducerVishal Chandrasekhar
Vishal Chandrasekhar chronology
Appuchi Gramam
(2014)
Jil Jung Juk
(2015)
Aviyal
(2015)
Tracklist
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Shoot the Kuruvi"VivekAnirudh Ravichander, Radha Ravi4:22
2."Red Road-U"Deeraj VaidySanthosh Narayanan, Sean Roldan, Vishal Chandrashekhar3:36
3."Domer-U Lord-U"VivekAnthony Daasan, Kavita Thomas3:57
4."Casanova"VivekAndrea Jeremiah4:13
5."Shoot the Kili"SiddharthSiddharth4:25
Total length:20:33

Critical reception[edit]

The film opened on 12 February 2016. Sify.com stated, "The film is occasionally ‘Jil’ mostly ‘Jung’ and largely ‘Juk’", while in contrast, Indiaglitz.com rated the film 3.8/5 and wrote "a wickedly entertaining dark comedy".[6][7][8] The Hindu's Sudhir Srinivasan noted that the film was "quirky but little else" stating "it’s all rather queer, but does oddity necessarily equate to enjoyability?".[9][10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Siddharth acts without heroine". Movie Clickz. 2015-05-25. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  2. ^ "Siddharth's second film as producer is 'Jil Jung Juck'". The Indian Express. 2015-09-09. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  3. ^ "Jil Jung Juk Tamil Movie First Single Track Poster". 2015-11-13. Retrieved 2016-07-14.
  4. ^ "Jill Jung Juk (aka) Jill Jung Juck photos stills & images". Behindwoods. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  5. ^ paatu varigal (2015-11-10). "Shoot The Kuruvi Song Lyrics from Jil Jung Juk". Paatuvarigal.com. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  6. ^ "Jil Jung Juk review. Jil Jung Juk Tamil movie review, story, rating — IndiaGlitz.com". IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 2016-02-22.
  7. ^ "Jil Jung Juk Tamil Movie Review by Chennaivision — Chennaivision". 2016-02-13. Retrieved 2016-07-14.
  8. ^ http://www.sify.com/movies/jil-jung-juk-review-review-tamil-qcmkneeebjffd.html
  9. ^ http://www.thehindu.com/features/cinema/jil-jung-juk-quirky-but-little-else/article8228272.ece
  10. ^ A stretched second half spoils the show

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