|Produced by||Sivasakthi Pandian|
|Edited by||B. Lenin
V. T. Vijayan
Sivasakthi Movie Makers
Kaadhale Nimmadhi (English: Love itself is peace) is a 1998 Tamil romance film directed by Indiran. The film features Suriya, Jeevitha Sharma and Sangeetha in the lead roles, while Murali makes an extended guest appearance. Raadhika, Manivannan and Nassar also play significant roles in the film, while Deva composed the film's soundtrack. The film did not succeed at either the box office or with critics.
- Suriya as Chandru
- Murali as Chandramohan
- Jeevitha Sharma as Kavitha
- Thalaivasal Vijay
- Manivannan as Velayudham
- Vivek as Panchu
- Raadhika as Bhagyam
- Vaiyapuri as beggar
- Thenkachi Ko. Swaminathan as judge
- B. Lenin cameo appearance in song "Kandhan Irukkum"
After the success of Kadhal Kottai (1996) and Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga (1997), 'Sivashakthi' Pandian announced he was set to make another love story Kaadhale Nimmadhi, written and directed by newcomer Rajan, who gave himself the stagename of Indiran. Prashanth had initially been signed on to portray the lead role, though opted out post the success of Jeans (1998), and was replaced by Suriya. The débutante lead actress, Jeevitha Sharma, a fifteen-year-old at the time, was noticed by producer 'Sivashakthi' Pandian in his search for a new heroine for the film. The producer also opened a contest in Kumudam magazine to rename Jeevitha and give her a stage name to suit Tamil tastes and traditions. She was later christened as Kavitha by the producer before the film's release.
A critic from Indolink.com gave the film a positive review suggesting that audiences should treat themselves to this movie, which is completely suitable for the entire family but Suriya again shows his inability to act and praised the performances of Manivannan and Raadhika. The film did not do well at the box-office.
- Gangai Nathiye-Swarnalatha
- Indha Devathaikku
- Kandhan Irukkum- Krishnaraj
- Vidha Vidhama-Deva
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