Nenjil Jil Jil
|Nenjil Jil Jil|
|Produced by||Manish Nair|
|Music by||D. Imman|
|Cinematography||U.K. Senthil Kumar|
|1 December 2006|
Nenjil Jil Jil is a 2006 film directed by Selva and produced by Manish Nair, Bhavani Kanagasapay under the banner Candy Films Ltd & Gatpaham Entertainment Ltd. Navdeep pairs up with Aparna Pillai, while Vadivelu plays the comedian in the movie.
The film is about a group of people who win a competition and are taken to London for a free trip. Thus the beginning appears promising. The group includes hero Anand (Navdeep) and heroine Priya (Aparna). But the joyous journey sours when the lead pair which falls in love at the beginning of the holiday. Enters Rishi (Manish), a tourist guide for London. He resolves to separate the lovers and plans to marry Priya. rest is a cat and mouse game between Anand and Rishi and how their love win all problems. There are also two people who separate him.They have already loved but have been separated and so they hate love. They decide to split them up so that they win the competition against Priya and Anand. In the end they tell them the truth and Priya and Anand reunite.
- Navdeep as Anand
- Aparna Pillai as Priya
- Manish Nair as Rishi
- Vadivelu as Vellam (Tamilman)/ Englishman
- Paravai Muniyamma
- Thalaivasal Vijay as Krishnamurthy
- Ranjitha as Kalyani
- Sibiraj as himself (cameo appearance)
- D. Imman as cameo appearance in song "Nenjil"
The film was briefly referred to as Nenjil after the State government announcing entertainment tax exemption on movies titled in Tamil, but was later released with the Jil Jil suffix. Scenes for the film were shot Woolacombe in Devon in March 2006 with the 30-strong cast and crew will also be visiting Weymouth, Bath and London.
Soundtrack is composed by D. Imman.
|Nenjil Jil Jil|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|D. Imman chronology|
- Unakkagathaane Uyir Vaazhgiren — P. Unnikrishnan, Sujatha Mohan
- Kaadhalthaana — KK, K. S. Chithra
- Chattuputtu — Rahul Nambiar
- Kannukkul Kalavaram — KK
- Nenjil — D. Imman
- Kaanchanaye — Adarsh
- Punnagaiye — KS Ranjith
Sify wrote:"Watching Nenjil makes you think- What a waste of time!". Hindu wrote:"Nenjil is laughable in patches you could say, but the romantic thread is so common and run of the mill that it pulls down the interest quotient terribly".