Thirunaal

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Thirunaal
Thirunaal.jpg
Directed by P. S. Ramnath
Produced by M. Senthil Kumar
Written by P. S. Ramnath
Starring
Music by Srikanth Deva
Cinematography Mahesh Muthuswami
Edited by
Production
company
Kodhandapani Films
Distributed by Sri Thenandal Films
Release date
5 August 2016
Country India
Language Tamil

Thirunaal (English : Holy Day) is a 2016 Tamil-language action film directed by P. S. Ramnath, starring Jiiva and Nayantara in a lead roles.

Plot[edit]

Blade (Jiiva) is a henchman for a local villain Naaga (Sharath Lohitashwa) and is loyal to him without any reason. Vithya (Nayanthara) is the daughter of a local factory owner, who falls for Blade after he saves her from a kidnapping. Vithya's father arranges for her to marry another man, but everyone learns about the love affair between Vithya and Blade, which creates animosity between the villain and Vithya's father. Blade gets caught between supporting Vithya's father and standing up to his boss. Blade saves the day by murdering the villain.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film was first reported in November 2014, when Jiiva had agreed terms to work on a village-centric film directed by P. S. Ramnath, who had previously made Ambasamudram Ambani (2010).[1] Nayanthara signed on to appear in the film in April 2015, while Srikanth Deva was confirmed as the film's music director.[2] The film began its first schedule in Kumbakonam in May 2015 at a grand Agraharam set. The films trailer was released on for Diwali .[3] The shooting for the film was completed by the end of August 2015 and the post production work thereafter started.[4]

Track listing[edit]

Thirunaal
Soundtrack album by Srikanth Deva
Released 26 March 2016
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 26:17
Language Tamil
Producer Srikanth Deva
Track listing
No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Hey chinna chinna"D. Imman, Velmurugan 
2."Karisa kaattu"Abhay Jodhpurkar 
3."Ore oru vaanam"Sakthisree Gopalan, Mahalakshmi Iyer 
4."Pazhaya soru"Ranjith, Namitha 
5."Thandhaiyum yaaro"S. Janaki 
6."Thittadhe thittadhe"Grace 

Reception[edit]

Behindwoods rated the film 1.75 out of 5 stating "Had the film come ten years ago, it might have worked a little better."[5]

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