In the year 2014, Film makers experimented with different genre of movies which stood out as there was an overdose of comedy movies in the year 2013. Though the number of hit movies were limited, there was a lot of good movies that was loved by common people. These movies good mix reactions from critics for their different style of direction and script as well. We look at the top 5 movies in the year 2014.
Top 5 Tamil Movies in the year 2014
which stood out as there was an overdose of comedy movies in the year 2013. Though the number
of hit movies were limited, there was a lot of good movies that was loved by common people. These
movies good mix reactions from critics for their different style of direction and script as well. We
look at the top 5 movies in the year 2014.
In the year 2014, Film makers experimented with different genre of movies
Director: Raju Murugan
Cast: Dinesh, Malavika Nair
Fox Star Studios' Cuckoo narrated a beautiful heartwarming tale of romance between two visually
impaired individuals. The film scored on all levels, brilliant performances, sensational music and
stunning visuals. But what made the film even more appealing was debutant director Raju
Murugan's ingenious script, which chose not to arouse empathy for its characters or their disability.
Director: Santosh Sivan
Cast: S. Karan, Sugandha Ram, Saritha, Karunas
Ace cinematographer Santosh Sivan's controversial film Inam was set in the backdrop of the Sri
Lankan Civil War. Within three days of its release, the film was, however, withdrawn from theaters in
Tamil Nadu due to protest from Tamil fringe groups. The films biggest strengths were its well-written
characters and the harsh truths it revealed about innocent children and everything they lost in a
strife-ridden nation at the height of the war.
3)Movie: Vaayai Moodi Pesavum
Director: Balaji Mohan
Cast: Dulquer Salman, Nazriya Nazim
Dulquer Salman, son of Malayalam superstar Mammootty, made an impressive debut in Tamil
cinema with Director Balaji Mohan's Vaayai Moodi Pesavum. A refreshingly different romantic
comedy, the film highlighted the power of silence, successfully conveying how a lot can be said
without uttering a single word. The director's wacky sense of humor made the film even more
entertaining. Read full review on the movie on IMDB
4)Movie: Goli Sada
Director: Vijay Milton
Cast: Kishore, Sree Raam, Pandi and Murugesh
Vijay Milton's Goli Soda was every bit as lively and full of fizz and fun, as its title suggested. Four
youngsters played the lead with the effortless ease and spontaneity that would put many top stars
to shame. Loaded with romance, humor, action and sentiments, Goli Soda enjoyed both critical, as
well as commercial success.
5)Movie: Kaaviya Thalaivan
Cast: Prithviraj, Siddharth, Vedhicka
Kaaviya Thalaivan is a 2014 Tamil historical fiction film written and directed by Vasanthabalan. It is
produced by Varun Manian. Set in early 20th century, the film is about the lives of two theatre
artistes played by Siddharth and Prithviraj and the competition that exists between them in a small
drama troupe. The former is the main lead whereas the latter one is the antagonist in the film.