Here is a list of 15 Tamil films you can count on to lift your spirits and get over that work stress.
Pammal K. Sambandam: A complete entertainer by late writer Crazy Mohan and Kamal Haasan. Hanuman devotee Pammal Kalyana Sambandam and Doctor Janaki keep us occupied with their quarrels and love-hate relationship.
Thozha: A convict on parole finds appointment as the care-taker of a paralysed millionaire. Seenu (Karthi) lifts the spirits of Vikramadithya (Nagarjuna) and helps him to re-discover life, love and happiness.
Avvai Shanmughi: Yet another hilarious ride by Kamal Haasan. Pandiyan disguises himself as a nanny to win back his divorced wife and his daughter.
Sillu Karupatti: A love anthology, four stories revolving around people of four different age groups. In the end, what binds them is pure, unconditional love!
Thillu Mullu: A classic comedy by Rajinikanth, Chandran to secure his job is forced to lie to his boss that he has a twin brother. A sequence of events following this lie moves the story forward.
Kushi: An appealing college love story, Jenny (Jyothika) and Shiva (Vijay) part ways due to a misunderstanding, how their love towards each other wins despite their egos is the story.
Aandavan Kattalai: Gandhi (Vijay Sethupathi) to get a tourist visa fakes his marriage and names his wife as Karmeghakuzhali, due to certain circumstances he wants his wife’s name to be removed from his passport. He quests for a girl (Ritika Singh) with the same name and files for a divorce.
Kadhala Kadhala: A laughter ride! Two friends share a common name, this leads to a comedy of errors between their girlfriends and their families.
Oh My Kadavule: A refreshing and humorous ride of friendship and love. The fantasy element helps in keeping the curiosity going.
Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum: A local gangster spots a girl in his apartment and a beautiful bond develops between them. As the name suggests this is not a typical romance story, a small town girl loses her job and is ignorant to go back to her town. The hardships she face and the exploration of her friendship/love is the story.
Abhiyum Naanum: A beautiful father-daughter relationship is presented with elements of humor, friendship, love and life. An emotional and fulfilling ride!
Nanban: Three boys explore their friendship, career, love and life in their college. An ideal campus story, it points out the faults in the existing education system in a witty-humorous way.
Mozhi: A musician meets a strong deaf-mute woman and eventually realizes his love for her, with its soul-stirring content, slapstick comedy, exhilarating performances and heartwarming music the film is just wow!
Panchanthanthiram: Ram’s (Kamal Haasan) friends hire Maggie, a call girl, to help him get over his wife, who mistakenly believes him to be a philanderer. However, they get in trouble when Maggie ends up dead. A star studded film with amazing plot twists and comical dialogues.
Maara: If you missed watching Charlie, then it’s a definite watch. Paaru (Shraddha Srinath) finds a painting on the walls of a coastal town, she sets out to find the painter who turns out to be Maara (Madhavan).