Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa is a love story about two grown up people. Karthik(Simbu) and Jessie(Trisha)meet each other, one unassuing evening.....And it's love at first sight, for Karthik.
Not having seen a beauty such as Jessie in years passed by, Karthik is love struck, dumbstruck, and spellbound...all at once. Jessie is the next door, in the typical sence. Secretive glance make way to obvious glance and the two get acquainted sooner or later. What begins with an unexpected friendship breaks boundaries to take shape as Love.
Unable to hold his emotions, Karthik doesn't allow his feelings to rest for too long when
he propose to Jessie one abrupt morning that leaves her in a state perplex.
Silence from both ends.......
Followed by regretful thoughts.....
And decisions to be made...........
As Love choose its own route, familiarity makes way for a healthy yet simple relationship between Karthik and Jessie. Just when life seems perfect surrounded by the indescribable feeling of love, unfathomable feeling of the heart, and the unknown pages from the future; Jessie brings out her uncertainly over the relationship leaving Karthik in a state of perplex, this time around........
Simply put, the film says - Love is beautiful but it can be painful too......
First, we must thank Goutham Vasudev Menon for giving a refreshing and feel good cinema in the era of useless action masala. Vinnaithandi Varuvaya is really a pure magic and works a lot with the viewers who easily identify their own flashback or..
this movie was my life. i wanna become a filmmaker. and
screen play is awesome true love and romantic entertainer
movie like the feel the movie and good script i dedicated to
this movie for some one ....vennilave vennilave is original
title then change the title for vinnai thandi
varuvaya...title is good ..i love the movie i watch the
movie 213 times and more then......
awesome love story in tamil cinema all time
After the soul-stirring ‘Varanam Aayiram’, Goutham Menon
is ready to rouse the audience once again with
‘Vinnaithandi Varuvaya’. Produced by Escape Artists
Motion Pictures & R.S Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., ‘VTV’ is
one of the most anticipated films of the year and Goutham
knows it. This will also be the romantic musical by Goutham
after his first film ‘Minnale’ in 2001.
‘VTV’ started making news right from its launch in
February 2009. The first promotional stills which were made
available to media looked as if the film is a tribute to all
the cult romances on Tamil cinema. The stills looked a
replica of the most romantic moment in films like Minsara
Kanavu, Dil Se, Alaipayuthey, Kaakha Kaakha and Idhayathai
Thirudathey. It caught the imagination at the out set.
‘VTV’ is the first film in Goutham-A R Rahman
combination. So the expectations were high. The music was
launched in London for the first time for a Tamil movie in
December 2009. After its Indian launch in January 2010 the
songs are already rising on the charts. The magic of
Goutham-Harris may be missing but the new team has also
delivered. This was evident when Goutham said the reason for
launching the music in London. He said “though the film is
in Tamil its music is truly international. That’s why we
chose London”. Right words.
‘VTV’ also has Malayalam lyrics in it, like Mani
Ratnam’s ‘Uyire’. One song is sung by the old time
melody queens Kalyani Menon (Remember the song “N