Polladhavan which is in Seventh place, is a film with much known track for Dhanush with the backdrop of Chennai culture. The film gives a new lease of life to Dhanush after the actor was struggling with a worst defeat of his earlier Parattai Engira Azhagu Sundaram.
Directed by debutant Vetrimaaran, Polladhavan describes Dhanush in a believable role and the racy script of the director made the film as viewers friendly. Thanks to Vetrimaaran to make Dhanush to set his mind to do this kind of believable stories in future. At least, Polladhavan helps him to realize that he is a star worth to perform in a good story, but not a superstar to drive the film with superlative action blocks!
Mozhi, a typical 'A' center movie directed by Radha Mohan, the much trusted director of Duet Movies Prakash Raj, is placed in 8 th position. The outstanding performances of Prithviraj, Jyothika and Prakash Raj and excellent dialogues of Viji made the film worth to watch. But the slow phase in the narration and highly dramatized sentimental scenes keep away the rural viewers.
Jeevan starred Naan Avanillai got the 9th position. With five seductive heroines, the film is a well packaged remake of an old classic in the same title. Jeevan's performance and the glamour in 5 girls made the film as one of the hits of the year.
The last place goes to Chennai-600028, directed by Venkat Prabhu, son of Tamil film industry all rounder Gangai Amaran. It is really an experiment with all the new faces but the nativity and making style of Venkat made it as a box office hit.
Apart from these films, there were some meaningful films like Periyar, Kalloori and Onbathu Roobai Nottu also released in the year 2007 and the viewers also responded well for those films.
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