Hollywood's prominent production house Fox Studios forays into Tamil with Engeyum Eppodhum, which is jointly produced by A.R. Murugadoss Productions and Fox Studios.
Though the film runs on two parallel stories, director Saravanan's racy and clear screenplay makes it very interesting (without any confusions). Kudos for all the four actors for dubbing in their own voices, which has become a rare thing in Tamil Cinema.
Overall, Engeyum Eppodhum is a neat entertainer with a strong message and a must-watch film for bus drivers.
Cast: Jai, Sharvanand, Anjali and Ananya
DVD Features: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround, NTSC All Regions
Subtitles: Not Available
Director: M. Saravanan
Banner: Murugadoss Productions, Fox Studios
Producer: A. R. Murugadoss
The film begins with a road accident involving two buses at a National Highway in Villupuram. From there, the story of two couples Gautham (Sharva aka Sharvanand), Amudha (Ananya) and Kadhiresan (Jai), Manimegalai (Anjali) are narrated in flashbacks.
Amudha gets stranded at a bus stop in Chennai when she arrives from Trichy for an interview. Gautham helps her to reach the venue on time and their short journey (from bus stand to her office) is narrated in a hilarious way. At the end of their journey, Amudha get attracted to Gautham.
The second story takes place in Trichy where Kadhiresan falls in love with her neighbour Manimegalai. Kadhiresan is a soft spoken, good-hearted young man who works in an automobile firm.Unlike him, Manimegalai, a nurse, is more outspoken and practical in life. One day, the couple decides to meet Kadhiresan's parents (who live in a village near Villupuram) and they board a bus from Trichy to Chennai. Coincidentally Gautham also boards the same bus.
Interestingly, Amudha who had come to Chennai in search of Gautham, boards a bus running from Chennai to Trichy. Their lives takes a U turn when both the buses collide in an accident at Villupuram. What happens next? Watch out...
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