Leo star Vijay's films from the '90s and 2000s, including Poove Unakkaga, Ninaithen Vandhai and Thulladha Manamum Thullum, display his ability to portray the romantic hero with charm and charisma
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Vijay's romantic films in the '90s and early 2000s hold a special place in the hearts of his fans. During this period, Vijay showcased his versatility as an actor and his ability to create on-screen chemistry with his leading ladies. OTTPlay has compiled a list of films starring Vijay that you cannot afford to miss on Sun NXT.
Vijay's Minsara Kannan, directed by KS Ravikumar, is known for Vijay's portrayal of the playful and mischievous Kanna, where he showcases his impeccable comedic timing and on-screen charisma. Kanna disguises himself as a servant to get closer to the woman he loves, played by Rambha. The film takes audiences on a rollercoaster ride of humour, romance and emotional moments, keeping them entertained throughout.Vijay shares great chemistry with Rambha, creating a delightful on-screen pairing.
Released in 1998 and directed by K Selva Bharathy, this romantic drama is recommended for its compelling storyline, memorable performances and melodious music. Vijay plays Gokul, a young man torn between love and familial responsibilities. While Gokul falls in love with Swapna (Rambha), Swapna's sister Savithri (Devayani) is in love with Gokul.The narrative beautifully explores themes of love, sacrifice, and the complexities of relationships, keeping the audience emotionally invested throughout.
This film, directed by Vikraman, received critical acclaim and became a commercial success, establishing Vijay as a promising young actor in the Tamil film industry. The film revolves around Raja (Vijay) and Nirmala (Sangeetha), whose lose blossoms, despite various hurdles.With its engaging storyline, memorable performances, and hit songs, Poove Unakkaga remains a significant milestone in Vijay's career and holds a special place in the hearts of his fans.
Thulladha Manamum Thullum
Thulladha Manamum Thullum, directed by Ezhil, is a heartfelt romantic film, which continues to captivate audiences with its earnest storyline. The film revolves around Kutty (Vijay), a kind-hearted and innocent man who falls deeply in love with Maheshwari, (Simran). The series delves into their journey as they navigate the challenges thrown their way, highlighting the power of love and resilience in the face of adversity. The soulful melodies, including the timeless classic "Innisai Paadivarum," have become anthems of love,beautifully complementing the poignant moments throughout the film.
Kannukkul Nilavu reunites Vijay (as Gowtham) and Shalini (Hema) after their successful collaboration in Kadhalukku Mariyadhai. Their on-screen chemistry and palpable connection add depth to the love story, making their scenes a delight to watch. Kaveri, too shines as Gayathri. Fazil's direction brings out the best in the cast and ensures a balanced blend of romance, drama, and emotions. The film's music, composed by Ilaiyaraaja, is a major highlight, especially the soulful melodies, Oru Naal Oru Kanavu, Nilavu Paattu and Roja Poonthottam.
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