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Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi to Thiruchitrambalam: 5 feel-good romantic films to binge watch on Sun NXT

A slew of romantic dramas that will make your heart flutter are streaming on the platform

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi to Thiruchitrambalam: 5 feel-good romantic films to binge watch on Sun NXT
Stills from Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi, Thiruchitrambalam and Attakathi

Last Updated: 07.48 PM, May 13, 2023


Are you looking for a perfect feel-good romantic drama to binge watch over the weekend. We have put together a list of films that are streaming on Sun NXT that will bring a smile to your face.

This romantic comedy starring Dinesh, Aishwarya Rajesh and Nandita Swetha, marked the debut of Pa Ranjith as a director. Dinakaran (Dinesh) is happy-go-lucky-guy, who goes great lengths to impress young women but is unlucky when it comes to matters of the heart. Hence, the name Attakathi! But soon he realises that things might actually work out with Poornima (Nanditha Suresh), who had once rejected him. Do they indeed get together?


KV Anand's period romantic thriller, is said to be inspired by the 1963 film Nenjam Marapathillai. Anegan has both Dhanush and Amyra Dastur portrarying four looks. The film is based on the theme of reincarnation, where Dhanush and Amyra are brought together in their fourth birth and finally reunite. The film's plot revolves around their many lives and their love story in different shades.

Engeyum Kadhal
Kayal (Hansika Motwani), a cellist residing in France, learns that Kamal (Jayam Ravi), a businessman, who is holidaying in Paris, is in danger. She saves his life. Kamal is someone who believes in the motto, "No commitments, no disappointments and no one gets hurt." However, Kayal's life turns sour when she realises that she has fallen for Kamal but he has returned to India. Harris Jayaraj's music are a treat to the ears in this film, directed by Prabhudeva.

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi
When college buddies Sanjay (Naga Shaurya) and his senior Anupama (Malvika Nair)move abroad to study further, they fall in love. But their relationship enters a tricky phase and they are forced to part ways. Their past continues to haunt them. Will they eventually reunite? The film, directed by Srinivas Avasarala, is currently streaming on the platform.

Thiruchitrambalam is an upbeat and heartwarming tale of Thiru aka Pazham (Dhanush) and his best friend Shobana (Nithya Menen). Set in typical middle-class families in Chennai, the plot revolves around Thiru's strong bond with her and how she offers him a pillar of support through his ups and downs, both in professional and personal life. The adorable chemistry between the two is one to watch out for. If you haven't already, watch this film by Mithran Jawahar.

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