Priyamanavale, Nov 26th, 2000

Director: K.Sevlabharathi
Cast: Vijay, Simran, Radhika Chowdry

Piriyamanavale Yesterday it was ‘Kushi’ . Tommorrow it is going to be ‘Priyamanavale’. Vijay would scale one more height with the release of ‘Priyamanavale’. Already Vijay had worked with Selva Bharathi in ‘Ninaithen Vandhai’. They have joined hands again. It is the remake of a super-hit Telugu film, ‘Pavithrabandham’. The story of that film has scored victories in Hindi and Kannada film words also. Vijay, in as much as he is fond of the stories from other languages, has brought the fine story to be depicted in Tamil also.

Vijay appears as a completely westernized person as he was raised in alien circumstances. He hates our own civilization, culture and traditions. But Simran whom he marries has entirely different characteristics and traits. The story deals as to how Simran manages to change the thinking and activities of Vijay. The news about the birth of his male child reached Vijay when he was taking part in the shooting for this film. As a strange coincidence, the story demanded him to act a similar situation on that day.

Vijay became too happy and he acted very naturally in the scene concerned. In the event of the success of this film, Vijay may once again capture the top spot among the Tamil heroes.