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Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai: A Romantic Comedy with a Twist
Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai is a 2010 Tamil movie directed by Thiru and starring Vishal, Sarah-Jane Dias, Tanushree Dutta and Neetu Chandra. The movie is about Karthik, a carefree and rich young man who wants to choose the best of everything in his life, including his wife. He decides to date three women simultaneously and then pick one of them to marry. However, his plan backfires when he gets caught in his own web of lies and faces the consequences of his actions.
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The movie is a remake of the 1979 Rajinikanth starrer Netrikkann, which was also based on the 1968 French novel The Girl in Blue by Francoise Sagan. The movie features music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by Arvind Krishna and editing by T.S. Suresh. The movie was produced by Vikram Krishna and distributed by Sun Pictures. The movie was released on 12 February 2010 and received mixed reviews from critics and audiences.
The movie has three female leads who play different roles in Karthik's life. Jyothi (Tanushree Dutta) is an athlete who lives in a poor area of Chennai and has a strong dislike for men. She is Karthik's first choice and he impresses her with his charm and generosity. Priya (Sarah-Jane Dias) is a traditional and cultured girl who believes in love and marriage. She is Karthik's second choice and he woos her with his sincerity and respect. Tejaswini (Neetu Chandra) is a wealthy businesswoman who is smart and confident. She is Karthik's third choice and he attracts her with his wit and humor.
Karthik manages to juggle the three women with the help of his friends Kumar (Santhanam), Shekar (Mayilsamy) and Vishnu (Sathyan). However, he soon realizes that he cannot play with their feelings forever and has to make a decision. He also faces trouble from Prakash Raj, who plays Jyothi's brother and a local don. Prakash Raj does not approve of Karthik's relationship with his sister and tries to stop him. Karthik also has to deal with Sneha, who plays a doctor and a childhood friend of Karthik. She has a crush on him and tries to win him over.
The movie has a twist in the end when Karthik finds out that one of the women he dated is actually his half-sister. He also learns that his father had an affair with another woman and left them when he was young. He is shocked by this revelation and decides to end his relationships with all three women. He then apologizes to them and asks for their forgiveness. He also reconciles with his father and accepts him as his family.
The movie ends with Karthik realizing that he has lost all three women who loved him sincerely. He regrets his actions and decides to live a simple and honest life. He also hopes that one day he will find true love again.
The movie has several comedy scenes that involve Karthik and his friends. Some of the scenes are inspired by the original movie Netrikkann, such as the scene where Karthik pretends to be blind to impress Priya. The movie also has some emotional scenes that show Karthik's dilemma and guilt. The movie also has some action scenes that involve Prakash Raj and his goons chasing Karthik and his friends.
The movie has a soundtrack composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who collaborated with Vishal for the fourth time. The soundtrack consists of six songs, which are sung by various singers such as Haricharan, Rahul Nambiar, Priya Himesh, Ranjith, Suchitra and Yuvan Shankar Raja himself. The lyrics are written by Na. Muthukumar, Pa. Vijay and Viveka. The songs are a mix of different genres such as rock, folk, melody and rap. The songs are well received by the listeners and some of them became chartbusters.
The movie received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some of the critics praised the movie for its entertainment value, performances and music. They also appreciated the director Thiru for making a decent remake of the classic movie Netrikkann. However, some of the critics criticized the movie for its weak script, predictable plot and lack of originality. They also felt that the movie was too long and dragged in some parts. They also pointed out the flaws in the logic and continuity of the movie.
The movie was a moderate success at the box office. It collected around Rs. 15 crore in Tamil Nadu and Rs. 20 crore worldwide. It was declared as an average grosser by trade analysts. The movie was also dubbed into Telugu as Khiladi and released in Andhra Pradesh. The Telugu version also received a lukewarm response from the viewers. c481cea774