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Thittikudhey

Thithikudhe
Directed by Brinda Sarathy
Produced by R. B. Choudary
Starring Jiiva
Sridevi Vijayakumar
Shrutika
Vivek
Release date(s) 2003
Country  India
Language Tamil

Thithikudhe is a South Indian Tamil film released in 2003 starring Jiiva and Sridevi Vijayakumar in lead roles.

Plot

A boy Chinnu (Venu) who lived in a small village was very friendly and affectionate to Anu (Renu) his friend. Because of Anu's father's transfer they get separated. When Anu was leaving she gave him a watch as keepsake. They grew up. By the time Venu grew up his parents died and he was adopted by a good family. They grew up Venu was waiting for Anu & Renu was waiting for Chinnu their friendship turned into love. They were waiting for each other from last 10 years. This movie shows how they reunite.[1]

The movie is loosely based on the Telugu movie Manasantha Nuvve which was also remade in Bollywood as Jeena Sirf Merre Liye.

Production

Trisha Krishnan was initially approached to feature in the film, but the role was later handed to Sridevi Vijayakumar.[2]

Soundtrack

Music : Vidyasagar.[3]

Song Title Singers
"Silendra Theepori Ondru" Sujatha Mohan
"Mainaave Mainaave" Sadhana Sargam, Unnikrishnan
"Mainaave Mainaave" Chinmayi, Harini
"Iraq Yuthham" Udit Narayan, Anuradha Sriram
"Oru Nimidamaa" Tippu, Srivarthini
"Thaayarum Ariyaamal" Unnikrishnan

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