Best Tamil Romantic Movies – Part 3

Romeo Juliet

This funny and romantic movie is based on a true story. Story about the heroine assumes that the hero is rich and falls for him. However, when she finds out that he is just a fitness coach, she breaks up with him and couples up with another rich man. In the end the hero’s true love won or not is what the story is all about. This feel good movie stars Jayam Ravi, Hanshika Motwani, Poonam Bajwa, Madhumila, Vamsi Krishna and more.

Angadi Theru

This is based on a true story about a sales girl and sales boy who works in a saree store in Chennai. They were tortured by the place manager. They fall in love and get married. But tragedy strikes in an accident and she will lose her leg. Directed by Vasanthabalan in 2010, starring Mahesh, Anjali, A. Venkatesh, Pandi.

Love Today

This beautiful story was directed in 1997 by Balasekaran. Starring Vijay, Raise, Suvalakshmi, Raghuvaran and Karan. Story about hero falls in love with a daughter of policeman who then torture hero. 

Unnale unnale

Directed by Jeeva and this movie was released in 2007. Story about the lead role Karthik meets Deepika during a flight to Melbourne and they become friends. On reaching Australia, Karthik realises that Deepika works in the same firm as his ex-lover Jhansi. Starring Vinay Rai, Tanishaa Mukerji, Sadha, Raju Sundaram and Srinath.


Directed by Aishwarya R. Dhanush and released in 2012. The story goes as Ram and Janani are high school sweethearts who eventually get married. However, Janani is mystified when Ram commits suicide all of a sudden and she tries to find out the truth behind his death. Starring Dhanush, Shruti Hassan, Sivakarthikeyan, Sundar Ramu, Gabriella Charlton, Prabhu and more. 

Thulladha Manamum Thullum

Starring Vijay, Simran, Manivanna, Dhamu and Vaiyapuri. Directed by Ezhil in 1999, this movie is about a hero named Kutty, who helps the heroine who lost her vision because of him. 

Kanda Naal Mudhal

This feel good movie was directed by V. Priya in 2005. Starring Prasanna, Laila, Karthik Kumar, Regina Cassandra and Devadarshini. Two youngsters meet in a marriage hall and fight with each other and thereafter every-time they meet they end up fighting with each other. But there comes a time when this animosity turns to love. This is our favourite movie as well.


Starring Meena, Arjun Sarja, Ramesh Aravind, Ramya Krishnan and Jyothika, the story goes as Karthik, a photographer-editor, meets Chitra while opening a bank account. Following a few subsequent encounters, they learn about the death of each other’s spouses and contemplate remarriage. Directed by Vasanth in 2000. This movie won Filmfare Special Award (South).


Directed by Sasi, stars Livingston, Kausalya, Prakash Raj, Vivek and Karan. Story about Shwetha, a rich and kind woman, assumes that Nadaraj cannot speak and shows empathy towards him. When their friendship blossoms into love, Nadaraj faces an arduous task of confessing the truth.

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