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Anytime, Anywhere (2011)

Engeyum Eppodhum (original title)
Two love stories - one set against the backdrop of Chennai and the other in Trichy - that join together in the climax, in a most unexpected turn of events.



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Cast overview:
Jai ...
Sharvanand ...
Vinodhini Vaidynathan ...
Amutha's Cousin (as Vinodhini)
Vatsan ...
Young Bus Passenger
Mithun ...
Married Bus Passenger


The film revolves around a group of passengers travelling in two different buses, each having their own past & a reason for their travel. The most prominent among those is the love track between Kathiresan (Jai)- Manimegalai (Anjali) & the other between Vinay (Saravanandh) & Amudha (Ananya). Destiny has something in store for all of them, which changes their lives forever... Written by Shony

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Release Date:

16 September 2011 (India)  »

Also Known As:

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INR 60,000,000 (estimated)

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16:9 HD
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In this film, there is a scene where actor Jai will be donating blood in a hospital. For that scene, he really donated the blood to the blood bank. See more »


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Outstanding movie in Tamil cinema
28 November 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Bouquet to debutant filmmaker Saravanan for etching out a film that speaks about feelings of people and the value of every single life. With handful of characters, the director has come out with a flick that is filled with fun, joy, tears and other human emotions. What begins as a journey in a bus takes twists and turns, and when we think all is well that ends well, a shocking incident happens. But hold on! There is no preachy stuff as Saravanan manages to lace the message with lighter moments in the film. For many of us road mishaps mean just numbers - the number of people perished in such accidents. Rarely we get to see the colorful life the victims enjoyed without knowing that death is coming close to them. 'Engeyum Eppothum' attempts to take a closer look at such people. In a nutshell, it is the story of two couples who end up romancing in contrasting manner. They happen to meet at one point where a tragedy strikes in their lives. Sarva as a suave city youth fits the bill well. His cool and casual expressions are adequate for the role. Ananya as an innocent bubbly rustic girl who comes to city is impressive. Anjali as a out-spoken and straightforward girl in love with Jai is tailor-made for the character. All the characters are well-written and neatly conceived by the director. They resemble close to real-life. The narration keeps one engaged all through. The contrasting love, loss, gain and sorrow are beautifully portrayed. R Velraj's cinematography and catchy background score of debutant Sathya add solidity to the proceedings. All said, 'Engeyum Eppothum' is a whiff of fresh air in Tamil cinema. Saravanan has certainly made his mentor A.R Murugadoss, who has produced this film along with Fox Star Studios, proud. Finally my rating for the movie is 10/10

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