Tamil films, especially those from the Tamil film genre, are very popular with Tamil audiences, who watch more than half of Tamil movies in the country.
But which films have made the biggest impact on Tamil cinema?
The Tamil film industry has a long and rich history, dating back to the 16th century, when the first Tamil film was made.
Many of the films from the genre were made in the early 1900s, but some films from that era were later adapted into Tamil movies, which were dubbed by the state-owned Indian Film Certification Board (IBC).
Here is a look at the top 20 Tamil films of the past 10 years.
The Manorama Movie (2003)The Manoscope is the second Tamil film to make it into the Tamil canon, after The Story of The Manoscope, a classic Tamil drama.
Manorama is a story of a young man, Arumukku (Karanarajan), who, after falling in love with a woman, falls in love, and falls in for a sexual relationship with another man.
Arumukukku’s love for the woman causes him to commit a heinous crime, and he is imprisoned.
Raju Ravi, Raju (2004)Ravi is a Tamil-language film which is loosely based on a novel by the writer Ramaiah Bose.
This film is a love story, a romantic comedy, and a drama.
The plot revolves around a young woman, Rajunna (Shanti), who falls in Love with her father, a famous film director, Raja (Rajaam), and falls for him, but ends up being cheated on. 3.
Dinnae Doonaar’s Nilamayu Doonanam (2005) Nilanamay (Nilayanam) is a romantic love story between two young lovers, Nila (Nilan), and Ramesh (Rameshakaran).
Nila and Rama are going through a bad period in their relationship.
They are married, but after their wedding, Rama becomes ill.
Kashmiri Story (2006) Kapalanam is a drama, about two families, which is set in an ancient tribal village, in the Himalayan region of Kargil.
It tells the story of two families in the same village, and their love story.
Tamil Wedding (2007) Tamal (Tamil) Wedding is a romance, a family drama, and the story revolves around two families from different communities.
Mukti (2006)Muktisam (Muktam) is a romantic family drama starring A. K. Nair (Tamils) Kalyanand, Rameshawamal and Nileshwara, who is played by Rajesh Saha.
Namaanam (2006)-(2007)(2008)Namaam is about a woman who falls for a man, but is not willing to do so, and is unable to come to terms with it. 8.
Hindi Film (2009) Hindu Film is a film about two sisters who fall in love.
Ibiza: A Love Story (2011)Ibizasam (Ibishi) is about two lovers who fall for each other, but end up going against their parents.
Lakshmi: A Tale of Two Women (2011)-(2012)Laksyam (Laksha) is an adventure film about a man who falls head over heels for his girlfriend.
A Love Story 2 (2012) A love story about a single woman who is the object of a man’s heart, and decides to break away from the relationship.