Kadhal Konden (2003)

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'Kadhal Konden' is a psychological thriller that explores the mind of a youth who is mentally and physically abused in his childhood. The lack of a mother's love haunts the protagonist throughout the film as the girl of his infatuation is killed. Vinod (Dhanush) is a brilliant child at an orphanage run by a Catholic priest (Nagesh). When admitted to a top university, Vinod leaves the comfort of the orphanage and lives alone in a city for the first time. In college, he is ridiculed for his appearance and manners by all except Divya (Sonia Agarwal), who he eventually falls in love with. Unfortunately, there is competition. And unfortunately for the competition, Vinod is not exactly conventional in dealing with crises.
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Cast: Dhanush, Sonia Agarwal

Crew: K Selvaraghavan (Director), Aravind Krishna (Director of Photography), Yuvan Shankar Raja (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Drama, Musical, Thriller

Release Dates: 04 Jul 2003 (India)

Tamil Name: காதல் கொண்டேன்

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Did you know? The film was remade in Telugu in 2004, as Nenu with Allari Naresh and Veda replacing Dhanush and Sonia Agarwal, respectively. It has also been remade in Kannada in 2009, as Ravana with Yogeesh Hunsoor and Sanchita Padukone in the lead, and in Bengali in 2010, as Amanush starring Soham Chakraborty and Srabanti Malakar. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Tamil
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
DTS
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
More than one year after the release of the film, an "original soundtrack" containing 20 tracks over all was released, that followed the Hollywood-style. It was said to be the first time, that an original soundtrack was released for a film in India

The soundtrack of Kaadhal Kondein released on 20 March 2003, and the music, especially the film score, received universal critical acclaim, establishing composer Yuvan Shankar Raja as one of the "most sought after music directors" in the Tamil film industry.

The film was remade in Telugu in 2004, as Nenu with Allari Naresh and Veda replacing Dhanush and Sonia Agarwal, respectively. It has also been remade in Kannada in 2009, as Ravana with Yogeesh Hunsoor and Sanchita Padukone in the lead, and in Bengali in 2010, as Amanush starring Soham Chakraborty and Srabanti Malakar.

This bold movie is considered as a breakthrough venture for Dhanush, that catapulted him into the main foray of lead actors in the Tamil film industry.