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Top 5 movies in Tamil Cinema that glorified Fatherhood

27 Mar 2017

There are a lot of movies that speak about the glory of Motherhood in Tamil cinema. Infact, it is a sentiment that has almost went cliche because of its over use. But the movies that talks about the efforts of a father raising his child are far too less comparatively. We have made a list of 5 movies that genuinely showcased this neglected sentiment on the occasion of this Fathers day. Happy Fathers day to all...

5. Abhiyum Naanum Abhiyum Naanum is a beautiful movie that shows the love and the possessiveness  a father has for his daughter. The excellent acting by Prakash Raj and the mature display by Trisha really make this movie a must watch.

4. DheivaThirumagal

dei This movie deserves a mention in this list for its portrayal of the Father and Daughter love from a very different perspective. The climax sequence of the movie is so touching and will definitely drench your eyes with tears.

3. Emdan Magan

em Emdan Magan is a movie that many of us can connect with for the realistic portrayal of the father and son relationship. This movie has a lot of emotions and subtleties that presents its self by multiple viewings.

2. Vaaranam Aayiram

var This movie travels along a variety of theme like love, friendship and a lot of other subject, but the central theme of the movie talks about role of a father in a mans life. This movie is sure to bring lot of memories to all of us.

1. Thavamaai Thavamirundhu

thav This Cheran directed movie deserves the first place for so many reasons; Be it the realistic story line or the performance. Thavamaai Thavamirundhu is a tribute to the unsung sacrifices made by a father in the upbringing of his children.


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