| Haricharan & Newton|
| 7 September 2007|Thoovanam Wikipedia
Thoovanam is a Tamil language film starring Adithya and Neshtra released in September 2007.
This movie is about a guy Karthi (Adhitya), who hails from an affluent family. He is an interior designer by profession. He along with his friends leads a happy life in Chennai.
He comes across Anu (Nethra) in Pondicherry. She is brought by her NRI father (Bhanuchander), an extrovert. Karthi falls in love with Anu. Dejected at his love rejected by Anu, Karthi decides to take the extreme step. Eventually he is saved by his friends.Anu comes to know of this and resumes her relationship with him. The scene changes and she falls in love with him. But the film doesn't end here. It all boils down to a touchy climax.
After knowing that Anu loves him, Karthi decides to spoil her life by spending a night with her and ditching her for life. Anu overhears his conversation with his friends,and yet,continues to go as per Karthi's plan. One of his friends Abdullah(Suraj) advices him,but no use.She spends a night with him in Pondicherry,and later she reveals her awareness of his intentions.
Anu marries another person Sree(Sreeman) and vows never to see Karthi again,ever in her life.Adithya
Eureka - Harish Raghavendra
Idhayam Irundha - Vinaya
Thoovanam - SPB
SMSla KAdhal -Naresh Iyer, Mahathi, Vinaya, Sathyan
Yedho Yedho - Parasuram
Yedho Yedho (2) - Anuradha Sriram
Sify wrote "It is supposed to be a love story with a difference, but 15 minutes in to the film you just can't fathom what's going on. It's neither a pure vanilla love story nor an arty film. Directors S.Haricharan and Newton tries their best to be in a different genre but ends up falling between two stools". Indiaglitz wrote "Thoovanam manages a gentle drizzle though it promises a loads of rain." Behindwoods wrote " The movie is directed by S. Haricharan and Newton who are also in-charge of story, screen play and dialogues. The duo have done a decent job with the script but the area of handling newcomers needs improvement which may have gone a long way in the presentation of the film. [..] The first half is a little slow but the second half makes up for the first one and is very gripping."