In the fast-paced world, we live in, sometimes all we need is a dose of happiness and positivity to lift our spirits. Feel-good movies can transport us to a world where problems are solved, love conquers all, and laughter is abundant.
Directed by Radha Mohan, “Mozhi” is a heartwarming tale of love, friendship, and self-discovery. The film revolves around a mute girl named Archana (Jyothika) and her journey to find her true passion. With its touching narrative, soulful music, and brilliant performances, “Mozhi” is a true feel-good gem.
Directed by Venkat Prabhu, “Chennai 600028” is a lighthearted sports comedy that follows the lives of a group of friends and their love for gully cricket. Filled with witty dialogues, hilarious moments, and memorable characters, the film captures the essence of friendship and the joy of pursuing one’s passion.
Directed by Shankar, “Sivaji: The Boss” is an enthralling masala entertainer that combines action, comedy, and social commentary. Starring Rajinikanth in the titular role, the film tells the story of a software engineer who fights against corruption and societal inequality. With its larger-than-life performances and catchy music, “Sivaji: The Boss” is an ultimate feel-good extravaganza.
Directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon, “Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa” is a romantic drama that explores the complexities of love and relationships. The film beautifully portrays the rollercoaster of emotions experienced by the protagonists, played by Simbu and Trisha. With its soul-stirring music and heartfelt performances, this movie leaves viewers with a warm and fuzzy feeling.
Directed by Atlee, “Raja Rani” is a delightful romantic comedy-drama that revolves around the lives of two couples. The film explores love, heartbreak, and the beauty of second chances. With its engaging screenplay, stellar performances by Arya, Nayanthara, Jai, and Nazriya Nazim, and a dose of humour, “Raja Rani” is a feel-good entertainer.
Directed by Balaji Tharaneetharan, “Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom” is a quirky comedy that narrates the hilarious misadventures of a groom-to-be who loses his memory right before his wedding. The film’s lighthearted humour, endearing characters, and relatable moments make it a refreshing and feel-good watch.
Directed by Ponram, “Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam” is a laugh riot that revolves around a group of friends and their mischievous antics in a rural village. Sivakarthikeyan’s impeccable comic timing and the film’s energetic performances and catchy music guarantee an entertaining and feel-good cinematic experience.
“Nanban,” directed by S. Shankar, is a Tamil remake of the Bollywood film “3 Idiots.” The film follows the journey of three friends and their experiences at a prestigious engineering college. With its uplifting message, strong Vijay, Jeeva, and Srikanth performances, and heartwarming moments, “Nanban” is a definite feel-good winner.
Directed by Ashwath Marimuthu, “Oh My Kadavule” is a romantic comedy that takes a refreshing spin on the concept of marriage and true love. The film tells the story of a man who gets a second chance at love after accidentally invoking the divine’s powers. With witty dialogues, endearing performances, and a dash of fantasy, “Oh My Kadavule” is a delightful, feel-good flick.
Directed by K. Balachander, “Thillu Mullu” is a classic comedy film starring Rajinikanth in a double role. The movie revolves around the hilarious escapades of a jobless youth who poses as a responsible employee to win his uncle’s favour. With its brilliant comic timing, performances, and unforgettable one-liners, “Thillu Mullu” remains an evergreen, feel-good entertainer.