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Yen Endral Kadhal Enben Full Mov

Yen Endral Kadhal Enben Full Movie

Yen Endral Kadhal Enben ( transl. Because I'II say it's love!) is a 2012 Indian Tamil-language fantasy romantic comedy film written and directed by A. Karunakaran. It is the Tamil version of the Telugu film Endukante... Premanta! ( transl.'s love!), which was released theatrically on 8 June 2012. The film stars Ram and Tamannaah in dual roles, set in 1980 and 2012 respectively. The film's plot is inspired by the American film Just like Heaven (2005).


The film deals with love between two souls across two different eras. In 1980, Krishna is in love with Srinidhi, but she never looks at him due to her family's opposition. On the last day of college, Krishna disguises himself in a burqa and boards her bus, but the bus meets with an accident. Krishna saves Srinidhi from the mishap but dies in the process. Srinidhi also dies at his grave, regretting her decision to never look at him. In 2012, Sravanthi is the daughter of the Indian Ambassador to France and a medical student. She dreams of an unidentified person every day and wishes to marry him. She escapes from her home and goes on a tour of the countryside with her friends. Ram is a happy-go-lucky guy who is sent to Paris by his father for a job. He meets Sravanthi on a bridge and saves her from committing suicide. They become friends and plan to go to India together. However, Sravanthi's father finds out about her escape and sends his men to bring her back. Ram fights them off and takes Sravanthi to the airport, where he realizes that she is the girl he has been dreaming of. He confesses his love to her, but she does not remember him. She boards the flight and leaves for India, while Ram follows her.

In India, Ram finds out that Sravanthi is engaged to Bhadrappa, a corrupt politician's son. He also learns that she has lost her memory due to a bullet injury in her head, which was caused by Bhadrappa when he tried to kill her in Paris. Ram decides to help Sravanthi regain her memory and stop her marriage with Bhadrappa. He meets Srinidhi, who looks exactly like Sravanthi, and realizes that she is Sravanthi's reincarnation. He also meets Krishna, who looks exactly like him, and learns that he is his reincarnation. Krishna tells him that he has been waiting for Srinidhi for 32 years and asks him to help him reunite with her. Ram agrees and takes Krishna to Srinidhi's house, where he introduces him as his friend.

Srinidhi recognizes Krishna as the person who saved her life in the bus accident, but does not remember anything else about him. She feels a connection with him and starts spending time with him. Sravanthi also feels drawn to Ram and starts remembering their moments in Paris. She realizes that she loves him and breaks off her engagement with Bhadrappa. Bhadrappa gets angry and kidnaps Sravanthi and Srinidhi, planning to kill them both. Ram and Krishna rescue them and fight with Bhadrappa and his goons. In the end, Sravanthi regains her memory completely and reunites with Ram, while Srinidhi remembers her past life and reunites with Krishna.

The film ends with Ram and Sravanthi getting married in Paris, while Krishna and Srinidhi get married in India.


  • Ram as Ram / Krishna

  • Tamannaah as Sravanthi / Srinidhi

  • Suman as Sravanthi's father

  • Sayaji Shinde as Bhadrappa

  • Anu Haasan as Sravanthi's mother

  • Raghu Babu as Pulla Reddy

  • Kona Venkat as Kona Venkat (cameo)

  • Richard Rishi as Richard (cameo)


The film was simultaneously shot in Telugu and Tamil languages, with the latter titled as Yen Endral Kadhal Enben. The film was produced by Sravanthi Ravi Kishore under his banner Sri Sravanthi Movies. The film was written and directed by A. Karunakaran, who had previously worked with Ram in the 2008 film Ready. The film's music was composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, while the cinematography was handled by I. Andrew and the editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. The film's dialogues were written by Kona Venkat.

The film's shooting began in June 2011 and was completed by April 2012. The film was shot in various locations in India and abroad, including Hyderabad, Chennai, Coorg, Ooty, Mysore, Pollachi, Mumbai, Pune, Goa, Dubai and Paris. The film's climax was shot at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, which was a first for any Indian film.


The film's Telugu version, Endukante... Premanta!, was released on 8 June 2012 in over 900 screens worldwide. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, and performed moderately at the box office. The film's Tamil version, Yen Endral Kadhal Enben, was scheduled to release on 14 September 2012, but was postponed indefinitely due to various reasons. The film's Tamil version never saw a theatrical release.


  • Endukante... Premanta! - Wikipedia

  • "Yen Endral Kadhal Enben" -Official Trailer From KalaAnantarupah Media Labs


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