Senjittale En Kadhala

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Senjittle En Kadhala
Directed byEzhil Durai
Produced byS. Balasubramaniam
StarringEzhil Durai
CinematographyM. Manish
Edited byLawrence Kishore
Music byF. Raj Bharath
SB Entertainment
Release date
  • 7 April 2017 (2017-04-07)

Senjittale En Kadhala (English: She's Ended My Love) is a 2017 Indian Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by Ezhil Durai. He also features in the lead role opposite Madhumila, while Abhinaya and Mime Gopi among others play supporting roles. The film began production during early 2016 and was released on 7 April 2017.[1]



Ezhil Durai chose to make his first feature film after working in almost fifty short films. Production began in mid-2016, with the film initially wrongly reported in the media to be based on the murder of a young working professional by a stalker in Chennai. Ezhil refuted the claims and revealed it was a romantic comedy, with actresses Madhumila and Abhinaya working alongside him.[2] The film was also dubbed into Telugu as 100% Break Up soon after the original Tamil version had been completed.[3] The makers initially targeted to release the film around Valentine's Day but postponements meant that they settled for an April release.[4]


Senjittale En Kadhala
Soundtrack album by
F. Raj Bharath
Released31 January 2017
LabelVMS Music Records
ProducerF. Raj Bharath

The film's music was composed by Raj Bharath, while the audio rights of the film was acquired by VMS Music Records. The album released on 31 January 2017 and featured seven songs.

Track list
1."Sillakidum"Vaira BharathiHarihara Sudhan, Nikhil Mathew4:05
2."Kannamma"Subramania BharatiSreekanth Hariharan4:08
3."Finding Aai Paiyan"GKBL. R. Eswari, Gangai Amaran, Sakthi, Nincy Vincent3:42
4."En Vaazhkkai"Ezhil DuraiRohit Sridhar3:57
5."Play Girl"Femcee Nicki Ziee G, R. B. JeniferFemcee Nicki Ziee G, R. B. Jenifer2:22
6."Idhu Varai"Vaira BharathiVaishavi Sathyamoorthi1:53
7."Finding Aai Paiyan - Extended version"GKBL. R. Eswari, Gangai Amaran, Sakthi, Nincy Vincent4:36


The film opened on 7 April 2017 across Tamil Nadu alongside Mani Ratnam's Kaatru Veliyidai. The Times of India wrote "there is an earnestness about Senjittale En Kadhala that gives the film some appeal, but the filmmaking lacks zing" and that "we can sense a gap between the writing and the execution and often, this comes in the way of us fully immersing ourselves into it".[5] A critic from The New Indian Express wrote "the writing is simple and Ezhil approaches all aspects in earnest" but "there’s inconsistency in presentation and since most of the artistes are newbies, it lacks the fizz - a regular ingredient of new time writers".[6]


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