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Cast: Siddharth, Genelia, Vivek, Senthil, S Thaman, Manikandan, Bharath (Boys), Nakul
Director: Shankar
MusicDirector: A R Rahman
Cinemotograpy: Ravi K Chandran
Editing: VT Vijayan
Screenplay: Shankar
Producer: AM Ratnam
Banner: Sri Surya Movies
Presents: Sri Surya Movies
Movie Genre: Love Romance
Release Date: August 29, 2003

Siddharth,Genelia D'Souza,Bharath,Sai Srinivas Thaman Sivakumar, Manikandan,Nakul,Vivek,Senthil


Boys is a 2003 Tamil film directed by S. Shankar. The film stars Siddarth, Genelia, Bharath, Manikandan, Nakul and Sai Srinivas. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by A. R. Rahman.


Munna (Siddharth Narayan), Babu Kalyanam (Bharath), Juju (Nakul), Krishna (thaman) and Kumar (Manikandan) are five friends who spend their time ogling at girls, watching porn and complaining about their parents. Much to the chagrin of their parents, they have no interest in studies. They even go as far as hiring a prostitute but all of them back down at the last moment. They meet a depressed middle-aged man, Mangalam (Vivek) in a bar one day and help him home after he passes out. Although they first use him as a source to get alcohol, Mangalam enjoys their company and becomes a mentor of sorts for these kids.

One day, the boys see a teenage girl, Harini (Genelia D'Souza) and all five decide to ask her out. Everyone’s try ends in disaster, but they all become friends. Soon, Harini and Munna fall in love. The parents find out and are furious, as they want them to focus on their studies first. The parents and their kids decide that the kids will not contact each other till their studies are over and after that, if they are still in love, the parents would not stand in their way. Although the kids agree to this, they start longing for each other. They get married, prompting the parents to throw them out. To show solidarity to Munna, the other four friends walk out of their homes too. Mangalam helps them find a modest residence and the teenagers take up part-time jobs to support themselves. Mangalam encourages them to explore their natural musical talents, after which they are approached by a radical group to make songs against the government. This gets them into prison, where they experience some tough times.

After they get out, they show more resolve to succeed. After a few unsuccessful attempts, they are finally signed and record their first album. When celebrating their success, Krishna accidentally tells Harini about the prostitute earlier. A deeply-hurt Harini leaves them. As the prostitute is the only one who could prove that Munna did not sleep with her, the friends begin searching for her. Kumar spots the prostitute but while chasing her, dies in a road accident. Munna decides that his words were more than enough proof for Harini and accepts Harini’s decision.

Their album releases and becomes a huge hit. When the boys request Harini’s presence for the live show, as she was the lead female vocal for the group, her parents accept on the condition that Munna sign the divorce papers. Munna agrees and the group has a very successful live debut. On the day of the divorce hearings, Mangalam, now the pop group’s manager fields many calls to replace Harini. When she looks at pictures of all the pretty girls vying to be the group’s new singer, a bout of jealousy strikes her. She gets angry and starts hitting Munna. As they fight, they finally share a kiss. The judge sees this as a sign that she still cares and does not agree to the divorce. Harini and Munna get back together.

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