Darling is a 2015 Tamil horror comedy movie directed by debutant Sam Anton and produced by Allu Aravind and K. E. Gnanavel Raja. The film features composer G. V. Prakash Kumar, in his acting debut, and Nikki Galrani in is Tamil debut in the lead roles, with the former also composing the film’s music. A remake of the 2013 Telugu film Prema Katha Chitram, the film was released on 15 January 2015. It got positive reviews and became a blockbuster at the box office.
Kathir,Nisha and Kumaran plan to commit suicide together because they feel like failures. However, they want to fulfill their last wishes before doing so. Nisha wants to steal a new car, and Kathir wants to slap the local MLA in his own house. After Nisha and Kathir fulfill their last wishes, the trio escapes from the police and flees to a nearby resort. There, they find Athisaya Raj, who also wishes to commit suicide, and he joins them as they travel to a farmhouse. Once they arrive, Kumaran and Nisha plan to postpone their suicides for three days in order to prevent Kathir’s suicide, as Nisha has fallen in love with him.
Their plan succeeds, and in those three days, the four get close to each other. Kathir develops feelings for Nisha, but hesitates to tell her in fear of humiliation. At the end of the third day, Kumaran asks Nisha to kiss Kathir to divert him from suicide. He meanwhile requests that Kathir kisses Nisha, telling him that Nisha wants to experience her first kiss before dying. Kathir accepts, with shame and shyness. As Kathir tries to kiss Nisha, a ghost enters her body, forcing Kathir away. Flabbergasted, Kathir runs out of the room. Whenever Nisha reveals her feelings to Kathir and he responds by hugging or touching her, the ghost enters her body and scares Kathir away. Unaware of the ghost, Nisha grows depressed. When Kumaran hears Kathir describing Nisha as a ghost, he rushes to Nisha’s room to scold her and tell her to apologize to Kathir, only for the ghost to enter her body and thrash him. That night, Raj too experiences the ghost’s fury at its villainous worst. The trio decides to distance themselves from Nisha and to always stay together.
Directed by Sam Anton
Produced by Allu Aravind & K. E. Gnanavel Raja
Written by Maruthi Dasari & Sam Anton
Starring G. V. Prakash Kumar, Nikki Galrani, Karunas, Bala Saravanan
Music by G. V. Prakash Kumar
Cinematography Krishnan Vasant
Edited by Ruben
Production Geetha Arts & Studio Green
Distributed by Dream Factory
Release dates 15 January 2015
Running time 126 minutes
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