Jil Jung Juk (English: The Good, The Average, The Unworthy) is a 2016 Indian Tamil Western comedy film directed by Deeraj Vaidy, starring Siddharth, Avinash Raghudevan and Sananth Reddy in the leading roles. This will be the 25th all films of Siddharth. Originally set to release on 25 December 2015, the film was postponed to 2016 due to the crew’s efforts in assisting victims of the Chennai floodings.
“Jil Jung Juk,” which is a famous gibberish phrase popularised by Vadivelu in Shankar’s “Kadhalan,” is a quirky dark-comedy film. The interesting part of the flick is that it does not have an actress. The movie has Vishal Chandrashekhar’s music, Shreyaas Krishna’s cinematography and Kurtz Schneider’s editing.
“Jil Jung Juk” tells the story of three youths Jil aka Nanjil Sivaji, Jung aka Jambulingam, and Juk aka Jaguar Jagan, and their journey towards their goal. The story is inspired by three elements mass, length, and time from physics.
The story is set in 2020, when the economic crisis creates huge demand for petrol and money. Gangster Deiva Nayagam, played on screen by Amarendran, hatches a brilliant plan to smuggle cocaine and he seeks the help of scientist Marunthu (Balaji Perumal) to convert the illegal drug into a chemical, which will be used to paint an Ambassador car.
Then, the gangster hires Jil, Junk and Juk to deliver the car to the Chinese drug mafia in Hyderabad. What happens next is the interesting part of the story.
Directed by Deeraj Vaidy
Produced by Siddharth
Written by Deeraj Vaidy & Mohan Ramakrishnan
Starring Siddharth, Avinash Raghudevan, Sananth Reddy, Radha Ravi
Music by Vishal Chandrashekhar
Cinematography Shreyaas Krishna
Edited by Kurtz Schneider
Production Etaki Entertainment
Release dates 12 February 2016
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