Directed by A. Venkatesh
Suhasini Mani Ratnam
Music by Deva
Release date(s) 2001
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About Film: Chocolate (2001) is a Tamil film directed by A. Venkatesh. The film stars Prashanth, Jaya Re, Livingston, Suhasini Mani Ratnam, Dhamu and Charlie. The film's score and soundtrack are set to be composed by Deva. The film did well in 2001. It is produced by director, A. Venkatesh.
Story: Boy meets girl. It's love at first sight. He has no clue who she is -- enter good friends to help in the search. Once located, the girl (Jaya Re) tells the boy (Prashanth) that she would like to try a trial-romance for a week. And if it clicks, they can make a commitment for the long term. Elsewhere, you have Assistant Commissioner of Police Livingstone (who happens to be Prashanth's best buddy) and Suhasini. Married, but apart, yet not legally divorced. Livingstone wants his wife back, she isn't having any of it. And, surprise, surprise, no surprise -- Jaya Re happens to be their daughter. Albeit staying in a hostel because, if you please, she has vowed not to acknowledge them as her parents unless and until they get back together. The hero, of course, is blissfully unaware of all this. Meanwhile, Livingstone is busy telephoning his daughter to try and convince her to give up this trial romance business and go for broke because the guy is pure, 24 carat gold. The daughter dutifully accepts papa's recommendation. Meanwhile again, a London-based boy offers for Livingstone's daughter. And Prashanth vows he will get Suhasini to agree -- little knowing that the girl in question is his own lady love.