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Inga Enna Solluthu (English: What does it say here?) is a 2014 Indian Tamil comedy film directed by Vincent Selva, and produced and written by VTV Ganesh who also plays the lead role,[2] with Meera Jasmine and Santhanam in supporting roles. The film released on 30 January 2014 and opened to negative reviews.[3]

Inga Enna Solluthu
Inga Enna Solluthu.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Vincent Selva
Produced by VTV Ganesh
Written by VTV Ganesh
Starring VTV Ganesh
Meera Jasmine
Music by Dharan
Cinematography R. D. Rajasekhar
Edited by Anthony
VTV Productions
Distributed by Sri Thenandal films
Sun Pictures (presenter)[1]
Release date
  • 31 January 2014 (2014-01-31)
Country India
Language Tamil




The first look of Inga Enna Solluthu was released on 14 April 2013 with posters featuring VTV Ganesh, Meera Jasmine and Santhanam. It was revealed that the film would be directed by Vincent Selva, would have R. D. Rajasekhar, Anthony and Dharan handling the cinematography, editing and music respectively.[4] The title of the film is taken from VTV Ganesh's famous line from Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa. The team subsequently shot portions in Singapore.[5] In May 2013, Ganesh roped in Silambarasan to play a guest role in the film and the team shot scenes with the actor in Goa.[6]


Inga Enna Solluthu
Soundtrack album to Inga Enna Solluthu by Dharan Kumar
Released 5 December 2013
Recorded 2013
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Tamil
Label Think Music
Producer Dharan Kumar
Dharan Kumar chronology
Inga Enna Solluthu
Aaha Kalyanam
(2014)Aaha Kalyanam2014

Soundtrack was composed by Dharan Kumar. The audio launch was done in Suryan FM on 5 December 2013.[7][8]

Critical receptionEdit

Baradwaj Rangan wrote, "the episodes are so dull, the screenplay so crude and disjointed that we feel we've smoked some pot and slipped into a surreal dream".[9] The Times of India gave 1.5 stars out of 5 and wrote, "This is the stuff of V Sekar's films in the 90s and some of those...were reasonably entertaining despite the didactic filmmaking...but, this film doesn't really have a clue on what it wants to be — a full-on drama, an existential comedy, or even a dramedy".[10] The New Indian Express wrote, "The quick change of locations, crisp editing and Simbu’s screen presence hold up the film, which, otherwise, would have been a total downer. It was a knot with potential. Selva could have worked out the screenplay in a more interesting manner".[11] Sify wrote, "there isn't anything interesting in it. Director V Selva fails to make it interesting, characterisation is weak and it drags big time".[12]

Rediff gave 1.5 stars out of 5 and called the film "a total waste of time".[13] IANS gave 1 star out of 5 and wrote, "It is not because Ganesh plays the lead that Inga Enna Solludhu is unarguably boring, but because it is a shoddily written story that fails to entertain. It's a film that makes a success story look like a joke on screen".[14] Deccan Herald wrote, "V T V Ganesh turns Inga Enna Solludhu into a putrefied ego trip, soaked in self-pity, thanks to director Vincent Selva pandering Ganesh’s whims without much qualms about his own reputation".[15]


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