|Directed by||K. Subash|
|Written by||K. Subash|
Manivannan (Dialogues )
|Produced by||K. Subash|
|Starring|| Ajith Kumar |
Nesam (transl. Affection) is a 1997 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by K. Subash. The film stars Ajith Kumar and Maheswari, while Goundamani, Senthil and Manivannan among others play other pivotal roles. It was released on 15 January 1997 and became a commercial failure.  
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Music was composed by Deva. 
|1.||"O Ranganatha"||Palani Bharathi||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra||5:00|
|3.||"Madonna Varuvala"||Palani Bharathi||Mano, Swarnalatha||5:06|
|4.||"Natchathira Bangla"||Palani Bharathi||Deva, Subha||5:03|
|5.||"Thuli Thuli"||Palani Bharathi||Mano, Mary George||5:59|
R. P. R. of Kalki praised Manivannan's dialogues and Goundamani's comedy but panned the acting of Ajith and Maheswari and concluded the makers tried to create a rice out of mixing everything.  Two years after release, the producers were given a ₹5 lakh subsidy by the then Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi along with ten other films. 
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