Ever wondered what will happen if you know your death? To be precise, this movie will give you an idea of what your death will bring along with it. Tears of sorrow are bound to flow. That's natural, but along with that comes the additional baggage,namely, separation, suffering, a question of your family's sustainability - how will a family live without you. Above all, it clearly defines the difference between love and friendship ( your best friend). The person who loves somebody can find another person to love after the former is separated, but you can never get back the best friend who knows you in and out and stands with you through thick and thin. In essence, love is replaceable ( it comes with an answer to the what if question), whereas a best friend is irreplaceable (there is no answer to the what if question). The feelings which enveloped my mind and heart are inexplicable. You need to watch this movie to experience what I am currently feeling. JK ENUM NANBANIN VAAZHKAI deserves a FIVE STAR RATING. A brilliant effort by Cheran, the director to bring out the essence of life and death.