Priyamaana Thozhi (English: Lovable Female Friend) is a 2003 Tamil film written directed by Vikraman and produced by AVM Studios. The film stars Madhavan, Jyothika and Sreedevi Vijayakumar in the lead roles while Vineeth, Livingston and Manivannan playing other supporting roles. The film's music is composed by S. A. Rajkumar, while S. Saravanan handled the camera. The film opened simultaneously alongside the Telugu version of the film, Vasantham, in July 2003 to an average response critically and commercially.
Ashok (Madhavan) and Julie (Sridevi Vijaykumar) have been friends ever since childhood and they don't share any love interest. Ashok falls in love with Nandini (Jyothika), a rich girl with whom he marries, and although Julie's closeness to Ashok initially irritates Nandini, she subsequently accepts it.
Julie falls in love with a guy called Michael D'Souza (Vineeth), a cricketer who's hoping for a place in the Indian cricket team and Ashok happens to be his main opponent.
When Ashok gets selected, Michael's father strikes a deal with Ashok that the marriage between his son and Julie will only take place if Ashok steps down and let Michael substitute him and for Ashok to cut friendship with Julie so he doesn't interfere in Michaels and Julies way, to which Ashok agrees.
Ashok acts as an unwilling person to his friend Julie. Julie decides to quit staying at Ashok's house and plans to stay in Michael's house. Ashok plans to sell his property and give the amount to Julie.
Atlast Ashok and his wife Nandini plan to go to Mumbai as Ashok's friend says that he can arrange a job for Ashok. Ashok and his wife vacate their house without informing to his friend Julie. Julie and Michael come to know the true reason why Ashok is leaving Chennai.
Julie and Michael go to railway station to find Ashok and will not be able to find him. Julie sings a song and it is heard by Ashok causing them to unite. Ashok finally plays for Indian team and their children start next generation friendship and the movie ends on a happy note.