Anbe Aaruyire (2005 film)

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Anbe Aaruyire
Anbe Aaruyire.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed by S.J. Suryah
Produced by S. J. Suryah
Written by S.J. Suryah
Rathnakumar
Screenplay by S.J. Suryah
Story by S.J. Suryah
Starring S.J. Suryah
Nila
Santhanam
Music by A. R. Rahman
Cinematography Venu Isc
Edited by Anthony
Production
company
Annai Mary Madha Creations
Distributed by Oscar Films
Release dates
September 9, 2005
Running time
165 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget INR 9 crores ($2 million)

Anbe Aaruyire (2005) (Tamil: அன்பே ஆருயிரே, English: Darling) is a Tamil language romantic drama film directed by S.J. Suryah. The film stars him, Nila, Urvasi, Santhana Bharathy and Santhanam. The score and soundtrack are composed by A. R. Rahman. The movie was met with controversy even before release due to its original name of "B.F.," which according to the director stood for "best friend" but is also a common acronym for "blue film" in India. A contest was subsequently held in which members of the public were invited to suggest names. The movie was a surprise average hit.

Plot[edit]

Siva (S.J. Suryah) is an investigative scribe who shares a live-in relationship with rich and bratty Madhu (Nila). They have hot-headed run-ins and even hotter patch-ups.

Things come to a head when Madhu starts a restaurant with a brother of her friend. Nosey and envious Siva can't take it, and this causes a split between the duo. Fun starts as the fantasy element appears in the form of their apparitional alter egos. Eventually they come together, but there is plenty of over-the-top entertainment aimed at a post-teen youth audience.

Anbe Aaruyire features the memories of each other in a human look-alike appearances. These memories remind them of their good times and the inner love for each other which help in their reunion.

Cast[edit]

Release[edit]

Anbe Aaruyire passed with A certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification.Anbe Aaruyire received mixed reviews upon release but became a commercial success at the box office.

Soundtrack[edit]

Anbe Aaruyire
Soundtrack album by A. R. Rahman
Released 2005
Recorded Panchathan Record Inn
A.M. Studios
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Five Star Audio
Producer A.R. Rahman
A. R. Rahman chronology
Mangal Pandey: The Rising
(2005)
Anbe Aaruyire
(2005)
Water
(2005)

The soundtrack features six songs composed by music maestro A. R. Rahman and lyrics penned by Vaali.The soundtrack received highly positive reviews from critics and became as one of the most under-rated works of A. R. Rahman

Song Artist(s)
"Anbe Aaruyire" A. R. Rahman
"Mayiliragae" Naresh Iyer, Madhushree
"Varugiraai" Hariharan, K. S. Chithra
"Thigu Thigu" Sadhana Sargam, Blaaze
"Thazhuvudu" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Shreya Ghoshal
"Maram Kothiye" Shankar Mahadevan, Pop Shalini, Vasundhara Das, Blaaze

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