Kizhakku Cheemayile

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Kizhakku Cheemayile
Kizhakku Cheemayile Poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Bharathiraja
Produced by S. Thanu
Written by M. Rathnakumar (dialogues)
Screenplay by Bharathiraja
Story by M. Rathnakumar
Starring Vijayakumar
Radhika
Napoleon
Vignesh
Vadivelu
Music by A. R. Rahman
Cinematography B. Kannan
Edited by Pazhani Vel
Production
company
V Creations
Distributed by V Creations
Release dates November 13, 1993
Running time 147 mins
Country India
Language Tamil

Kizhakku Cheemayile (English: In the Eastern Town) is a 1993 Tamil film directed by Bharathiraaja. It has music composed by A. R. Rahman. The film involves a touching sentimental story between a brother and a sister. Radhika and Vijayakumar have been highly praised for their roles in the film. The film was one among Deepavali releases of 1993. Later it was remade in Telugu in 1994 as Palnati Pourusham.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Script and dialogue writer M. Rathna Kumar first approached S. Thanu to produce this film. Thanu liked the script. worked on it with him and then asked him to narrate it to Bharathirajaa, saying he is the appropriate person to direct the film. The project became a reality after he came on board.

The film was made on first copy basis by Bharathirajaa for the producer at a cost of INR80 lakhs. Originally, Rajkiran was considered for the role of Maayaandi. However, when his salary expectation was too high, Vijayakumar was finally selected for the role.

Vadivelu was paid a small amount for the film. However, after acting in the film in the character of Occhu, he stated that this film's success would establish his career, which it did. Producer S. Thanu advertised the film using only Bharathirajaa, A. R. Rahman and Vairamuthu in the wall posters on the launch date as they were more popular than the artistes. For the first time, computerised digital designing method was used to print posters and publicity materials.[1]

Music[edit]

Kizhakku Cheemayile
Film score by A. R. Rahman
Released 1993
Recorded Panchathan Record Inn
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Pyramid
A. R. Rahman chronology
Gentleman
(1993)
Kizhakku Cheemayile
(1993)
Uzhavan
(1993)

Score[edit]

The lyrical voyage of the film has been enhanced by the rural background score in the film and songs have been composed by A.R.Rahman

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack was composed by A. R. Rahman and lyrics written by Vairamuthu. Kizhakku Cheemayile was the first film that introduced the combo of Bharathiraja & A.R. Rahman. All songs were based on Tamil folk, unlike the previous works by Rahman which were based in classical music from Western culture. The audio of Kizhakku Cheemayile and Uzhavan, both by Rahman was released on the same day. Rahman composed soundtracks for this movie featuring 6 songs. "Kathaazha Kaattu Vazhi" won Jayachandran, a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Male Playback.[2][3]

Track # Song Artist(s) Length
1 "Maanooththu Manthaiyile" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Sasirekha 5:15
2 "Aathangara Marame" Mano, Sujatha 4:54
3 "Edhukku Pondatti" Shahul Hameed, T. K. Kala, Sunandha 4:13
4 "Then Kizhakku Cheemayile I" Chitra, Malaysia Vasudevan 5:41
5 "Kathaazha Kaattu Vazhi" Jayachandran, S. Janaki 5:41
6 "Then Kizhakku Cheemayile II" Chitra, Malaysia Vasudevan 1:39

References[edit]

  1. ^ G. Dhananjayan (2011). "Kizhakku Cheemayile [Page 1]". The Best of Tamil Cinema: 1977 to 2010 (Galatta Media): 155–157. 
  2. ^ "Jayachandran, The Magic Is Back!". Lokvani.com. 21 October 2003. Archived from the original on 12 December 2013. Retrieved 12 December 2013. 
  3. ^ http://www.hindu.com/fr/2008/06/20/stories/2008062050350300.htm

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