Ragasiyamai

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Ragasiyamai
Directed by Amudhan
Produced by John Pandian
Graham
Written by C. N. R. Manoharan
Starring Prasanna
Neelam Singh
Music by Karthik Raja
Production
company
Art and Heart Movie Makers
Release dates
  • 27 September 2003 (2003-09-27)
Country India
Language Tamil

Ragasiyamai is a 2003 Tamil romantic film directed by Amudhan. The film features Prasanna and Neelan in the lead roles, while Karunas and Ilavarasu played supporting roles. The film released in 2003 to a below average response at the box office.[1]

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film has Prasanna, in his second film, and newcomer Neelam Singh in the lead roles. The film was extensively shot in Gujarat and was set in the backdrop of the 2001 Gujarat earthquake. The team shot in the earthquake devastated village of Adhoi in Gujarat and became the first crew in fifty years to go there for a film shooting. A stage came where the crew had to seek police help to continue shooting due to crowd trouble.[2]

Release[edit]

A critic noted that " very bad performance by Prasanna, there is a long way to go for him. As for his female lead Neelam, her looks and acting is the highlight of the film. The storyline is fresh and appealing."[3] The film's low key release meant that the film went unnoticed at the box office.

Soundtrack[edit]

Ragasiyamai
Soundtrack album by Karthik Raja
Genre Feature film soundtrack

The soundtrack of the film was composed by Karthik Raja.

Track-list
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Raavodu Raawa"   Tippu, Amudhan, JP. John, Shekar  
2. "Thevayilla Thevayilla"   Tippu  
3. "Kadhal Manniley"   Karthik Raja  
4. "Kangalum Kangalum"   Vijay Prakash, Bhavatharini  
5. "Oduthey Oduthey"   Karthik Raja, Shreya Ghoshal  

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