Thotti Jaya

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Thotti Jaya
Thotti Jaya DVD Cover.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed by Durai
Produced by Kalaipuli Dhanu
Written by Durai
Starring Simbhu,
Gopika,
Pradeep Rawat
Vincent Asokan
Music by Harris Jayaraj
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography R. D. Rajasekhar
Edited by Anthony
Distributed by V.Creations
Release date(s) 9 September 2005
Running time 162 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Thotti Jaya is an Indian film released in 2005. It was written and directed by Durai. The soundtrack was composed by Harris Jayaraj.The film received positive reviews and was declared as a super hit.

Plot[edit]

Jayachandran (Simbu) Mukut Pal is an orphan working in a hotel as a helper. It is assumed he gets his title name "Thotti Jaya" as he is found in a garbage bin as an infant. One day he beats and fends off a man who gets into a squbble with the hotel owner. The following night the hotel owner rewards him with cash and dreads him the next morning. He realizes people only respect people they fear. So he walks out from the hotel and reaches chennai. He is spotted by Seena Thana (Pradeep Rawat) and hired as a hench man.In an incident, Jaya gets entangled in a political and police trap. To escape from police, Jaya slips to Calcutta and goes into hiding. Meanwhile Brinda (Gopika), a college lass from Kanyakumari comes to Calcutta on a tour along with her friends. Pimps operating in the red light area of Calcutta take away Brinda. Jaya accidentally meets Brinda when she tries to escape from the gang. He helps Brinda escape from the gang and takes her safely to Kanyakumari. On her way back home by train, Brinda starts admiring Jaya's niceties and gradually falls in love with him. When she expresses her desire, Jaya reciprocates her love, and both decide to enter into wedlock but little does he know that Brindha is actually the daughter of Seena Thana. Jaya takes away Brinda from her house and thus, earns the wrath of Seena Thana. Angered by this, Seena Thana summons his rowdy gangs and plots to bump off Thotti Jaya. How Thottijaya accomplishes his hopes of marrying Brinda is told in the remaining part of the story.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Silambarasan alias Simbhu Jayachandran alias "Thotti Jaya"
Gopika Brinda
Pradeep Rawat Seena Thana

Production[edit]

After finishing Sachein,Kalaipuli Thanu approved the plotline of narrated by V. Z. Durai. Durai wanted Jeevan to play lead role and also conducted test shoots with him but director was not impressed with his performance he replaced him with Simbhu. Thanu was initially reluctant to have him as lead actor since Thanu had misunderstandings with his father T. Rajender during the time of Coolikaaran, later he made up his mind. Nayanthara was initially selected as heroine but she was replaced with Gopika.[1] Simbhu refused to dub for the film after shooting citing salary problems, the problem was resolved in Tamilnadu Producers Council.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

Thotti Jaya
Soundtrack album by Harris Jayaraj
Released 2005
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Harris Jayaraj chronology
Arul
(2004)
Thotti Jaya
(2005)
Ullam Ketkumae
(2005)

There are six songs composed by Harris Jayaraj collaborated with Durai for first and only time. Lyrics written by Na. Muthukumar, Thamarai, kapilan. Yuvan Shankar Raja, who was first signed as the music director,[3] composed one song for the film, not included in the soundtrack and is credited in the title card. "Yaaridamum" was re-used from Harris's own song "Ye Chilipi" from Telugu film Gharshana, remake of Kaakha Kaakha.

Song title Singers
Yaaridamum Harini, Ramesh Vinayagam
Thotta Poweru Da Shankar Mahadevan
Yaari Singaari Karthik, Srilekha Parthasarathy, Sriram Parthasarathy, Ceylon Manohar
Acchu Vellam Karumbe Ranjith, Saindhavi, Shankar Mahadevan
Uyire En Uyire Karthik, Anuradha Sriram, Bombay Jayashri
Theme Music INSTRUMENTS HARRIS
Intha ooru Yuvan shankar raja

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