Vaseegara (film)

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Vaseegara Vijay Movie.jpg
Directed by K. Selva Bharathy
Story by Trivikram Srinivas
Starring Vijay
Music by S. A. Rajkumar
Cinematography Balasubramaniem
Edited by V. T. Vijayan
Shots N' Stills Ltd
Release date(s) January 15, 2003
Running time 176 minutes
Language Tamil

Vaseegara is a 2003 Tamil film directed by K. Selva Bharathy, which is a remake of the successful 2001 Telugu film, Nuvvu Naaku Nachav. The film featured Vijay and Sneha in the leading roles, while Vadivelu, Nassar and Manivannan played other pivotal roles. The film released on 15 January 2003 with mixed reviews.The movie was remade into Bengali titled, Majnu, directed by Rajib Biswas, starring Hiran Chatterjee, Srabanti Chatterjee.


Bhoopathy comes to Chennai looking for a job. Viswanathan, being a very good friend of his father Mani, invites him to his house and he becomes a part of their family. Vishwanathan's daughter Priya, who is engaged to another guy, hates Bhoopathy initially but starts to love him, later expressing her love for him which he refuses, even though he loves her too but keeps his distance because he doesn't want to let down his father's friendship. Finally, her love is accepted by him and all of their family.



K. Selva Bharathy, who had previously worked with Vijay in Ninaithen Vandhai and Priyamaanavale, opted to remake the 2001 Telugu hit Nuvvu Naaku Nachav into Tamil with his previous film Priyamaanavale's cast Vijay and Simran. But Sneha was signed on to be a part of the film after becoming one of the Tamil film industry's most sought after actresses during 2001 and 2002.[1] Gayatri Jayaraman was also signed on to play a supporting role.[2]

A song from the film was canned in New Zealand, while filming was also carried out in Ooty, Tamil Nadu[3][4] and scenes were shot at Birla Planetarium and MGM Dizzee world.[5]


The Hindu gave the film mixed review claiming that "the story may be a retold version — but the screenplay, dialogue and direction are K. Selva Bharathy's", but adds that "the last few scenes are a real drag."[6] Another critic from entertainment portal,, revealed that "the problem with this film is the weak script and the plot was fairly predictable. Vijay saves the movie from being unbearable".[7] The film opened alongside several prominent films such as the Vikram starrer Dhool and the Kamal Haasan-Madhavan starrer Anbe Sivam.[8]


Soundtrack album by S. A. Rajkumar
Released 2002
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Song Artist
"Aaha Enparkal" Shankar Mahadevan
"Poopola Theepola" Hariharan
"Oru Thadavai Sollvaya" Hariharan, Chinmayi
"Marriage Endral" Karthik
"Nenjam Oru Murai" [], Mahalakshmi
"Venaam Venaam" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam


  1. ^ "A charming persona". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 2002-11-27. 
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  3. ^ "Films add glamour to harvest festival". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 2003-01-10. 
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  6. ^ "Vaseegara". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 2003-01-31. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 
  7. ^ " - Vaseegara Review.". Retrieved 2012-08-06. 
  8. ^ "Dhool Poised To Be Huge Hit". Rediff. 2003-01-23. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 

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