Anjala (film)

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Theatrical release poster
Directed byThangam Saravanan
Produced byDhilip Subbarayan
Written byThangam Saravanan
Music byGopi Sunder
CinematographyRavi Kannan
Edited byPraveen K. L.
Distributed byAuraa Cinemas
Release date
12 February 2016

Anjala is a 2016 Tamil-language comedy-drama film[1] directed by Thangam Saravanan and produced by Dhilip Subbarayan. Vimal and Nandita feature in the leading roles, while Gopi Sunder composes the film's music.[2]


Special appearances in Promotional song by :


Produced by stunt choreographer Dhilip Subbarayan, Anjala began production in December 2013 with Vimal, Nanditha and Pasupathi in the cast. The film's cinematography will be handled by Ravi Kannan, editing by Praveen-Srikanth and music by Gopi Sundar. Dhilip’s father Super Subbarayan will handle the action segments of Anjala.[3] The film experienced production delays and was later finalised to release during February 2016.


Soundtrack album by
Released19 November 2015
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSony Music
ProducerGopi Sundar
Gopi Sundar chronology
Bangalore Naatkal

The film's music and soundtrack was composed by Gopi Sundar. The soundtrack features five songs, the lyrics for which are written by Na Muthukumar, Yugabharati, Gangai Amaran, Yegathasi and Lalithanand. Behindwoods rated the album 2.75 out of 5 and called it "Anjala is a decent fun album that stays honest to its folksy aroma!".[4]

Track listing
1."Nakkalu Maama"Na. MuthukumarNanda, Santosh Hariharan, Pooja AV, Sai, Azhagesan, Tamil & Muthu Chamy5:12
2."Kanjadai"YugabharathiV. V. Prassanna, Vandana Srinivasan4:54
3."Yaarai Ketpadhu"Na. MuthukumarGangai Amaren4:50
4."Ayyankuli"YegadesiMukesh, Tamil, Thala Muthu, Raaja, Karuppan & Pichai Arasan4.47
5."Tea Podu"LalithanandDeva4:26

Critical reception[edit]

Times of India rated the film 3 out of 5 and wrote "Anjala is an uneven film, with filmmaking that is hardly remarkable and a script that lacks finesse and focus. Yet, the film makes it clear right in the initial scenes that it is more interested in going after our emotions."[5] The Hindu wrote "The foundation on which Anjala is built, is wonderful. But alas. If only the ambition of the makers was to create something more substantial."[6] Behindwoods wrote "In a nutshell, Anjala might remind you of a similar spot that might have existed in your town too, but it does not drive you to go back there although that may have been the intention of the director."[7] Hindustan Times wrote "As much as the theme of Anjala may be unique, the film’s scripting and treatment leave a lot to be desired."[8] Moviecrow wrote "Anjala is an honest attempt with an excellent intent. But intent alone never suffices".[9] Silverscreen wrote "A fascinating plot, marred with unnecessary elements like an insipid romance, some crass comedy, and the juvenile treatment of the screenplay leaves us with one overriding thought."[10]


  1. ^ "Anjala on Feb 12". Retrieved 2017-05-15.
  2. ^ "`Anjala`". Retrieved 2014-07-20.
  3. ^ "Dilip Subbarayan to turn producer in Anjalai". Retrieved 2014-07-20.
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