Balle Vellaiyathevaa

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Balle Vellaiyathevaa
Balle Vellaiyathevaa.jpg
Directed byP. Solai Prakash
Produced bySasikumar
Written byP. Solai Prakash
Kovai Sarala
Leesha Eclairs
Sangili Murugan
Bala Singh
Music byDarbuka Siva
CinematographyRavindranatha Guru
Edited byPraveen Antony
Distributed byCompany Productions
Release date
  • 23 December 2016 (2016-12-23)

Balle Vellaiyathevaa is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by P. Solai Prakash. The film is produced by Sasikumar, who also stars in the lead role, alongside Tanya, while Rohini, Kovai Sarala, Leesha Eclairs, Sangili Murugan, and Bala Singh appear in supporting roles.



Following the release of Kidaari (2016), Sasikumar announced that he would produce and star in a film to be directed by newcomer Prakash. The film began its shoot in Theni in the middle of September 2016.[1] Kovai Sarala and Sangili Murugan were signed on to play supporting roles, before actress Tanya was signed on to play the lead female role.[2] Darbuka Siva and Ravi were signed on as music composer and cinematographer, respectively. Ravi used Red Weapon 8K for the first time in Tamil film industry.[3][4]

The film was reported to be titled Alapparai, before the title Balle Vellaiyathevaa was confirmed in November 2016.[5][6]


Aasa Theera Aadikkalam Kovai Sarala, Sathyaprakash 4:06 2 Balle Vellaiya Thevaa Sathyaprakash, Shilpa Natarajan 3:06 3 Kan Vatchutta Haricharan, Sanjana Divaker Kalmanje 3:54 4 Balle Vellaiya Thevaa (Club Mix) Sathyaprakash, Shilpa Natarajan 3:06


Film critic Baradwaj Rangan wrote, "There’s no effort in any department of filmmaking, and we’re just left with the sight of M Sasikumar angling for an easy B/C-centre hit. No one can grudge him that, and not every film can be a Subramaniapuram, but is a little quality control too much to expect?"[7]


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  7. ^ ""Balle Vellaiya Thevaa"… Barely any laughs for a "comedy"". Baradwaj Rangan. 23 December 2016. Retrieved 6 January 2017.

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