En Uyir Thozhan
|En Uyir Thozhan|
|Produced by||Jayaraj S. P. Sigamani|
|Edited by||P. Mohanraj|
B. R. Art Films
En Uyir Thozhan (pronounced [en ujiɾ toːɻan]; transl. My dear friend) is a 1990 Indian Tamil-language film directed by Bharathiraja. The film was released on 16 February 1990 with positive reviews but failed at box-office; however it garnered cult following.
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The film revolves around an activist of a political party and his demise.
- Babu as Dharma
- Thennavan as Ramesh
- Rama as Chittu
- Vadivukkarasi as Dharma's sister
- Livingston as Dilli Babu
- Charle as Pangu
The film marked the acting debuts of newcomers Rama, Thennavan and Babu.
The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja, with lyrics by Gangai Amaran. The song "Machi Mannaru" is set in Mayamalavagowla raga.
|1.||"Thambi Nee Nimindhu Parada"||Ilaiyaraaja||Ilaiyaraaja||3:02|
|2.||"Machchi Mannaaru"||Gangai Amaran||Ilaiyaraaja, K. S. Chithra||4:38|
|3.||"Aeh Raasaaththi"||Gangai Amaran||Malaysia Vasudevan||4:54|
|4.||"Kuyilukuppam"||Gangai Amaran||Malaysia Vasudevan, K. S. Chithra||5:00|
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