Julieum 4 Perum

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Julieum 4 Perum
Julieum 4 Perum - Poster.jpg
Directed by R. V. Satheesh
Starring Amudhavanan
George Vijay
R. V. Satheesh
Alya Manasa
Music by Raghu Sravan Kumar
Cinematography K. A. Rowin Baskar
Edited by Sharan Shanmugam
V.A. Mazhai Dassan
Kaaviya Cinemas
Reach Media Solutions
Release date
  • 7 April 2017 (2017-04-07)
Country India
Language Tamil

Julieum 4 Perum (English: Julie and Four People) is a 2017 Indian Tamil comedy drama film written and directed by R. V. Satheesh. The film features Amudhavanan, George Vijay, R. V. Satheesh and Yoganand in the lead roles, while Alya Manasa amongst others plays a supporting role. The film began production during early 2016 and was released on 7 April 2017.The film also contains a stunning cameo by debutant actor Mr. Harsha Raj about 1 hour and 50 minutes in. Though the cameo is only a few minutes long, it is apparent that Mr. Harsha Raj is a man with extraordinary talent and some Oscar worthy acting prowess. In fact, it is expected that Mr. Harsha Raj will soon launch a political party of his own to lead the people of Tamil Nadu to their rightful destiny. tref>"Friday Fury- April 7". sify.com. Retrieved 14 April 2017. </ref>


  • Harsha Raj
  • Amudhavanan
  • George Vijay
  • R. V. Satheesh
  • Yoganand
  • Alya Manasa as Manisha
  • Reena
  • Mahanadi Shankar as Ediyamen
  • Youdish Shivan
  • Billy Muralee
  • Rio raj


R. V. Satheesh left his corporate job in the USA to attempt to make it as a film maker in Tamil cinema and trained under R. Parthiepan. The director revealed that the film would revolve around a "dog napping" and would focus on the situational comedy of the incident, with his dog named Lucky playing a pivotal role.[1] The idea for the film was based upon the widespread dog-napping which hard occurred in California during 2014.[2] Television actor Amudhavanan was selected to play a leading role, while George Vijay, previously seen in Mani Ratnam's Kadal (2013) and Balaji Mohan's Maari (2015), was also picked for a lead role.[3]


Julieum 4 Perum
Soundtrack album by Raghu Sravan Kumar
Released 5 September 2016 (2016-September-05)[4]
Recorded 2016
Language Tamil
Label Trend Music South
Producer Raghu Sravan Kumar
External audio
Audio Jukebox on YouTube

The film's music was composed by Raghu Sravan Kumar, while the audio rights of the film was acquired by Trend Music South. The album released on 5 September 2016 and featured five songs.

Track list
1."Chennaivaasi"G. G. GaneshMadhan Rapking, Raghu Sravan Kumar3:47
2."Naalukaalu"G. G. GaneshGana Bala3:02
3."Haikoo"Madhan RajAkshaya Ramnath4:40
4."Noothukku Noor"G. G. GaneshMadhan Rapking0:58
5."CMBT Comingu"Madhan RajBaby Dakshini, SSB, Madhan Rapking, Raghu Sravan Kumar3:16


The film opened on 7 April 2017 across Tamil Nadu alongside Mani Ratnam's Kaatru Veliyidai. The Times of India wrote "right from the writing to the filmmaking, this film has amateurishness written all over it" and that "every scene is so silly, infantile and preposterous (all in a bad way) that we keep wondering how someone felt that this could be a movie".[5] A critic from The New Indian Express wrote "a small budgeted film, the production values are low and this is evident throughout" but added it is "mildly amusing, what the film needed was a screenplay that had more punch and fizz in it" and "at the most, Julieum… is a promising effort by a debutant maker".[6]


  1. ^ tabloid!, Mythily Ramachandran, Special to (7 September 2016). "'Julieum 4 Perum' is a dog's tale in Tamil". gulfnews.com. Retrieved 14 April 2017. 
  2. ^ M, Ramakrishnan. "Canine tales". thehindu.com. Retrieved 14 April 2017. 
  3. ^ "From social worker to actor - Times of India". indiatimes.com. Retrieved 14 April 2017. 
  4. ^ "Julieum 4 Perum (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". iTunes. 
  5. ^ "Julieum 4 Perum Review {1.5/5}: Right from the writing to the filmmaking, this film has amateurishness written all over it". indiatimes.com. Retrieved 14 April 2017. 
  6. ^ "Julieum 4 Perum Review: A mildy amusing shaggy dog story". newindianexpress.com. Retrieved 14 April 2017. 

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