Kadhal Samrajyam

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Kadhal Samrajyam
Directed by Agathiyan
Produced by Subbu Panchu
Written by Agathiyan
Starring Aravind Akash
Anjana Sukhani
SPB Charan
Yugendran
Santhoshi
Venkat Prabhu
Goutham
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Edited by Lancy Mohan
Release dates
Soundtrack:
July 19, 2002
Country India
Language Tamil

Kadhal Samrajyam is an unreleased Tamil comedy film which was shot from 2001 onwards. The film, directed by Agathiyan and produced by Panchu Arunachalam's son, Subbu Panchu, starred an array of children of famous actors and technicians. The film was launched and completed in 2002 and is ready for release, but, despite the release of the soundtrack and the trailer, it is yet to see the lights of day. It should have been the debut film of Aravind, Charan, Anjana, Venkat Prabhu and Santhoshi, but due to the delay of the film's release they got introduced into the film industry in different ways and through other films.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film was directed by Agathiyan and produced by Panchu Arunachalam's son, Subbu Panchu, who made his debut as a lone producer. The film starred an array of children of famous actors and technicians with singer S. P. Balasubramaniam's son, SPB Charan playing a pivotal role. Aravind Akash, son of popular dancer Susheela Neethi and daughter of TV artist Poornam, Santhoshi, played other lead roles Furthermore singer Malaysia Vasudevan's son, Yugendran and Gangai Amaren's son Venkat Prabhu as well as Goutham, son of late actor 'Major' Sunderrajan played supporting roles. The film also featured Anjana Sukhani, a newcomer from Mumbai,[1][2][3] in the leading female role. The film was launched and completed in 2002 and was ready for release, but, despite the release of the soundtrack and the trailer, it was shelved due to financial problems. It could have been the debut film of Aravind, Charan, Anjana, Venkat Prabhu and Santhoshi, but due to the delay of the film's release they got introduced into the film industry in different ways and through other films.

The film became the third successive film featuring Charan, Venkat Prabhu and Yugendran to become an unreleased venture, with the first being Poonjolai which was directed by Gangai Amaran in 1996. The film which featured Venkat Prabhu in the lead role alongside Sangeetha in her debut started in April 1996 but remained unreleased, despite Ilayaraaja's soundtrack for the film becoming available.[4][5] Charan and Venkat Prabhu then featured in Premji Amaren's Wanted, with music by Yuvan Shankar Raja, which also featured their fathers in supporting roles.[6] That film also failed to release and the pair teamed up in two further films, Unnai Saranadainthaen and Vasantham Vandhachu, before becoming popular.

Soundtrack[edit]

Kadhal Samrajyam
Soundtrack album by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Released
July 19, 2002 (India)
Recorded 2002
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 29:53
Label Best Audio
Producer Yuvan Shankar Raja
Yuvan Shankar Raja chronology
Junior Senior
(2002)
Kadhal Samrajyam
(2002)
April Maadhathil
(2002)

The soundtrack, which was released on July 19, 2002, features 8 songs composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja with lyrics written by director Agathiyan himself.[7]

No. Song Singers Length (m:ss) Notes
1 Kalluri Padam Shankar Mahadevan 01:32
2 Iru Kangal Balram, Gopika Poornima 04:49
3 Sithanna Vasal S. P. Balasubramaniam, Sujatha 04:53
4 Thozha Thozha Karthik 03:57
5 Vidinjakka Kannalam Chitra Sivaraman 04:20
6 Mullai Poo SPB Charan, Venkat Prabhu, Yugendran 04:33
7 Yarum Ariya Pavithra 05:16
8 Salsa - Theme Music Instrumental 01:33

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Youthful line-up". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 2002-07-05. Retrieved 2008-12-26. 
  2. ^ "A success team reunites". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 2002-04-26. Retrieved 2008-12-26. 
  3. ^ http://web.archive.org/web/20020924122516/http://www.chennaionline.com/location/ksamrajiyam.asp
  4. ^ "Tamil Nadu / Chennai News : Actor Sangeetha content with her success". The Hindu. 2006-08-03. Retrieved 2011-10-21. 
  5. ^ "1997-98 Kodambakkam babies Page". Indolink.com. Retrieved 2011-10-21. 
  6. ^ "A-Z (V)". Indolink.com. Retrieved 2011-10-21. 
  7. ^ "Youthful line-up". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 2002-07-05. 

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