Maya (1999 film)
|Directed by||Rama Narayanan|
|Produced by||N. Radha|
|Written by||Pugazhmani (Tamil dialogues),|
K. Seetharam (Kannada dialogues)
|Screenplay by||Rama Narayanan|
|Music by||R. R. G|
|Cinematography||W. R. Chandran|
|15 January 1999|
Maya is a 1999 trilingual devotional film, produced and directed by Rama Narayanan. The film featured Napolean alongside Nagma, while S. P. Balasubrahmanyam plays a supporting role. The venture was simultaneously shot in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada, with the other versions being titled as Gurupoornima and Jayasurya respectively, with scenes overlapping. The Tamil version was dubbed in Hindi as Sai Tere Maya. The films, which had music composed by R. R. G, opened in January, 1999.
- Napolean as Prathap (Suriya in Kannada)
- Nagma as Lakshmi
- S. P. Balasubrahmanyam as Bomma Rangan
- Tennis Krishna
- Rami Reddy as Bangaar Rao
- Vadivukkarasi as Anitha
- Girish Karnad
- Sheela as Jayasurya
The soundtrack was composed by P. R. G.
The Tamil and Kannada versions were released in 1999, with the Telugu version released shortly thereafter.
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