Rajakali Amman

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Rajakali Amman
Directed byRama Narayanan
Produced byPushpa Kandaswamy
Written byPugazhmani (dialogues)
Story byRama Narayanan
StarringKaran
Ramya Krishnan
Kausalya
Nizhalgal Ravi
Vadivelu
Music byS. A. Rajkumar
CinematographyN. K. Viswanathan
Edited byRaajgeerthi
Production
company
Distributed byAadhi Bhagavan Films
Release date
  • 14 April 2000 (2000-04-14)
Running time
119 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Raja Kaliamman (Tamil: ராஜ காளியம்மன்) is a Tamil Devotional Film released in 2000.

Plot[edit]

A simple minded women named Meena her brother Gopal and their pet snake, lives will soon be changed when they look out for the village goddess who is forced out of her temple in a nearby village. They all flourish because of the blessings of the maa but these days are over when Meena weds an evil man named Seemadorai, who is not who he really says he is, and without the goddesses blessings.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Raja Kaliamman
Soundtrack album by
Released1999 (1999)
GenreFilm Soundtrack
LanguageTamil

Soundtrack was composed by S. A. Rajkumar.[1]

No. Song Singers Lyrics
1 Kalyanam Thevayillai Mano Pazhani Bharathi
2 Puthukottai Bhuvaneswari K. S. Chithra Kalidasan
3 Santhana Malligaiyil I Vadivelu, Swarnalatha Kalaikumar
4 Santhana Malligaiyil II S. A. Rajkumar, Swarnalatha
5 Thangachi En Krishnaraj Vairamuthu
6 Dhanam Tharum Chorus Kalidasan
7 Amman Dance Instrumental

Reception[edit]

The Hindu wrote "The story is old, the way the characters enact their roles is ancient, and melodrama is predominant, especially in Vadivelu's expressions."[2] BBThots called it "another movie that pushes tamil movies even further backward along the progressive line".[3] Chennai Online wrote "This film with its snakes, good and evil, and the Goddess all seem to be in the director’s favourite genre. Not a very intelligent audience in mind when he made this film! What is surprising is that such a film could come from the production house of a K. Balachander!".[4]

References[edit]

External links[edit]