Rajakumaran (film)

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Movie poster
Directed by R. V. Udayakumar
Produced by Prabhu
Written by Gokula Krishnan (dialogues)
Screenplay by R. V. Udayakumar
Story by Sujatha Udhayakumar
Starring Prabhu
Captain Raju
Music by Ilaiyaraaja
Cinematography Abdul Rahman
Edited by B. S. Nagaraj
N. Kapilan
Release date
14 January 1994
Running time
145 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Rajakumaran (English: Prince) is a 1994 Tamil language drama film directed by R. V. Udayakumar. The film features Prabhu, Meena and Nadhiya in lead roles. The film was released on 14 January 1994 coinciding with Thai Pongal. The film was Prabhu's 100th film and was produced by Sivaji Productions.[1][2] It was dubbed in Telugu as Hello Bava.[3]


Rajakumaran (Prabhu) is the son of the village chief (Vijayakumar). Yuvaraj (Nassar) hates Rajakumaran and his village. Selvi (Meena) and Vaidehi (Nadhiya) are in love with their cousin Rajakumaran but he chooses Vaidehi. Selvi decides to sacrifice her love due to which her father Selvaraj (Captain Raju) refuses to give his property to village people as promised. To give away the property, his only request is that Rajakumaran get married to Selvi. Selvi convinces Rajakumaran to lie, he lies to her father and he gets the property. Later, Vaidehi commits suicide and Rajakumaran reveals his lie. One day, some goons decide to put a bomb and Rajakumaran saves the village. The village thinks that the culprit was Thangaraj (Thyagu) because he wanted to take revenge against Rajakumaran for his lie. Angry, Thangaraj insults Rajakumaran's father in public and Rajakumaran's father dies. Yuvaraj asks Selvaraj and Thangaraj permission to marry Selvi, and they accept. The village is against the marriage. A man (R. V. Udayakumar) comes and says that a deaf-mute girl, who learnt to read and to write, was the witness to Vaidehi's murder by Yuvaraj. On the day of the marriage, Yuvaraj cancels the marriage and decides to humiliate Selvi. Rajakumaran saves her and decides to marry her.



Soundtrack album by Ilaiyaraaja
Released 1994
Recorded 1993
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 33:36
Label Pyramid
Producer Ilaiyaraaja

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Ilaiyaraaja. The soundtrack, released in 1994, features 7 tracks with lyrics written by, the director himself, R. V. Udayakumar. The song 'Ennavendru Solvathamma' was inspired from the M.S.Viswanathan's song 'Athai Madi Methaiyadi' from the film Karpagam, Ilayaraja himself has told this in the T.V interview.[4][5] All songs are blockbusters.

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 'Aadi Varattum' S. P. Balasubramaniam, K. S. Chithra 5:16
2 'Chinna Chinna Sol Eduthu' K. J. Yesudas, S. Janaki 5:08
3 'Ennavendru Solvathamma' S. P. Balasubramaniam 5:04
4 'Kaatule Kambakaatule' S. P. Balasubramaniam, S. Janaki 5:01
5 'Pottu Vachathu Yaaru' S. P. Balasubramaniam 4:01
6 'Rajakumara Rajakumara' Mano, Sunandha 4:25
7 'Sithagathi Pookale' S. P. Balasubramaniam, K. S. Chithra 4:41


Though its soundtrack was a huge success, the film failed to click at the box office.[6]


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  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smoQhPp4bik
  4. ^ "Rajakumaran Songs". raaga.com. Retrieved 2011-11-25. 
  5. ^ "Find Tamil movie Raja Kumaran". jointscene.com. Retrieved 2011-11-25. 
  6. ^ N. Kesavan (14 May 2016). "100th film jinx grips the mighty sans 'Captain'". The Hindu. Retrieved 24 November 2016.