Rajavin Parvaiyile

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Rajavin Parvaiyile
Rajavin Parvaiyile.jpg
Directed by Janaki Soundar
Produced by S. Soundara Pandian
Written by Janaki Soundar
Starring Vijay
Indraja
Ajith Kumar
Music by Ilaiyaraaja
Cinematography Loganathan Prasad
Edited by M. N. Raja
Production
company
Sri Masani Amman Movies
Release date
4 August 1995
Country India
Language Tamil

Rajavin Parvaiyile (Tamil: ராஜாவின் பார்வையிலே; English: In the Sight of the King) is a 1995 romantic drama film directed by Janaki Soundar starring Vijay and Indraja in the lead roles, with Ajith Kumar appearing in a guest appearance. The film, which featured music composed by Ilaiyaraaja, was released in August 1995.[1]

Plot[edit]

Raja (Vijay) is the son of a poor family, and his only aim in life is to study to get a good job. Meanwhile Gowri (Indraja), the daughter of the richest man of the village, falls in love with Raja, but he keeps shunning her and getting away from her. She decides to know the reason of his behaviour. Raja narrates a flashback story of his friend Chandru's (Ajith Kumar) unsuccessful love story with Shanthi (Gayathri), and ended up committing suicide after his lover's marriage, so he hates love. Raja later falls in love with Gowri; meanwhile issues of class arise in the village, but finally Raja and Gowri overcome all the issues and unite together.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film notably featured Vijay and Ajith Kumar together at an early stage of their careers, with the pair later going on to become two leading actors in the Tamil film industry.[2] The film was made at a time when Ajith was yet to deliver a full fledged successful film.[3]

Music[edit]

The music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The lyrics were written by Vaali, Muthulingham and Kamakodiyan.

  • Oru Sudar Iru Sudar Muththu - Mano, S. Janaki
  • Amman Koyil Ellamae Enthan - Arun Mozhi
  • Kottunga Kottunga Kummi Ku - Chorus
  • Ammanuke Adanki Pochchuth - Vadivelu, Chorus
  • Ival Yaaro Vaanvittu Manvan - Arun Mozhi, S. Janaki

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