Sendhoorapandi

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Senthoorapandi
Directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar
Produced by B. Vimal
Screenplay by S. A. Chandrasekhar
Story by Shoba Chandrasekhar
Starring
Music by Deva
Cinematography Ravishankar
Edited by Gautham Raju
Production
company
B. V. combines
Distributed by B. V. combines
Release date
24 December 1993
Country India
Language Tamil

Senthoorapandi is a Tamil film, released in 1993 directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar. The film stars Vijay and Yuvarani in lead while Vijayakanth does a titular role. The movie was a successful venture. It was dubbed in Hindi and Telugu as Thakur Bhavani Singh and Bobbili Rayudu.[1]

Plot[edit]

Vijay, a college student, comes back after finishing his studies. He meets village headman's daughter Yuvarani, both of them in love with each other. Yuvarani's brother (Ponnambalam) opposes to their marriage. Sendhurapandi (Vijaykanth), the elder brother of Vijay, returns from jail. The story carries a flashback of Vijaykanth where Gouthami is his love and why he was jailed. Do Vijay and Yuvarani win in their love forms the rest of the story.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Screenplay, Dialogue and Directed by: S. A. Chandrasekhar
  • Story: Shoba Chandrasekhar
  • Produced by: B. Vimal
  • Music: Deva
  • Cinematography: Ravishankar
  • Editing: Gautham Raju
  • Art: P. L. Shanmugam
  • Fights: Rocky Rajesh
  • Lyrics: Vaali and P. R. C. Balu
  • Choreography: Raju Sundaram and Chinna
  • Costumes: S. Rajendran
  • Banner: B. V. Combines
  • Censor Rating: A – Adults only

Production[edit]

After his debut film Naalaiya Theerpu (1992) became a commercial failure at the box-office, Chandrasekhar felt "it would be best for his son to pair up with an established hero for his next film" and he decided to cast Vijayakanth alongside his son Vijay to which he agreed to do for free.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

Once More
Soundtrack album by Deva
Released 1993
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Deva chronology
Kattabomman
(1992)
Senthoorapandi
(1992)
Rojavai Killathe
(1992)

There are 5 songs composed by Deva and lyrics were written by Vaali.[3]

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