Siddhu +2

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Siddhu +2 1st Attempt
Siddhu +2 poster.JPG
Directed by K. Bhagyaraj
Produced by K. Bhagyaraj
Written by Krishna Da Vinci
K. Bhagyaraj
Starring Shanthnoo Bhagyaraj
Chandini Tamilarasan
K. Bhagyaraj
Ganja Karuppu
Music by Dharan
Cinematography Rasamathi
Edited by Subash
KBR Medias
Distributed by Moser Baer Entertainment
Release date
  • 10 December 2010 (2010-12-10)
Country India
Language Tamil

Siddhu +2 is an Indian Tamil-language romance film written and directed by K. Bhagyaraj, starring his son Shanthnoo Bhagyaraj and newcomer Chandini Tamilarasan in lead roles.[1] Bhagyaraj himself, comedian Ganja Karuppu, Rajesh, Seetha and Avinash essay supporting roles. The film released on 10 December 2010 and performed averagely at the box office.[2]


Siddharth/Siddhu (Shanthano), the son of a school principal, runs away from his home due to failing in his higher secondary exams. He meets Pavithra (Chandini) who has likewise failed, and the two travel to Chennai, with Siddu planning to commit suicide after enjoying himself for a few days. They eventually fall in love and decide to start a new life.

After a host of misadventures, including one where Siddu crosses paths with a brutal policeman, they discover that Pavithra has actually passed her exams with distinction. When she realizes that Siddu had initially tried to hide this fact from her (since he found out first), she runs back to her house and joins a medical course.

Siddu attempts to get her back, staying in a barbershop owned by a local (Ganja Karuppu). There, he has to contend with Pavithra's murderous father, her eccentric uncle who determines to marry her, and a Gujarati woman who falls in love with Siddu. These elements, along with the policeman attempting to kill him in an encounter, come together in the final act to threaten Siddu and his love life. How Siddu triumphs forms the climax is the rest of story.



Siddhu +2
Soundtrack album by Dharan
Released 31 October 2009 (2009-10-31)
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Music is composed by Dharan, teaming up with K. Bhagyaraj for the second time following a successful collaboration in Parijatham (2006).[3] The soundtrack album, which released on 31 October 2009, features six songs, with two of them being composed by Dharan and Babu Shankar, and another two being a remix from Bhagyaraj's Idhu Namma Aalu (1988) and "En Sogakathaiyai" from Thooral Ninnu Pochu. Notably, music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja and film director Venkat Prabhu's had lent their voices for each a song.[4] "Poove Poove" in particular became popular and a chartbuster.[5] Lyrics were penned by Na. Muthukumar, Babu Shankar and Amudhamani.

All music composed by Dharan, except where noted.

Track listing
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Poove Poove" Na. Muthukumar Yuvan Shankar Raja & Chinmayi 04:33
2. "Money Money" (Babu Shankar) Babu Shankar Benny Dayal & Reshmi 03:47
3. "Kelu Kelu" Amudhamani Haricharan, Ganja Karuppu, Maniyan, CA. Raja 05:23
4. "Gundu Chattikkule" (Thaman) Na. Muthukumar Ranjith, Naveen, Rahul Nambiar 04:49
5. "Naan Alana Thamarai" Amudhamani Suchitra, Srimathumitha & Venkat Prabhu 04:25
6. "Poove Poove (Remix)" Na. Muthukumar Yuvan Shankar Raja 04:23


The film remained unreleased for one year, it was initially slated to release on January 2011 but eventually got preponed and released on December 2010. The film was made simultaneously in Telugu as Love in Hyderabad,[4] starring Kannada actress Aindrita Ray as the female lead and was directed by Mahesh Chandra.[4] However the film did not face a theatrical release, owing to the failure of the original version.

Critical reception[edit]

Behindwoods wrote:"‘Siddu +2, 1st attempt’ has a neat story [sic] but the heart and soul of this concept remains unexplored throughout the show".[6] Sify wrote "the film is painfully predictable, and offers nothing original in its writing or treatment. It just doesn't work because it's hard to empathize with any of the characters and the actors fail to rise above the flawed script".[7]


  1. ^ Puthiya Vaarpugal again from Bagyaraj! | News - Oneindia Entertainment. (2007-12-07). Retrieved on 2012-11-08.
  2. ^ Siddu postponed to Pongal!. (2010-11-17). Retrieved on 2012-11-08.
  3. ^ Siddu Plus Two First Attempt Music Review songs lyrics. IndiaGlitz (2009-11-05). Retrieved on 2012-11-08.
  4. ^ a b c "Santhanu becomes Siddu for dad". Retrieved 2009-10-21. 
  5. ^ "Siddu gets ready for release on Nov 26". (2010-11-13). Retrieved on 2012-11-08.
  6. ^ "Siddu Plus Two Movie Review - Tamil Movie Siddu Plus Two Movie Review". Retrieved 2016-12-01. 
  7. ^ "Review : Siddu Plus 2". Retrieved 2016-12-01. 

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