Sonnal Thaan Kaadhala

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Sonnal Thaan Kaadhala
Directed by T. Rajendar
Produced by T. Rajendar
Written by T. Rajendar
Starring T. Rajendar
Roja Selvamani
Music by T. Rajendar
Cinematography T. Rajendar
Edited by P. R. Shanmugam
Chimbu Cine Arts
Release date
  • 25 May 2001 (2001-05-25)
Running time
180 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Sonnal Thaan Kathala is a 2001 Tamil romance film directed, produced by and starring T. Rajendar. Murali, Roja Selvamani, Karan, Livingston, and Vadivelu play other important roles, while Silambarasan Rajendar makes a special appearance.


T. R. (T. Rajendar) investigates a case in which Roja (Roja Selvamani) is the lead female singer. Roja works in a finance firm and has a big family of three sisters, a brother (Kuralarasan Rajendar), an alcoholic father (Manivannan), and a mother (Vadivukkarasi) to support. Murali (Murali), her office colleague, loves her and makes his intention clear in every opportunity that he gets. But Roja has no time for him. T. R. has a sister Saro (Swathi) who is married to a corrupt cop Inbaraj (Karan). Inbaraj, furious about T. R. exposing him in his newspaper, harasses Saro, egged on by his avaricious mother (Y. Vijaya) and sister (Bhuvaneswari). The burden of taking care of the family becomes a little too much for Roja. Finally T. R., against all odds, advises Roja to accept Murali's love.[1]


Although the film did not make a box office impact, the soundtrack was somewhat a success. The film won two separate awards the following year; a Tamil Nadu State Film Award and Filmfare Award.[2]



Sonnal Thaan Kaadhala
Soundtrack album by T. Rajendar
Released 2001
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Sa Re Ga Ma
Producer T. Rajendar

There are eight songs composed by T. Rajendar.[3]

  1. Chukkumala Chukkumala - Silambarasan Rajendar, Tippu
  2. Kaathalikka Theriyuma - Krishnaraj, T. Rajendar
  3. Mullaaga Kuththakoodaathu - Silambarasan Rajendar
  4. Rosaappoove - Balesh, K. J. Yesudas
  5. Sonnalthaan - K. S. Chithra, Hariharan
  6. Sonnalthan - Hariharan
  7. Vaada Vaada -
  8. Vela Vela - T. Rajendar, Shankar Mahadevan


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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 22 December 2008. Retrieved 21 December 2008. 
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 7 March 2007. Retrieved 6 September 2008.