Sound Party

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Sound Party
Directed by Aarthi Kumar
Produced by GR
Story by Mani Shornur
Starring Sathyaraj
Music by Deva
Release date
  • 6 August 2004 (2004-08-06)
Country India
Language Tamil

Sound Party is a 2004 Indian Tamil drama film directed by Aarthi Kumar. The film features Sathyaraj and Prathyusha in lead roles with Vadivelu in a pivotal role. The film, produced by GR, had musical score by Deva and was released after several delays in August 2004 to negative reviews.[1][2] The film was a remake of Malayalam film Kottaram Veettile Apputtan starring Jayaram.



The film progressed with shoots in Pollachi taking place in 2001, with producer GR choosing to also essay a role in the film.[3] Prathyusha committed suicide in February 2002 and the film was subsequently delayed. The film remained unsold and unable to gain a distributor for an extended period after time after the venture had been completed.[4] During the delay, Aarthikumar had completed another film Azhagesan again with Sathyaraj.


The film eventually had a low key release in August 2004, releasing three weeks after another Sathyaraj starrer Sema Ragalai. The film won mixed reviews with a critic noting "With its measly story and laughable characterization, it is likely to be forgotten even faster than his other movies."[5] A critic from The Hindu noted it was "typical fare" and that "it evokes only a lukewarm response because both the hero's characterisation and the storyline are vague throughout."[6]