Sri Raja Rajeshwari

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Sri Raja Rajeshwari
Directed byBharathi Kannan
Produced byPushpa Kandaswamy
Written byBharathi Kannan
StarringRamya Krishnan
Ramki
Sanghavi
Banupriya
Music byDeva[1]
CinematographyRaja Rajan
Production
company
Release date
13 April 2001
Running time
143 minutes
LanguageTamil

Sri Raja Rajeshwari is a 2001 Tamil and Telugu bilingual devotional film directed by Bharathi Kannan. The film features Ramya Krishnan, Ramki and Sanghavi in lead roles with Banupriya, Nizhalgal Ravi, Vadivelu and Vinu Chakravarthy playing supporting roles. The film produced by Pushpa Kandaswamy and had a musical score by Deva. The film released on 13 April 2001.

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Production[edit]

A stint of shooting took place at Kuttralam near Tenkasi and at Injimedu Sivalayam where some scenes were picturised on Ramki and Ramya Krishnan. There is a song written by Lyricist Kalidas which had the names of 165 Goddesses. This devotional song is picturised at 108 'Amman' temples of Tamil Nadu, with Nalini featuring in the song "Maruvathoor Om Sakthi". This Song was sung by renowned playback singer {K S Chithra}. [2]

Soundtrack[edit]

Sri Raja Rajeshwari
Soundtrack album by
Released2001
GenreSoundtrack
Length34.55
Deva chronology
Maayan Sri Raja Rajeshwari Lovely

Music is composed by Deva. This soundtrack has 6 songs. The lyrics penned by Kalidasan, Viveka, Bharathiputhiran, Seerkazhi Govindarajan (Slokam) & Muralikrishnan (Slokam).

No. Song Singers Lyrics
1 Chindala Karaiyil K.S. Chithra Kalidasan
2 Kaathile Maan Sirkazhi G. Sivachidambaram Bharathiputhiran
3 Maruvathoor Om Sakthi K.S. Chithra Kalidasan
4 Raasave Ennai (Duet) Anuradha Sriram, Krishnaraj Viveka
5 Raasave Ennai (Lady) Anuradha Sriram
6 Thiruchendoor Kadal Kovai Kamala, Krishnaraj Kalidasan

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