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Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan soundtrack is composed by Sabesh Murali & Audio Released on 2008. Lyrics By Pulamaipithan, Kabilan, Thambi Ramaiah Listen & Download High Quality ORIGINAL CD-Rip 320kbps Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan Songs Music By Sabesh Murali Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan is a Tamil film directed by Thambi Ramaiah & Produced by Seventh Channel Productions. This film stars Vadivelu, Yamini Sharma, Suja Varunee, Sumithra, Nassar, Thambi Ramiah, Raj Kapoor the lead role. The film’s soundtrack and background score were composed by Sabesh Murali with Lyrics By Pulamaipithan, Kabilan, Thambi Ramaiah. Disclaimer: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. All the songs at StarMusiQ.Com are for listening purposes only.
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Running time 140 minutes Country India Language Tamil Aegan (: ஏகன்) is a and film directed and co-written by and produced by based on the 2004 starrer. It stars and in the lead roles, with,, and in supporting roles. The film revolves around a daredevil cop who, on behalf of his ailing father and the ambition of a lieutenant general, returns to in.
Whilst protecting the general's daughter, he attempts to reconcile with his stepbrother from his father's marriage. Furthermore, he has to ward off the international criminal John Chinnappa, who is trying to kill the general, an ex-aide of his who has turned police approver. How the cop manages to solve all three problems forms the crux of the story. The film opened to Indian audiences on 25 October 2008, coinciding with the season. The film, upon release received mixed reviews at the South Indian box office.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • Plot [ ] Aegan's story is based around Shiva (), a CB-CID officer, and his efforts to foil the terrorist John Chinnappa (). Shiva is simultaneously attempting to mend relations with his father's estranged first wife and his half-brother Narain (). Complications ensue. Major John Chinnappa is a scientist who had created tablets by operating on human.
His ploys have always been controversial but inconclusive due to the lack of witnesses. However, an ex-gang member, General Ram Prasad (), became a and is on the verge of revealing Chinnappa's ploys to the police.
However, he is on the run to avoid charges. The case falls to Commissioner Karthikeyan (), Shiva's father, who assigns his son to go and help solve the mission. Karthik tells Shiva to attend college in – St.
John's College, – to protect Ram Prasad's daughter, Pooja (), from meeting with her father. Shiva pleads that he has never undertaken this type of a mission before and doesn't know much about the current generation. The General points out that, by a strange coincidence, Pooja attends school in the same town where Ram Prasad is hiding. Shiva can protect Pooja and look for Ram Prasad at the same time. Shiva goes undercover as a student returning to college after many years away taking care of the family business. He is much older than the other students, who at first make fun of him because of his lack of new-generation styles.
He also has to deal with the many goofy teachers as well the idiotic forgetful principal of the college, Albert (). He finds Narain, who is later revealed to be Shiva's brother. Pooja is Narain's best friend and he is secretly jealous that other girls can get his attention but she can't. Shiva saves Pooja from John Chinnapa's men, who kidnap her while Narain and others think it's a prank. He later becomes a sensation among the students and teachers. He befriends Narain and Pooja and falls in love with the chemistry teacher, Mallika (), after being attracted by her beauty and in a bid to convince other students that he is one of them. During his regular jogging sessions Shiva spots Ram Prasad and chases him till he escapes with the help of an helmet-clad bike rider who is later revealed to be Narain.
Pooja comes to know that Narain has been helping her father and feels cheated by him. Narain tries to apologise to Pooja many times, but she refuses to talk to him. Irked by this, Narain drinks and explains his actions when John's men come again to kidnap Pooja. They beat up Narain, but Shiva comes to their rescue. Narain and Pooja patch up after the fight sequences. Shiva takes Narain to his home where he learns that Narain is his brother and meets his mother. The flashback sequences describe Shiva's childhood (he is an orphan) and explain why his mother and father live separately.
The next day when Pooja introduces Ram Prasad to Shiva, Shiva arrests him – much to the disappointment of Pooja and Narain. Then everyone in the college including Mallika learns that Shiva is a policeman. Shiva then drives Ram Prasad straight to John Chinnapa's hiding place, avoiding the traps that he had set. A fight ensues between Shiva and John Chinnappa's men in which John is finally killed. In the final scenes Mallika is shown with Shiva's parents and brother while he has gone to Afghanistan as part of another mission. Cast [ ] • as Shiva • as Mallika • as Karthikeyan • as Albert Aadiyapatham • as John Chinnappa • as Narain • as Pooja • as Ram Prasad • as Hanifa • as Kamalakannan • • • as Mani Production [ ] Development [ ] In September 2007, early indications suggested that were set to make a film starring directed by, however the chance went to first-time director, in a project titled Akbar. Despite denying the title, Ajith confirmed the project and stating that he had put on weight and grew a beard for his participation in the project.
Following the success of, 'Thala' Ajith Kumar waited till the birth of his first child, in January 2008, before commencing his shoot for the film. The 40-member unit consisting of 'Thala' Ajith, director Raju Sundaram, cinematographer Arjun Jena, action choreographer Stun Siva and a few stunt men from Chennai flew to Hong Kong on 14 January 2008 and began their first schedule for a 10-day stint. The portions in Hong Kong were shot showing 'Thala' Ajith's introduction stunt scene set against the skyscrapers,, and the sea with the help of Chinese action choreographers. The crew shot schedules in and and other locations in during the filming. The film finished its talkie portion in early September 2008, and the songs were canned in as well as parts of. The film, initially described as a 'musical action comedy,'. The film previously referred to as Akbar, Ramakrishnan and Anthony Gonsalves was christened as Aegan, a name of.
Casting [ ] Following the announcement of the project, tentatively titled as Akbar, was rumoured to be the heroine, following her successful role in. However, due to differences, Saran was ousted from the project due to her limited callsheets, as she had to fly to and from where she was then shooting for her Hollywood film,. However other indications claimed that Saran was ousted from the project due to her involvement in, in which she appeared in an, which was unhappy with due to previous feuds with the lead, of that film.
Reports indicated that had replaced Saran but later denied it signalling that she was not approached. Was announced as the second heroine of the project but was later removed for unknown reasons. Several heroines including,,,,, and were linked to the role, as well as reports that would reprise the role after making up with Ajith. The role eventually was given to, who was set to make her debut in with Aegan, however she later opted out due to callsheet clashes. It was announced that would play the role of the heroine in the film, following her role opposite Ajith in.
In February 2008, it was confirmed that would play a role in the film as well as, who will appear in a villainous role. Actor, will also play a role in the film, which will be co-produced by actor, Arun Pandian. And were selected to play the roles of the parents of, whilst 's elder brother, was given a chance to make a cameo appearance in the film as a dancer but politely refused. Supporting actors, Sathyan and Sriman also play roles in Aegan, as does model, who appears as the ladylove to Navdeep. And shot for the film for one day as comedians portraying spies, but following changes to the script, their roles were removed. Was signed on as the music composer whilst was the cinematographer for the project and Milan, who did the art direction for, renews his association with Ajith in the film.
Soundtrack [ ] Aegan by Released 9 October 2008 Recorded 2008 Length 29: 08 Ayngaran Music An Ak Audio chronology (2008) 2008 Aegan (2008) (2008) 2008 The soundtrack of Aegan was composed by as was the film score. It was noticeably, the third time Yuvan Shankar was scoring music for an film, after (2001) and (2007), the songs of which had been very popular and went on to become chartbusters. The soundtrack released on 9 October 2008 at a private ceremony at the HelloFM Studios by composer Yuvan Shankar Raja as the lead cast and the director were away shooting the video for the song in.
The album features 6 tracks overall, including one of the songs ('Hey Salaa') repeated at the end. Track Song Singer(s) Duration (min:sec) Notes 1 'Hey Salaa',, 5:09 2 'Yahoo Yahoo', Ujayinee,, & 4:36 3 'Hey Baby' 4:39 4 'Odum Varayil', 4:31 5 'Kichu Kichu', 5:11 6 'Hey Salaa 2',, 5:02 Provided as background music. Release [ ] The satellite rights of the film were sold to. The film was give a 'U' certificate by the. The film was later dubbed in as Mallika I Love You. Reception [ ].com claimed that 'the trouble with the film is that it looks like an amateurish attempt by debutant director Raju Sundaram' dismissing the as 'a colossal embarrassment', but adding that 'no film is perfect'.
Was praised for being 'at his best but look[ed] plump and stiff in some scenes where he need to be relaxed and natural', drawing comparisons with a similar feedback from his previous venture,. Was said to 'look perfect as Mallika, a role that fits her like a glove' with her make-up and costumes 'rocking'. The reviewer added that ' is promising, Jayaram as Principal and Haneefa have been wasted and do little in the way of bringing smiles to the audiences faces'.
The review also singles out the performance of rookie cinematographer,, whose work is labelled as 'eye-catching'. Similarly.com labelled the film as 'watchable in parts', giving it negative feedback in comparison with. It like Sify, claims that 'Aegan loses its spontaneity and meanders between humour and seriousness' in the second half. The reviewer praises Ajith claiming he looks as though he 'really did enjoy himself on screen, after a really long time'. The reviewer adds that 'Nayantara's outfits get smaller and smaller, while the actress herself has nothing more to do than dance in transparent saris and high-heels. Sometimes she looks amused, at others, irritated and bored', comparing her unchallenging roles to previous roles in and.
It criticizes Piaa Bajpai claiming she 'hams it to glory', and 'makes you want to watch 's naivety in the original', however, it praises citing he is 'far more natural, but you pity the fact that his role is so small'. Rediff also criticized and Sriman labelling their portrayals as 'pathetic'. In reference to minor characters, is praised while 's role is said to be 'terribly dealt with, robbing her part of any sympathy'. References [ ]. From the original on 15 January 2008. Retrieved 10 January 2008. • 6 September 2011 at the.
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