February 14 (film)

February 14 is a 2005 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film directed by debutant S. P. Hosimin. Produced by Sri Saravanaa Creations, the film stars Bharath and Renuka Menon, whilst its soundtrack was composed by Bharathwaj. Having proved his acting skills in Kaadhal (2004), Bharath has yet again given a matured performance.[1] The movie has received to positive reviews.[2]

February 14
Directed byS. P. Hosimin
Produced bySalem Chandrasekharan
Written byS. P. Hosimin
Renuka Menon
Music byBharathwaj
D. Imman
CinematographyR. Rathnavelu
Edited bySuresh Urs
Sri Saravanaa Creations
Release date
  • 22 July 2005 (2005-07-22)
Running time
140 minutes


Shiva (Bharath) enters into St.Peters college, Bangalore and meets Pooja (Renuka Menon), who was born and brought up in the United States and has come to India to stay with her grandparents while completing her college education. Shiva falls in love with her but soon realises that their characters are totally different. Pooja feels alone, like a fish out of water in India and she wants to return to the US. So Shiva thinks about a plan to get her to stay and he expresses his love to her by creating a fictitious character MR X but never reveals about the character till the end. Pooja (Renuka Menon) who got impressed by MR X refuses to see him in the later stage but understand and accepts Shiva's true love.



February 14
Soundtrack album by
Released13 May 2005
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelStar Music
Classic Audio
Sony Music
Bharadwaj chronology
February 14
Anda Naal Nyabagam

The music was composed by Bharadwaj.[3]

  1. "Laila Majnu" - Karthik, Sadhana Sargam, written by Na. Muthukumar
  2. "Aantha Avasthai" - Shreya Ghoshal, written by Kabilan
  3. "Nanba Nanba" - Srinivas, Karthik, Janani Bharadwaj, Bharadwaj, written by Pa. Vijay
  4. "Un Peyarennada" - Anuradha Sriram, written by S. P. Hosimin
  5. "Idhu Kathala" - Haricharan, written by S. P. Hosimin
  6. "Ennachu Enakku" - Sri Krishna, written by S. P. Hosimin
  7. "Othayya Rettaya" - Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Anuradha Sriram, written by S. P. Hosimin
  8. "Jana Gana" - Arjun Thomas, Donnan, Andrea, written by S. P. Hosimin


  1. ^ https://www.indiaglitz.com/february-14-review-tamil-movie-7441
  2. ^ http://www.thiraipadam.com/cgi-bin/movie_review.pl?id=476&user_name=bbalaji&review_lang=english&lang=english
  3. ^ Raaga.com. "Songs Download, Tamil MP3 Songs, Raaga.com Tamil Songs - Raaga.com - A World Of Music". Raaga.com.

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