Yuvan Yuvathi

Yuvan Yuvathi (transl. Male Youth, Female Youth) is a 2011 Indian Tamil-language romance film, written and directed by G. N. R. Kumaravelan that stars Bharath and Rima Kallingal.[1] The film released on 26 August 2011. It received generally negative reviews and became a box office flop. The film was dubbed into Telugu as Dear and into Hindi as Dildaar Ashique.

Yuvan Yuvathi
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Directed byG. N. R. Kumaravelan
Produced byBaija Tom, Dr. V. Rama Doss
Written byS. Ramakrishnan
(Story & Dialogue)
Screenplay byG. N. R. Kumaravela
Starring
Music byVijay Antony
CinematographyGopi Jagadeeswaran
Edited byPrabaahar
Production
company
Ram Pictures
Distributed byReliance Entertainment
Release date
  • 26 August 2011 (2011-08-26)
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

PlotEdit

Kathirvel Murugan (Bharath) is a software engineer in Chennai. He shares his room with friend Sakkarai (Santhanam). Kathir hails from Usilampatti but wants to project him as city-bred and his ambition is to settle in USA. Kathir's father Sevaka Pandian (Sampath Raj) is against his son's attitude. An influential local chieftain, he is against inter-caste marriage and love. Kathir meets Nisha (Rima Kallingal), who too wants to go abroad. Nisha loses her passport, and Kathir helps her find it. Slowly, he falls for her. Meanwhile, Sevaka Pandian arranges for his son's wedding with a High Court judge's daughter Thangameena (Anuja Iyer). In the meantime, Kathir and Nisha get their visa and get ready to leave together for the USA.

Kathir thinks that he has escaped from his marriage, and when he wants to propose to Nisha, he gets a rude shock. She informs him that she is going to USA for her marriage. In the meantime, Sevaka Pandian comes to know about their relationship and kidnaps her. Afterwards Kathir also comes to know about it and saves Nisha, but her marriage gets stopped. After 10 months, they both meet in the same country again. Kathir doesn't want to see her, but his mind changes, and he tries to make Nisha love him. At last, they both fall in love with each other. Now they return to their hometown for their marriage. Initially, Sevaka Pandian doesn't allow. Later Kathir convinces them and they both marry each other making it a very happy ending.

CastEdit

ReleaseEdit

The satellite rights of the film were secured by Sun TV. The film was given a "U" certificate by the Indian Censor Board.

Critical receptionEdit

Rohit Ramachandran of nowrunning.com gave it 1/5 stars stating that "Yuvan Yuvathi feels like being stuffed with stale food. You're likely to regurgitate".[2] Malathi Rangarajan from thehindu.com stated, "A predictable yet enjoyable finish to a love story that sparkles with the energy of youth!".[3]

SoundtrackEdit

Yuvan Yuvathi
Soundtrack album by
Released1 July 2011
Recorded2010
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelThink Music
ProducerVijay Antony
Vijay Antony chronology
Sattapadi Kutram
(2011)
Yuvan Yuvathi
(2011)
Vedi
(2011)

The soundtrack, composed by Vijay Antony, released on 1 July 2011. The album features 7 tracks with lyrics by Annamalai, Kalai Kumar and Priyan.

Track list
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Oh My Angel"AnnamalaiVijay Antony04:40
2."Mayakka Oosi"Kalai KumarVijay Prakash, Srimathumitha05:20
3."24 Hours"AnnamalaiHaricharan05:32
4."Kola Kuthu"AnnamalaiVijay Antony, Sneha, Lock up (Malaysia)04:03
5."Un Kannai Partha Piragu"PriyanKarthik, Ramya NSK05:31
6."Kadalai Poduran"AnnamalaiKrishnan Mahesan02:04
7."Ullangai"AnnamalaiSangeetha Rajeshwaran04:39

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bharath returns to romance". The New Indian Express. 1 July 2011. Retrieved 16 September 2011.
  2. ^ "Yuvan Yuvathi Review - Tamil Movie Review by Rohit Ramachandran". Nowrunning.com. 26 August 2011. Retrieved 26 August 2011.
  3. ^ Malathi Rangarajan (27 August 2011). "It's a carnival out there". The Hindu. Retrieved 14 February 2012.

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