Nee Yen Uyire

What it is about

Nee Yen Uyire, is produced by Navarasan, who has also written the story and screenplay besides playing the lead role. The film is directed by Vikas Lalithraja, who has also written the dialogues. The cast comprises Vaishali, Thangavel, Ravi, Atchaiya, Apoorva, Udhya Sree, Bhoomika, Mahanthakumar and Powertex Selvaraj. Camera is handled by Mohan and Jeevan Antony, editing is by Premnath, dance choreography is by Srinivasan, stunts are composed by Siva and art is by Manimozhiyan Ramadurai. The music has been scored by Vijay Manthra.

The audio was released by directors SP. Muthuraman and was received by V.C. Guhanathan. The film is a family story, high on emotions.

What they say

Producer and hero Navarasan: I am basically a film distributor and has been wanting to produce a film. I have earlier acted in Rajakkal. Nee Yen Uyire has come out well and we are sure of its success as it has an interesting screenplay.

Director Vikas Lalithraja: It was my childhood dream to become a director. My good friend Navarasan gave me the opportunity.

Music director Vijay Manthra: I did my diploma in music at Sri Venkateshwara Music College, Tirupati. I have also done sangeetha visharada and my guru is G. Midhili. Ever since childhood, music has been a great source of inspiration for me. I have earlier done music for Nesam Nesapaduthe, Kutanchoru, Kundu Kiligal and Thendrallai Thottu.

Music Highlights: There are six songs in the album and each one is different in its own way. ‘Jinji Nakka’ is a typical Gana Bala song. ‘Sandhathin Sandana’ is a sweet number written by Piraisoodan and sung by the music director and Padmalatha. ‘Veerana Surana’ is also written and sung by the music director. ‘Pothivecha Manasukula’ is a number written by Piraisoodan and again sung by the music director. A melody from the same lyricist comes in the voice of the music director and Padmalatha in ‘Neya Neya’. The director of the film has penned the lyrics for the song ‘Kabadi Kabadi’ which has been sung by Vaishali.