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Innisai Paadivarum lyrics | Hinglish | Tamil | Thullatha Manamum Thullum

Singer Unnikrishnan,
Music Innisai Paadivarum
Song Writer Unnikrishnan

Lyrics

Innisai Paadi Varum
Ilankaatruku Uruvamillai
Kaatralai Illai Endraal
Oru Paatoli Ketpathillai

Oru Gaanam Varugaiyil
Ullam Kollai Pogudhae
Aanaal Kaatrin Mugavari
Kangal Arivathillayae

Indha Vaazhkaiyae
Oru Thedal Dhaan
Adhai Thedi Thedi
Thedum Manadhu Tholaigiradhae

Innisai Paadi Varum
Ilankaatruku Uruvamillai
Kaatralai Illai Endraal
Oru Paatoli Ketpathillai

Kan Illai Endraalo
Niram Paarka Mudiyathu
Niram Paarkum Un Kannai
Nee Paarka Mudiyathu

Kuyil Isai Podhumae
Ada Kuyil Mugam Thevaiya
Unarvugal Podhumae
Adhan Uruvam Thevaiya

Kannil Kaatchi Thondri Vittaal
Karpanai Theerndhuvidum
Kannil Thondra Kaatchiyil Dhaan
Karpanai Valarndhu Vidum

Ada Paadal Polae
Thedal Kooda Oru Sugamae

Innisai Paadi Varum
Ilankaatruku Uruvamillai
Kaatralai Illai Endraal
Oru Paatoli Ketpathillai

Uyir Ondru Illaamal
Udal Ingu Nilaiyadhae
Uyir Enna Porul Endru
Azhai Paaindhu Thiriyadhae

Vaazhkaiyin Vergalo
Miga Ragasiyam Aanadhu
Ragasiyam Kaanbadhae
Nam Avasiyam Aanadhu

Thedal Ulla Uyirgalukae
Dhinamum Pasi Irukum
Thedal Enbadhu Ullavarai
Vaazhvil Rusi Irukum

Ada Paadal Polae
Thedal Kooda Oru Sugamae

Innisai Paadi Varum
Ilankaatruku Uruvamillai
Kaatralai Illai Endraal
Oru Paatoli Ketpathillai

Oru Gaanam Varugaiyil
Ullam Kollai Pogudhae
Aanaal Kaatrin Mugavari
Kangal Arivathillayae

Indha Vaazhkaiyae
Oru Thedal Dhaan
Adhai Thedi Thedi
Thedum Manadhu Tholaigiradhae

Innisai Paadi Varum
Ilankaatruku Uruvamillai
Kaatralai Illai Endraal
Oru Paatoli Ketpathillai



Lyrics in Tamil 💐


இன்னிசை பாடிவரும்
இளம் காற்றுக்கு உருவமில்லை
காற்றலை இல்லையென்றால்
ஒரு பாட்டொலி கேட்பதில்லை
ஒரு கானம் வருகையில் உள்ளம்
கொள்ளை போகுதே ஆனால்
காற்றின் முகவாி கண்கள்
அறிவதில்லையே இந்த வாழ்க்கையே
ஒரு தேடல்தான் அதை தேடித் தேடி
தேடும் மனது தொலைகிறதே

இன்னிசை பாடிவரும்
இளம் காற்றுக்கு உருவமில்லை
காற்றலை இல்லையென்றால்
ஒரு பாட்டொலி கேட்பதில்லை

கண் இல்லையென்றாலோ
நிறம் பாா்க்கமுடியாது நிறம் பாா்க்கும்
உன் கண்ணை நீ பாா்க்கமுடியாது
குயிலிசை போதுமே அட குயில் முகம்
தேவையா உணா்வுகள் போதுமே
அதன் உருவம் தேவையா

கண்ணில் காட்சி
தோன்றிவிட்டால் கற்பனை
தீா்ந்துவிடும் கண்ணில் தோன்றா
காட்சியில்தான் கற்பனை வளா்ந்துவிடும்
அட பாடல் போல தேடல் கூட ஒரு சுகமே

இன்னிசை பாடிவரும்
இளம் காற்றுக்கு உருவமில்லை
காற்றலை இல்லையென்றால்
ஒரு பாட்டொலி கேட்பதில்லை

உயிா் ஒன்று இல்லாமல்
உடல் இங்கு நிலையாதே உயிா்
என்ன பொருள் என்று அலைபாய்ந்து
திாியாதே வாழ்க்கையின் வோ்களோ
மிக ரகசியமானது ரகசியம் காண்பதே
மிக அவசியமானது

தேடல் உள்ள
உயிா்களுக்கே தினமும்
பசியிருக்கும் தேடல் என்பது
உள்ளவரை வாழ்வில் ருசியிருக்கும்
அட பாடல் போல தேடல் கூட ஒரு சுகமே

இன்னிசை பாடிவரும்
இளம் காற்றுக்கு உருவமில்லை
காற்றலை இல்லையென்றால்
ஒரு பாட்டொலி கேட்பதில்லை
ஒரு கானம் வருகையில் உள்ளம்
கொள்ளை போகுதே ஆனால்
காற்றின் முகவாி கண்கள்
அறிவதில்லையே இந்த வாழ்க்கையே
ஒரு தேடல்தான் அதை தேடித் தேடி
தேடும் மனது தொலைகிறதே

இன்னிசை பாடிவரும்
இளம் காற்றுக்கு உருவமில்லை
காற்றலை இல்லையென்றால்
ஒரு பாட்டொலி கேட்பதில்லை

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Thulladha Manamum Thullum
Thulladha Manamum Thullum.jpg
Poster
Directed byEzhil
Produced byR. B. Choudary
Written byStory and Screenplay:
Ezhil
Dialogues:
N. Prasanna Kumar
StarringVijay
Simran
Manivannan
Dhamu
Music byS. A. Rajkumar
CinematographyR. Selva
Edited byV. Jaishankar
Production
company
Release date
  • 29 January 1999
Running time
150 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Thulladha Manamum Thullum (transl. Hearts that don't jump, will jump) is a 1999 Indian Tamil-language romantic drama film directed by debutant Ezhil. The film stars Vijay and Simran, while ManivannanDhamu and Vaiyapuri among others play supporting roles. The film, produced by R. B. Choudary, has its score and soundtrack composed by S. A. Rajkumar and cinematography performed by R. Selva. The film released on 29 January 1999 and became a commercial success. The film won two awards at the Tamil Nadu State Film Awards with Simran winning Best Actress[1] and Vijay winning the MGR honorary award.

Plot[edit]

Kutty (Vijay) is an aspiring but struggling singer who works for a local cable provider Mani (Manivannan). He is unable to get recognition and a stage to exhibit his musical talent. Rukmini "Rukku" (Simran), a college student, is new to the locality where Kutty stays, and on hearing Kutty's voice, she becomes his fan and decides to seek him and encourage his talent as his voice resembles that of her late father. However, Rukku always catches Kutty in negative situations and, not knowing that he is Kutty, develops a hatred for him as she feels he is a rowdy and womaniser. Once, when Kutty is pickpocketed, he pursues the pickpocket to Rukku's college. In the process, he accidentally drops a bottle of acid to the ground, which causes Rukku, who is present at the spot where the acid bottle fell, to become blind.

Kutty is horrified when he finds out that he is the reason Rukku had become blind. To make amends, he decides to become her close companion and help her in every way possible. Soon, love blossoms between the two. When Kutty's mother dies, Kutty finds out that her eyes had been donated. He decides to arrange the operation to restore Rukku's eyesight with his mother's eyes, but as the price of the operation turns out to be very high, he accepts an offer from a Sikh man to donate a kidney for his Pune-based father for 40,000. Having paid for Rukku's surgery, Kutty leaves for Pune to donate his kidney. While waiting at the railway station to return to Chennai, he is framed as a terrorist and arrested.

Seven years later, Kutty is released from prison and returns to Chennai, only to find out that Rukku has moved out of their locality and is now a collector, her eyesight having been restored as well. But Rukku, on seeing Kutty and not knowing that he is Kutty, orders for him to be arrested, in revenge for his "rowdy activities" in the past and for making her blind. But when Kutty begins to sing, Rukku realises that the "rowdy" she had arrested is none other than Kutty. She apologises for misunderstanding him, and they happily embrace, rekindling their relationship.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

The film saw director Ezhil, an erstwhile assistant to Robert-Rajashekhar, Panneer and Parthiban, make his debut as a film-maker under R. B. Choudary's production house. The film's concept was inspired from Charlie Chaplin star City Lights that Ezhil had watched during a film festival. An earlier version of the script showed Vijay's character as a painter.[2] The initial title for the film was "Rukmanikkaga” but producer RB Chaudhary later changed it to Thullatha Manamum Thullum.[2]

Casting[edit]

Initially, Ezhil wanted comedian Vadivelu to play the lead role. Vadivelu, who was impressed with the story, has said to Ezhil that the storyline was too good and he doesn't know whether it will work with him in the lead. Vadivelu asked Ezhil to wait for six months, and if he didn't find anyone else by then, he would take the role. Vadivelu was then replaced by Vijay.[3] Murali was also considered for the lead role before Vijay was selected.[2] On the suggestion of his friends, Ezhil decided to make the film with a commercial hero and changed the entire script retaining only the emotional core of City Lights.[2] Prior to release, the role of Vijay's mother in the film was kept under wraps with the media speculating who would play the role. Eventually, no actress played the role although the character played a pivotal part in the film.[4] Vijay took a pay cut for the film, accepting only 30 lakh instead of 50 lakh, as he had signed the film before the release of his film Kadhalukku Mariyadhai.[5] Rambha was initially supposed to do the project, but as the project underwent changes, the actress opted out before she was replaced by Simran.[2]

Filming[edit]

The film's shoot began with the "Dhuddu" song as the director felt it would give the team some time to gel. This was the first Vijay song which Raju Sundaram choreographed.[2] The story takes place in Triplicane because Ezhil had lived there for a while in his uncle's house. The team scouted for a long time to find a suitable location that fit the story's requirements however a chance visit to the set of a Malayalam film at Murugalaya Studios convinced Ezhil that erecting a set would be far more cost-effective and thus set resembling Triplicane was erected.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

Thulladha Manamum Thullum
Soundtrack album by 
Released15 January 1999
Recorded1998
GenreSoundtrack
Length34:06
LabelStar Music
Sa Re Ga Ma
ProducerS. A. Rajkumar
S. A. Rajkumar chronology
Suriya Paarvai
(1999)
Thulladha Manamum Thullum
(1999)
Suyamvaram
(1999)

The soundtrack of the film was composed by S. A. Rajkumar, while lyrics were written by Vairamuthu and Muthu Vijayan. Rajkumar agreed to compose the music for this film after coming to know that Ezhil had assisted Robert-Rajasekaran, the duo who introduced him in films.[2]

The song "Meghamaai Vandhu" which was supposed to be the theme song of the film, was inspired from Punjabi song "sayonee" sang by the band Junoon in 1997 in Pakistan; Ezhil wanted Tamil version of it. After the song was recorded, he came to know that Deva had used the same tune for "Salomiya" from Kannedhirey Thondrinal. SA Rajkumar told him not to worry and gave him the tune of "Innisai Paadi Varum".[2]

Track-list
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Thoda Thodu Enavae Vanavil"VairamuthuHariharanK. S. Chithra4:44
2."Innisai Paadivarum (Male)"VairamuthuP. Unni Krishnan4:55
3."Irupathu Kodi"VairamuthuHariharan5:05
4."Innisai Paadivarum (Female)"VairamuthuK.S.Chithra4:55
5."Palapalakkudhu"VairamuthuGopal Rao5:02
6."Megamai Vanthu"Muthu VijayanRajesh Krishnan4:21
7."Kakkai Siraginilae"BharathiyarSujatha1:21
8."Innisai Paadivarum (Sad)"VairamuthuP. Unni Krishnan, Chorus5:03
Total length:34:06

Release[edit]

The film released on 29 January 1999 and ran for over 200 days in theatres across Tamil Nadu. The satellite rights of the film were secured by Sun TV. The film was given a "U" certificate by the Indian Censor Board.

Reception[edit]

A critic from the Deccan Herald mentioned that "the experience of seeing the film is simply thrilling", mentioning that the success comes from "the naivete, the simplicity, the absolute lack of sophistication, and from the delightful hero (Vijay)".[6]

Accolades[edit]

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards

Remakes[edit]

Owing to its success, the film was remade in Kannada as O Nanna Nalle,[8] in Telugu as Nuvvu Vastavani,[9] in Indian Bengali as Sathi,[10] in Bangladeshi Bengali as Priyo Sathi, in Odia as I Love You[11] in Bhojpuri as Pyar Jab Kenhu Se Hoi Jala and in Nepali as Parkhi Base.

Legacy[edit]

Following the success of the film, Ezhil announced another project titled Oru Pennin Manadhai Thoddu with the same cast. However, the film was later made with different actors.[12]

The success of the film led to more offers for Simran, who with Thulladha Manamum Thullum and Vaali, established herself among the leading actresses in Tamil films.[13] Vijay and Simran were also paired together in several other films after the success of Thulladha Manamum Thullum, with projects titled Priyamanavale and Udhaya launched weeks after this film's release.[4]

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