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Rajapattai (2012) Tamil Movie Song MP3 Promo Track

Rajapattai Tamil Movie

Rajapattai, ராஜபாட்டை, King's path, is a 2012 Tamil action-masala film directed by Suseenthiran based on a story by Seenu Vasan., Featuring Vikram and Deeksha Seth in the lead roles and music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, the film is being produced by Prasad V. Potluri's newly-launched PVP Cinema on a budget of INR 39 crores.[3] The story revolves around the issue of land grabbing and how the protagonist becomes involved in it.

Rajapattai is currently in its production stage and scheduled for a release on 23 December 2011. The film is also planned to be dubbed and released in Telugu as Veedinthe.

Directed by Suseenthiran
Produced by Prasad V. Potluri
Screenplay by Suseenthiran, Bhaskar Sakthi (dialogues)
Story by Seenu Vasan
Starring Vikram, K. Vishwanath, Deeksha Seth
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography R. Madhi
Editing by Mu. Kasi Viswanathan
Studio PVP Cinema
Distributed by Gemini Film Circuit[1]
Release date(s) December 23, 2011[2]
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget INR39 crore (US$7.91 million)


Reports suggested that the film would depict the relationship between a grandfather, played by K. Vishwanath and his grandson played by Vikram. Furthermore, the film was supposed to feature Vikram in dual roles as father and son, however the news was denied by sources, which confirmed that Vikram was to essay dual roles initially, but since the script had been reworked, he would play only one character. Vikram was revealed to play a gym instructor who aspires to become a noted stunt double in the film industry, with the makers adding that his character had negative shades. In March 2011, Deeksha Seth confirmed her presence in the film, citing that she would portray the leading female role of an IT professional. For a parallel lead female role, Amala Paul was signed on, but was forced to pull out due to schedule problems. Mithra Kurian was then supposedly signed on for the film for her second big Tamil venture after Kaavalan, after discussions with Abhinaya were unsuccessful. Pradeep Rawat, best known for his performance in Ghajini, was selected to play the main antagonist in the film. Actresses Shriya Saran and Reemma Sen, who had both worked together with Vikram earlier, were roped in to perform an item number together, after attempts to sign Hansika Motwani, who was reportedly offered INR 1.2 crores for the role, had failed.[34] In late October, National Film Award-winner Thambi Ramaiah as well as cinematographer-turned-actor Aruldass, who had also essayed a pivotal role in the director's Naan Mahaan Alla, were roped in for other supporting roles. Suseenthiran also confirmed that he would rejoin with the Naan Mahaan Alla crew, with Yuvan Shankar Raja, R. Madhi and Mu. Kasi Viswanathan taking care of the music, cinematography and editing, respectively.


  • Vikram as Anal Murugan
  • K. Vishwanath
  • Deeksha Seth
  • Pradeep Rawat
  • Avinash
  • Thambi Ramaiah
  • Mayilsamy
  • Aruldass
  • Shriya Saran in a special appearance
  • Reemma Sen in a special appearance
  • Saloni Aswani in a special appearance
  • Filming

    Filming began in June 2011, with the first schedule, during which filming was held in and around Chennai, lasting for 60 days. In August 2011, the first song was shot for five days in Mahabalipuram, with Vikram, Deeksha Seth and fifty back-up dancers participating. The team subsequently shot scenes in a set worth INR 40 lakhs that was erected at the Island Grounds, Chennai, while the next schedule was to be shot in Thiruvannaamalai and Pondicherry. In October 2011, filming was held near the Ramachandra Medical College in Chennai. Few days later, the crew was shooting a song and several stunt sequences near Karaikudi, and later in Kumbakonam. The climax scene that was canned for eight days at the Binny Mills in Chennai, had reportedly cost approximately INR 3 crores. During the last week of October and early November, Saloni Aswani, who had previously starred in Madurai Veeran, was shooting for the song "Villadhi Villain" along with Vikram at the AVM Studios, Chennai. The item number, featuring Shriya Saran and Reemma Sen, was initially to be filmed in Japan, however, since Suseenthiran was not satisfied with the locations, he decided to can it in Stucco, Italy.  

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[mp3] Rajapattai - 01 - Podi Paiyan Pola.mp3 

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