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Velai Illa Pattathari: A Blockbuster Tamil Movie
Velai Illa Pattathari: A Blockbuster Tamil Movie
Velai Illa Pattathari (English: Unemployed Graduate) is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language action comedy film written and directed by R. Velraj. The film stars Dhanush, Amala Paul, Saranya Ponvannan, Samuthirakani, Surbhi, and Amitash Pradhan in the lead roles. The film was produced by Dhanush under his banner Wunderbar Films and featured music composed by Anirudh Ravichander. The film was released on 18 July 2014 and received positive reviews from critics and audiences. The film was a commercial success, grossing over 530 million (US$7.4 million) worldwide and becoming one of the highest-grossing Tamil films of 2014. The film won three awards at the 62nd Filmfare Awards South, including Best Actor for Dhanush, Best Actress for Amala Paul, and Best Music Director for Anirudh Ravichander. The film was also remade in Telugu as Raghuvaran B.Tech (2015) and in Hindi as Lakhon Mein Ek (2017).
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Raghuvaran (Dhanush) is a civil engineering graduate who is unemployed for four years. He lives with his father (Samuthirakani), mother (Saranya Ponvannan), and younger brother Karthik (Hrishikesh), who is a successful software engineer. Raghuvaran is constantly humiliated by his father and Karthik for being jobless, while his mother supports him. He also faces rejection from many companies as they prefer experienced candidates. He falls in love with his neighbour Shalini (Amala Paul), who is a doctor and reciprocates his feelings.
One day, Raghuvaran receives a job offer from a company called Anitha Constructions, owned by Anitha (Surbhi), who is impressed by his innovative project ideas. However, he rejects the offer as he finds out that Anitha is the daughter of his father's former colleague, who had betrayed him and caused him to lose his job. Raghuvaran also learns that Anitha has a crush on him and wants to marry him. He decides to wait for a better opportunity and joins a small-scale civil engineering company as a site engineer.
Raghuvaran's company is assigned to construct a high-rise building for a prestigious client. However, they face stiff competition from Anitha Constructions, which is also bidding for the same project. Anitha tries to sabotage Raghuvaran's work by using her influence and money. She also hires goons to threaten and attack Raghuvaran and his co-workers. Raghuvaran manages to overcome all the obstacles and completes the project successfully, earning the respect and admiration of his client and colleagues.
Meanwhile, Raghuvaran's mother dies due to a heart attack, leaving him devastated. He blames his father and Karthik for not taking care of her and moves out of his house. He also breaks up with Shalini, as he feels that he is not worthy of her. He becomes depressed and alcoholic, losing interest in his work and life.
Anitha takes advantage of Raghuvaran's situation and offers him a job again, hoping to win him over. She also apologizes for her previous actions and promises to help him reconcile with his family and Shalini. Raghuvaran accepts the offer, but only to take revenge on Anitha. He exposes her illegal activities and corruption to the media, causing her to lose her reputation and business. He also reveals that he still loves Shalini and wants to marry her.
Raghuvaran reunites with his family and Shalini, who forgive him for his mistakes. He also receives an award from the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for his excellence in civil engineering. He dedicates the award to his mother and thanks her for her support and encouragement.
Dhanush as Raghuvaran
Amala Paul as Shalini
Saranya Ponvannan as Raghuvaran's mother
Samuthirakani as Raghuvaran's father
Surbhi as Anitha
Amitash Pradhan as Arun Subramaniam, Anitha's cousin and rival
Hrishikesh as Karthik, Raghuvaran's brother
Vivek as Azhagusundaram, Raghuvaran's friend and colleague
Cell Murugan as Manickam, Raghuvaran's colleague
R. Velraj as himself (cameo)
Vignesh Shivan as Vignesh (cameo)
The soundtrack of the film was composed by Anirudh Ravichander, who collaborated with Dhanush for the third time after 3 (2012) and Ethir Neechal (2013). The album consists of seven tracks, including two theme songs. The lyrics were written by Dhanush, except for the song "Amma Amma", which was written by Dhanush's mother Vijayalakshmi. The album was released on 14 February 2014 and became a huge hit among the audience. The song "Amma Amma" was especially praised for its emotional appeal and Dhanush's rendition. The song "What a Karavaad" was also popular for its catchy tune and humorous lyrics. The album was ranked as the best Tamil album of 2014 by Behindwoods.
"Velai Illa Pattadhaari"
"Po Indru Neeyaga"
"What a Karavaad"
Dhanush, Anirudh Ravichander
"Ey Inge Paaru"
Anirudh Ravichander, Dhanush, Aadukalam Naren, Amitash Pradhan, Sathish, Surbhi, Velraj, Vignesh Shivan
Dhanush, S. Janaki
7 "The Rise of Raghuvaran" Anirudh Ravichander 1:39
Reception Critical response The film received positive reviews from critics. Sify rated the film 4 out of 5 stars and called it "a mass masala entertainer that works big time due to Dhanush's realistic performance and Anirudh's chartbuster songs". The reviewer praised the director for "making a simple story with a realistic message work big time with his packaging". The reviewer also appreciated the performances of the cast, especially Dhanush, Amala Paul, Saranya Ponvannan, and Samuthirakani.
The Times of India gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars and stated that "Velai Illa Pattathari is a tribute to all those who are struggling to make it big in their respective fields". The reviewer lauded the director for "keeping things simple and sticking to the basics". The reviewer also complimented the music, cinematography, editing, and dialogues of the film.
The Hindu wrote that "Velai Illa Pattathari is a fairly engaging commercial entertainer that doesn't deviate much from the formula". The reviewer noted that the film "works largely due to Dhanush, who carries the film on his shoulders with his effortless charm and screen presence". The reviewer also praised the supporting cast, especially Saranya Ponvannan and Samuthirakani, and the music by Anirudh Ravichander.
Behindwoods rated the film 3 out of 5 stars and stated that "Velai Illa Pattathari is a well-made commercial entertainer that has something for everyone". The reviewer appreciated the director for "balancing the mass and class elements in the right proportion". The reviewer also highlighted the performances of Dhanush, Amala Paul, Saranya Ponvannan, and Samuthirakani, and the songs and background score by Anirudh Ravichander.
Box office The film was a blockbuster at the box office, grossing over 530 million (US$7.4 million) worldwide and becoming one of the highest-grossing Tamil films of 2014. The film was also a hit in overseas markets, especially in Malaysia, where it collected over 100 million (US$1.4 million). The film was declared a "super hit" by trade analysts.
: "Velai Illa Pattathari box office collection: Dhanush's Film Grosses Rs 50 Crore Worldwide". International Business Times. 5 August 2014.
: "62nd Filmfare Awards South: Dhanush, Amala Paul win Best Actor awards for Velai Illa Pattathari". India Today. 27 June 2015.
: "Dhanush's Velai Illa Pattathari to be remade in Hindi". The Indian Express. 16 September 2016.
Awards and nominations
The film received several awards and nominations for its cast and crew. The following is a list of some of the major awards and nominations that the film received:
62nd Filmfare Awards South
Best Film Tamil
Best Actor Tamil
Best Actress Tamil
Best Music Director Tamil
Best Lyricist Tamil Dhanush (for "Amma Amma") Nominated
Best Playback Singer (Male) Tamil Dhanush