Premaalayam (TBA)

 ●  Telugu ● 2 hrs 31 mins

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This kaleidoscopic romantic drama depicts the rich culture and lifestyles of Tamil theatre groups of the 1920s and 30s, through the love story of two superstars in early Tamil cinema.
Did you know? Siddharth is said to have sported 25 different looks for this film. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Telugu
Spoken Languages:
Tamil
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: Sony Music Entertainment
01 
03:37
Music Director: AR Rahman
Lyricist: Kandikonda
Playback Singer: Haricharan
02 
04:42
Music Director: AR Rahman
Lyricist: Kandikonda
Playback Singer: Shashaa Tirupati, Haricharan
03 
03:58
Music Director: AR Rahman
Playback Singer: Haricharan
04 
04:30
Music Director: AR Rahman
Lyricist: maali
Playback Singer: Srinivas, Bela Shende
05 
04:22
Music Director: AR Rahman
Lyricist: maali
Playback Singer: Hemachandra Vedala
06 
02:18
Music Director: AR Rahman
Playback Singer: Vani Jayaram
07 
10:26
Music Director: AR Rahman
Lyricist: maali
Trivia:
Vedhika is said to have sported 20 different looks for this film.

Siddharth is said to have sported 25 different looks for this film.

When the director initially approached the legendary A. R. Rahman for the music direction of this movie, he was crestfallen when the maestro rejected the offer, due to his busy schedule. A few days later, when Rahman sent a crisp message, ‘Kittappa is ready,’ he was delighted.

The initial concept of this movie came to the director through Jayamohan, who first sowed the thought of delving into the theatre life of the early part of the last century, when he told him to read Enadhu Nadaga Vaazhkai, an autobiography of theatre doyen T.K. Shanmugham. The book came as a revelation to Vasanthabalan, and his fascination with the story led him to the creation of this movie.

Vedika, whose potential came to the fore in Bala’s 'Paradesi', and Anaika, the heroine of 'Sathya 2', were chosen to play the lead female roles, as they were most ideally suited for the parts.

The director of this movie, Vasanthabalan used to work as an assistant director under veteran director Shankar.

The director, Vasanthabalan denied that this period romance is a spin-off from the life and romance of the stage superstars of the previous era, S.G. Kittappa and K.B. Sundarambal,
Filming End Date:
29 May 2014
Movie Connection(s):
Dubbed from: Kaaviyathalaivan (Tamil)