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Director  Pavithran
Music director  Ilayaraja
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Language  Tamil
3.6/10 IMDb

Release date  October 15, 1993 (India)
Screenplay  Pavithran
Country  India
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Release date  15 October 1993 (1993-10-15)
Cast  R Sarathkumar (Diwakar), Manorama (Priyas mother), Goundamani (Diwakars uncle), Tisca Chopra (Priya), Puneet Issar
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I Love India is a 1993 Tamil action film directed by Pavithran. The film features Sarath Kumar, d├ębutante Priya and Shenbagam in lead roles. The film, produced by actor Vishal's mother Janaki G. K. Reddy, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 15 October 1993.

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Plot

Diwakar (Sarath Kumar), an Indian brigadier, is charged to eradicate the terrorism in Kashmir. Diwakar lives with his beloved sister Anu (Shenbagam). His neighbour Priya (Tisca Chopra) loves him. One day, the terrorists kidnap Anu and they kill her thereafter. In the past, Diwakar promised Anu to get married with Priya. Finally, Diwakar gets married with Priya. Diwakar cannot live happily as long as he will not eliminate the terrorists.

Cast

  • Sarath Kumar as Diwakar
  • Tisca Chopra as Priya
  • Shenbagam as Anu
  • Manorama as Priya's mother
  • Goundamani as Diwakar's uncle
  • Puneet Issar
  • Babu Antony
  • C. S. Rao as Rao
  • Kalidoss as Rosario
  • Ramachandran
  • Prasanth
  • Jaya Prahasam
  • John Babu
  • Pallavi (guest appearance)
  • Yamuna (guest appearance)
  • Meeta Gupta (guest appearance)
  • Kavithasri (guest appearance)
  • Production

    After the success of the film Suriyan, Sarath Kumar teamed up with the same team, consisting of director Pavithran, cinematographer Ashok Kumar and editor duo B. Lenin and V. T. Vijayan, for the second time.

    Release

    The film opened to mixed reviews, with a critic noting "Pavithran's direction lacks direction" and that "the only saving grace is the music of Illayaraja ; a couple of songs are really melodious and lilting tunes, and the background music is commendable, as is the photography of Ashok Kumar and the editing skills of Lenin and Vijayan". He added that the film is "technically well made and lavishly mounted, but fails to grip the viewer in any way."

    Soundtrack

    The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Ilaiyaraaja. The soundtrack, released in 1993, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali.

    References

    I Love India Wikipedia
    I Love India IMDb


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