March 12, 2010 (India)
12 March 2010 (2010-03-12)
Sunaina, Riyaz Khan, Azhagan Thamizhmani, Sachin, Aniruthan
Mohana Sangavi, Sakthi Sangavi
Tamil cinema, Romance Film, World cinema
Sunaina appears in Yathumaagi and Maasilamani, Sunaina appears in Yathumaagi and Vamsam, Kabadam (2014), Sunaina appears in Yathumaagi and Nambiar, Samsaram Adhu Minsaram (1986)
Yathumaagi is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language romance film written and directed by S. Balakumar that stars newcomer Sachin and Sunaina in lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack composed by James Vasanthan. The film, produced by Sakthi Sangavi and Mohana Sangavi under the Chola Creations banner, was released on 12 March 2010 to critical acclaim while becoming a successful box office venture.
Anand (Sachin) is an advertisement photographer. Quite typical to such genre of films, he comes across Annalakshmi (Sunaina), who is conservative in her looks. After a few initial encounters, the girl develops love for him.
But Anand has other plans. The mystery is soon unraveled and is made known that Anand hails from a family of doctors. When everyone thinks Anand will tie the knot to Annalakshmi, the twist occurs in the form of Anand accepting an arranged marriage. What transpires between the lead couple forms the rest of the story which ends in an interesting climax.
The film received critical acclaim from critics. Indiaglitz praised Sachin's and Sunaina's performance. They stated that Sachin was a "promising newcomer". Behindwoods praised Sachin, claiming that he performed well and Sunaina was also praised for her performance and looks.
The film's soundtrack is composed by James Vasanthan, which features 6 tracks. The music of the album is very well famous become the yougsters