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(Redirected from Baana (2009 film))
Baana Kaathadi
Directed byBadri Venkatesh
Produced bySendhil Thyagarajan
T. Arjun
Written byBadri Venkatesh
G.Radhakrishnan (dialogues)
Music byYuvan Shankar Raja
CinematographyRichard M. Nathan
Edited bySuresh Urs
6 August 2010
Running time
146 minutes

Baana Kaathadi (Kite) is a 2010 Tamilromance film written and directed by Badri Venkatesh. The film stars newcomer Atharvaa, son of Tamil actor Murali, makes his debut in the film, and Samantha. Featuring music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by Richard M. Nathan and editing by Suresh Urs, the film, which was launched in March 2009,[1] released on 6 August 2010. It is the last movie of Murali, who made a special appearance in this movie, before his death in September 2010.


One day, in his rush to grab hold of a falling kite, Ramesh (Atharvaa) bumps into Priya (Samantha), a fashiontechnology student. In the process, her pendrive falls into his pocket, without either of them realising. The pendrive consists of six months' worth of Priya's project work, and she needed to submit it. Asking the principal for an extension, Priya searches for Ramesh and manages to find him. She humiliates him, while he denies that the pendrive is with him. After college one day, Ramesh and his friends see Priya on the road. They tease and infuriate her, eventually leading to her slapping him.

A few days later, while Ramesh's mother (Mounika) is washing his pants, she finds the pendrive. Ramesh realizes that the fault is his and immediately goes to return the pendrive. Priya is impressed with his attitude, as she had expected him to keep the pendrive because she slapped him. This marks the beginning of their friendship. As time passes, Priya and Ramesh become closer. Urged by his friends, Ramesh goes to tell Priya that he loves her. However, while asking for money from his friend Kumar (Karunas), he accidentally takes the condom from Kumar's pocket. When Ramesh sees the condom, he tries to hide it from Priya. However, just then, the police arrives, and he is forced to drop it. Priya sees the condom and is shocked. She denies knowing Ramesh, resulting in him being taken to the police station.

Ramesh is finally brought home and refuses to talk to Priya. His friends try to talk to her, but she does not listen. However, when her friend tells her how much Ramesh actually loves her, she is finally convinced. Ramesh had actually bought Priya a grain of rice with her name written on it. Priya thus realizes that she also loves Ramesh and begins trying to get him to accept her. However, he refuses to accept her as he believes that she thinks of him as lower-class.

In a subplot, Ramesh witnesses a murder committed by the local gangster 'Maanja' Ravi (Prasanna). In shock, Ramesh runs away and eventually trips over an elderly man. The next day, Ravi sends Ramesh to Gujarat, as he fears for his safety. A few days later, the deceased's son appears in the commissioner's office with the elderly man, who claims that he can identify the boy who ran into him. Apparently, the deceased is an ex-MLA, and the commissioner decides to deal with the matter himself. The inspector warns Ravi and his gang, implying to them that the witness should be killed.

Meanwhile, Priya receives a call from her mother telling her that her father is going for surgery and asks her to return to the US. Priya tells Ramesh that she will be waiting at the bus stop the next day, at the same place where they first met. If he loves her, he would come. The next day, eventually being coaxed by Kumar, Ramesh goes to see her. On the way, Ravi tries to kill him, but his conscience gets the better of him. However, he also knows that there is another goon in the same bus as Priya waiting to kill Ramesh. Ramesh manages to stand in front of Priya, and they hold hands for a while. Ramesh then slips off the steps and is run over by the bus. His mother, friends, and Priya mourn his death, while the goon who was supposed to kill him slips away.

The movie ends with Priya in a car, looking at the grain of rice that has her name on it which Ramesh presented to her for her birthday.


  • Atharvaa as Ramesh
  • Samantha as Priya
  • Karunas as Kumar
  • Mounika as Ramesh's mother
  • Rajendran as Gang Leader
  • Manobala as Conductor
  • T. P. Gajendran as Kumar's father
  • Udayaraj as Ramesh's friend
  • Prasanna as 'Maanja' Ravi (cameo appearance)
  • Murali as 'Idhayam' Raja (guest appearance)
  • Debi Dutta in an item number


On 9 March 2009, the film's launch took place at AVM Studios in Vadapalani in Chennai, which was attended by the entire cast and crew and other prominent film personalities actor Murali and producer S. A. Chandrasekhar.[2] A major portion of the film is said to have been shot at the International Kites Festival of Gujarat, which would be the first time in the history of Tamil cinema.[3]


Baana Kaathadi
Soundtrack album by
Released30 April 2010
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSony Music India
ProducerYuvan Shankar Raja
Yuvan Shankar Raja chronology
Baana Kaathadi
Kaadhal Solla Vandhen

Baana's soundtrack is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The soundtrack album, which was released on 30 April'10 at Sathyam Cinemas in Chennai,[4] features 5 songs, 4 of which being solo numbers. However, contrary to earlier reports, the album didn't feature a remix of the Ilaiyaraaja song 'Aathadi Paavadai' from the film Poovilangu that starred Adharva's father Murali.[5]Na. Muthukumar wrote the lyrics for two songs, while Vaali, Snehan and Gangai Amaran each penned one song. All songs received positive comments and became hit instantly.[6]

1.'Thaakkuthe Kann Thaakkuthe'VaaliYuvan Shankar Raja4:08
2.'Oru Paithiyam Pidikkudhu'Na. MuthukumarKarthik5:29
3.'Kuppathu Rajakkal'SnehanHaricharan, Rahul Nambiar, Sathyan4:43
4.'En Nenjil'Na. MuthukumarSadhana Sargam5:10
5.'Ullara Poondhu Paaru'Gangai AmaranRoshini5:02
Total length:24:32

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Times of India wrote 'Clearly the screenplay hasn’t played out all that smoothly. The kite could have soared, but falters and dips too often'.[7]Behindwoods wrote 'Director Badri Venkatesh could have handled the script a lot better. With a powerful production house and lots of talent at his disposal, he could easily have given much more powerful presentation. The screenplay does not demand attention at all and hence it is hard to hide a feeling of saturation when you are watching the movie'.[8]


  1. ^'Events – 'Baana Kaathadi' Exclusive Song Promo'. IndiaGlitz. 2 June 2010. Retrieved 15 January 2012.
  2. ^''Baana' Movie Launch'. Archived from the original on 10 March 2009. Retrieved 9 March 2009.
  3. ^'A kite festival on screen – Tamil Movie News – Baana Kaathadi | Atharva | Samantha | Prasanna | Karunaas'. 27 January 2010. Retrieved 15 January 2012.
  4. ^'Bana Kaathadi audio launched'. Sify. Archived from the original on 4 May 2010. Retrieved 30 April 2010.
  5. ^''Aathadi Pavada' song in Baana!'. Archived from the original on 3 February 2010. Retrieved 30 April 2010.
  7. ^'Baana Kaathadi Movie Review {2.5./5}'. Times of India.

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Sathyajothi Films is one of the oldest and most respected production houses in Kollywood. From its first independent production `Moondram Pirai' in 1982 the banner has been consistently giving the audiences only clean entertaining family films like `Moondram Pirai', `Kizhaku Vasal', `Idhayam', `Parthiban Kanavu', `Em Magan'. The most recent one to come out of this banner was `Jayam Kondaan'. After the success of `Jayam Kondaan', Sathyajothi Films is now ready with `Baana Kaathadi'. The movie was launched in May last year and is now complete and ready for release.

`Baana Kaathadi' is a unique film as it brings together a few third generation young talents in the business of films. This film is produced by Senthil Thyagarajan and T. Arjun, the next generation from T.G Thyagarajan household. Similarly it introduces Atharva who is the son of actor Murali. And then there is Yuvan Shankar Raja another new generation doing the music.


`Baana Kaathadi' is a different film and the plot is new to south Indian cinema. It's about two young kite fliers, their life and their environment. The plot shows that Tamil cinema is maturing fast to handle off beat plots.

The film is written and directed by Badri Venkatesh who is a product of Tamil Nadu Film Institute. He was also a professor at the institute. He knows his job well and has already got a National award for a short film `Vidiyalai Nokki'.

The film was shot in Chennai, Gujarat and Thailand. Important scenes were filmed in Gujarat where the International Kite Festival is held every year. First time in Kollywood history a song and scenes were shot with the real crowd at the Kite Festival.

Adharva, son of actor Murali debuts in the film. Interestingly it was Sathyajothi Films that gave Murali one of biggest breakthrough films in his career. Murali's hugely successful film `Idhayam' was produced by the same company. Samantha debuts as the heroine. Samantha is the girl who played Trisha's role in the Telugu version of `Vinnaithandi Varuvaya'. Even in Tamil she played a cameo as the assistant to Silambarasan who later becomes the heroine of his film. Both the new comers have generated a lot of expectations. Prasanna is playing an important role. Karunaas is in charge of the comedy.

Baana Kaathadi's music is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The music album features 5 songs and interestingly 4 of them are solo numbers. Two are written by Na. Muthukumar. Vaali, Snehan and Gangai Amaran have written one song each.

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However the film will not feature the remix of the `Aathadi Paavadai' from Murali's debut film Poovilangu. Earlier there was a talk in the media of this re-mix featuring in the film. The audio was released on April 30 at Sathyam Cinemas.

Richard M Nathan who is an expert in shooting scenes amidst crowd realistically is the cameraman of this film. You must have seen the expertise of Richard Nathan in the recent trend setting `Angadi Theru. Rembon is the art director and Suresh Urs takes care of editing.

`Baana Kaathadi' is believed to be a realistic romantic film in which the highlight is supposed to be its climax. It is hitting the screens in May.

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