Roja, a young woman born and brought up in Southern India, prays that the handsome young man coming to see her sister will be her future brother-in-law, only to have the tables turned on her when he openly choses her over her sister (as her sister loves another). So Roja marries Rishi and they leave the village to settle in the city, where both fall in love. Rishi, who works for the Indian Government, is instructed to go to the troubled state of Kashmir on a classified mission. Roja also goes along. Then her innocent world is shattered when Rishi is abducted and held for ransom by a group of jihadist militants who want an independent Kashmir and the release of a terrorist held by the Indian military forces. Will the passionate appeal of this young woman move cold and ruthless military and politician's hearts and minds? Two of the songs are worth remembering after watching the Hindi-dubbed version of the movie: "Dil hai chhotasa, chhotisi aasha, masti bhare man ki bholisi aasha, chand ...
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A R Rahman won the National Film Award for Best Music Direction, Filmfare Award for Best Music Director, Tamil and the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director for his work. In 2005 the album received critical acclaim and was also listed in Time magazine's "10 Best Soundtracks" of all time. See more
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Pudhu Vellai Mazhai
(Hindi: "Yeh Haseen Waadiyaan")
Sung by Unni Menon
Sung by S.P. Balasubrahmanyam
and K.S. Chithra
Music composed by A.R. Rahman
Tamil Lyrics by Vairamuthu
Hindi Lyrics by P.K. Mishra See more