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Jana
Directed by Shaji Kailas
Produced by kaja maydeen
Starring Ajith Kumar
Sneha
Raghuvaran
Karunaas
Manoj K Jayan
Siddique
Radharavi
Music by Dhina
Release date(s) May 2004
Language Tamil

Jana (2004) (Tamil: ஜனா) is a Tamil film directed by Shaji Kailas. The film stars Ajith Kumar, Sneha, Raghuvaran, Karunaas, and Sri Vidya. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Dhina. It was dubbed into Telugu as Rowdy Don and later dubbed straight into the DVD Format as Main Hoon Soldier.This film created problems between kaja maydeen(producer) and Ajith. Kaja Maydeen said that Ajith was responsible for the failure of the movie.

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Plot

Jana lives in a village in Tamil Nadu, leading life incognito, taking up the cause of the villagers, making enemies around. And then comes the twist in the tale, the caption in the interval reading...'Interval...Wait just see other face'. And when the film re-opens we do get to see the other face of Jana.

Jana, a terror to the Mumbai underworld, corrupt politicians and their ilk, killing, maiming and teaching a lesson to them. Both the faces of Jana merge finally, when his bete noire Bhandari, out of jail, comes to the village to have his final round with Jana.

Cast

Actor Role
Ajith Kumar Jana
Sneha Manimegalai
Srividya Jana's Mother
Manoj K Jayan Jana's Brother
Radharavi Veerapandi
Raghuvaran Jana's Father
Karunaas
Siddique Bhandari
Delhi Ganesh Jana's Guardian

Box Office

  • The film did not do well at the box office.[1]

Soundtrack

The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by Dhina.

  • Oru Vanamai - SP Balasubramanyam
  • Thithi Thidavae - Bombay Jayashree
  • Pothuva Palaruku - Karthik, Anuradha Sriram
  • Thakathimi Thakathimi - Tippu
  • Poochandi Vanthutta - Sunitha, Sarathi
  • Konjam Uravinayum - Shankar Mahadevan

References

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