April Maadhathil (Tamil: ஏப்ரல் மாதத்தில் ; English: In the month of April) is a 2002 Indian Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by newcomer S. S. Stanley. Starring Srikanth and Sneha in the lead roles with Gayatri Jayaraman, Venkat Prabhu, Devan and Karunas among others in the supporting cast. The film, which had music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography handled by M. V. Panneerselvam, released on 29 November 2002 and was declared a superhit at the box office. The film was later dubbed into Hindi as Mr. Rangeela and in Telugu as Vaallidharu and released in 2004.
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