Idhayam, a heartfelt dramatization coordinated by Kathir, hit screens in 1991. The film had Murali and Heera playing the lead and was named as a famous romantic tale and was announced a blockbuster in the cinematic world. Music created by Isai Gnani Ilaiyaraaja was a chartbuster, as well. The film was accepted to be an innovator of the time and was named into Telugu as Hrudayam.
- Kathir’s first time at the direction
The movie denoted the presentation of Director Kathir in the entertainment world. After the tremendous achievement of his lady adventure, he proceeded to cut a specialty for himself in the sentiment classification – with films like Kadhal Desam, Kadhalar Dhinam, and Kadhal Virus. He is presently making a rebound in the Tamil entertainment world rejoining with AR Rahman, who had scored the music for Kathir’s previous movie
- Music by Ilaiyaraaja
The soundtrack of the collection of Idhayam was formed by maestro Ilaiyaraaja and had verses by expert lyricists Vaali and Pirsaisoodan. The collection contained melodies like April Mayile (Ilaiyaraaja, Deepan Chakravarthy, and SN Surender), Pottu Vaitha Oru Vatta Nila (KJ Yesudas and Ilaiyaraaja), Ohh Party Nalla (Malaysia Vasudevan), Poongodithan Poothathamma (SP Balasubramaniam), and Idhayamae (SP Balasubramaniam). The melodies were chartbusters.
- Murali is a heartfelt symbol
In the film, entertainer Murali plays a lovelorn school participant who can’t communicate his affection to his sweetheart depicted by Heera. When the pining darling can express his real thoughts, he experiences heart disease. Murali was commended for his depiction and the idea resounded to such an extent much so it cleared the way for some romantic tales after that.
- Heera Rajagopal’s film debut
Idhayam denoted the film presentation of Heera Rajagopal. She depicted a clinical understudy in the film who is unaware of her classmate’s love towards her. It is said that the entertainer was at first denying with regards to making her career in acting but was eventually convinced after the team’s professional approach. She proceeded to act in films like Nee Pathi Naan Pathi, Thiruda, Sathi Leelavathi, Kadhal Kottai, and Avvai Shanmugi to give some examples. She quit acting in 1999.