Vaanmathi

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Vaanmathi
Directed by Agathiyan
Produced by Sivashakthi Pandian
Written by Agathiyan
Starring Ajith Kumar
Swathi
Music by Deva
Cinematography Thangar Bachan
Edited by Lancy Mohan
Production
  company
Sivashakthi Movie Makers
Distributed by Sivashakthi Movie Makers
Release date(s) January 15, 1996
Running time 147 mins
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget INR1.9 crore

Vaanmathi is a 1996 Tamil language film directed by Agathiyan starring Ajith Kumar and Swathi in the lead roles. This film portrays hatred that slowly transforms to love between two young souls who are from very different financial backgrounds.[1] The film was released on January 15, 1996 and went on to become a commercial success, running for 175 days at the box office.[2]

Plot[edit]

Krishna (Ajith) belongs to a middle-class family, where his father is a womanizer and brought up Krishna as a good for nothing fellow. Krishna is also a youngster who likes to waste time his time, by hanging out with his friends and roaming behind girls. Vaanmathi (Swathi) is the daughter of a rich business woman who is very arrogant and does anything for money. For example she even abandoned her husband when Vaanmathi was a baby for money. Vaanmathi is a girl who grew up to be a bully, by bringing a bunch of friends in her vehicle and always takes a video camera with her. Then later initiates them. Krishna and Vaanmathi play tricks on each other and fight after they met but eventually fall in love, but Vaanmathi's mother is not happy with that. She dislikes Krishna as sees him as her enemy number 1.

She tried everything to break them up and she even arranges a marriage between Vaanmathi and son of the Governor of Tamil Nadu. If their love will be united, forms the rest of the story.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music composed by Deva.[3]

No. Song Singers Lyrics
1 Arunachalam Swarnalatha Vaali
2 Oru Naalum P. Unni Krishnan, Anuradha Sriram
3 Poontha Malli Mano, K. S. Chithra
4 Pillayarpatti Hero Deva
5 Tata Seirra Mano
6 Vaikaaraiyil S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra

Release[edit]

The film became a major success and subsequently set up a future collaboration between the director and actor in Kadhal Kottai.[4]

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