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Directed byV. L. Bashkaraaj
Produced byG. R. Ethiraj
R. Achuthananthan
Easwari Ulaganathan
P. Sujatha
E. Rajan
Written byV. L. Bashkaraaj
Music byGangai Amaran
CinematographyDevchand Ren
Edited byGanesh — Kumar
Vellore Film Associates
Release date
  • 14 January 1993 (1993-01-14)
Running time
150 minutes

Aadhityan is a 1993 Tamil-language drama film directed by V. L. Bashkaraaj. The film features R. Sarathkumar and Sukanya. The film had musical score by Gangai Amaran and was released on 14 January 1993.


Aadhityan (R. Sarathkumar) is an orphan village blacksmith and the villagers consider him as a rude ruffian. The neighboring Zamindar (Kitty) forces the villagers to leave the village and they land in Aadhityan's village. Aadhityan helps them and then clashes with Zamindar. In the meantime, Chinna Pandi (Pandiarajan), a Tamil teacher, is engaged to teach Tamil to the Telugu girl Manga (Silk Smitha). Zamindar finally accepts the villagers in his village. Vedachellam (Delhi Ganesh) is a gambling addict who borrows money to Zamindar. Zamindar wants to get his son Vinod married to Vedachellam's daughter Rasathi (Sukanya). Under debts, Vedachellam accepts reluctantly Zamindar's proposal. Chinna Pandi advises Vedachellam to save the village and to get Aadhityan married to Rasathi. The drunk Aadhityan ties the thaali around Rasathi's neck. Now, Rasathi is married to Aadhityan but she hates him.



Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerGangai Amaran

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Gangai Amaran. The soundtrack, released in 1993, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Gangai Amaran.

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 "Gongura...Nennu Andhra" Mano, K. S. Chithra 4:28
2 "Kanna Kadhal Kannukku" Swarnalatha 3:43
3 "Kattikko Koora Pattu Selai" K. S. Chithra, Chorus 4:30
4 "Kottattum Mela Sattam" Malaysia Vasudevan, Swarnalatha 4:26
5 "Uchi Malai" Gangai Amaran 2:47


K. Vijiyan of New Straits Times said, "if more care had been taken with the acting, it would have been remarkable".[1] The Indian Express called it "yet another film that spins a puerile yarn and expects the audience to lap it up, insulting their intelligence in the bargain".[2]


  1. ^ Vijiyan, K. (5 February 1993). "Poor acting spoils potential of movie". New Straits Times. p. 20. Retrieved 23 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Puerile yarn". The Indian Express. 22 January 1993. p. 7.