Aayiram Nilave Vaa

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Aayiram Nilave Vaa
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Directed byProf. A. S. Pragasam
Produced byDr. M. K. M. Zawahir
Chandra Pragasam
Written byA. S. Pragasam
StarringKarthik Muthuraman
Sulakshana
Music byIlaiyaraaja
CinematographyKumar Govindan
Edited byV. Rajagopal
Production
company
New Wave Pictures
Release date
15 July 1983
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Aayiram Nilave Vaa is a 1983 Tamil Indian feature film directed by Prof. A. S. Pragasam for New Wave Pictures. The film stars Karthik Muthuraman and Sulakshana in the lead roles.[1]

Cast[edit]

Plot[edit]

The story centers around Chandhar (Karthik) who is a manager of an estate in Ooty. He also moonlights as a writer of stories for a popular magazine and has a big fan following. Nagesh plays a guest at this estate. Soon, he gets another guest in the form of Devi (Sulakshana), who pretends to be blind and has a back story to this. She is also his biggest fan and has been proposed to by Chandhar via their fan letters to one another.

Love soon blossoms between the two and just as things come together, in comes Suri (Karthik in a dual role) who is the identical twin of the manager. Suri was adopted by the owner of the estate and so he feels neglected by his own family. This makes Suri binge on booze and other bad habits. He and Chandhar are not in good terms and are complete opposites in character. One day, both of them get into a fist-fight over Devi and somehow Suri dies. What happens next?

Soundtrack[edit]

The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja, while the lyrics were written by Vairamuthu, Pulamaipithan and Gangai Amaran.[2] The song "Devathai Ilam" was reused from song "Kelade Nimageega", which Ilaiyaraaja had composed for the Kannada film Geetha. The song "Andharangam Yavume" was later reused as "Manchu Kurise" in the Telugu film Abhinandana, also starring Karthik.

  • "Devathai Ilam" — S. P. Balu
  • "Andharangam" — S. P. Balu
  • "Ooty Kuliru" — Malaysia Vasudevan, S. P. Sailaja
  • "Kanni Ilam" — S. Janaki
  • "Gangai Aatril" — P. Susheela

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aayiram Nilave Vaa LP Vinyl Records". musicalaya. Archived from the original on 2 May 2014. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  2. ^ http://play.raaga.com/tamil/album/Ayiram-Nilavae-Vaa-songs-T0000030