Ainthaam Padai

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Ainthaam Padai
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Directed by Badri
Produced by Kushboo Sundar
Written by Badri,
Sakthi Krishna (dialogues)
Starring Sundar C
Simran Bagga
Aditi Choudhary
Music by D. Imaan
Cinematography D. Shankar
Edited by Mu. Kasi Viswanathan
Avni Cinemax
Distributed by Ayngaran International Media
Release date
  • 23 July 2009 (2009-07-23)
Country India
Language Tamil

Ainthaam Padai(English:Fifth Creation or Fifth Army, Tamil:ஐந்தாம் படை) is a 2009 Tamil language film starring Sundar C, Mukesh and Simran Bagga. It released on 23 July 2009 and was produced by Sundar's wife, Kushboo.


The film is about relationships between two families where hardships and affections are on the competencies.

It centers on five brothers: Elder one As the film moves ahead it unravels about enmity with other family where Devasena (Simran) is a pampered daughter. But Gunasekaran is kind enough in breaking the hardships and getting united by arranging nuptials for Devasena with his brother Karunakaran. However, Devasena mistakes Prabhakaran to be her bridegroom. When things are unraveled and Prabhakaran turns away from Devasena's offer of marrying him, she vows to alienate him from his family by marrying Karunakaran.

Rest of the film is about the hand-in-hand combat between Prabhakaran and Devasena with each one moving around with their smart plans.



Soundtrack was composed by D. Imman and lyrics written by Gangai Amaran and Na. Muthukumar.[2]

S. No. Track Singer(s)
1 Orampo Ranjith, M. L. R. Karthikeyan
2 Aaradi Rakshasano Shreya Ghoshal, Shail Hada, Kumar Sanu
3 Sokku Sundar Sonu Kakkar
4 Vaadi En Devan Ekambaram
5 Chinna Kolunthanare Sadhana Sargam


Rediff wrote "Aindham Padai never takes itself seriously. It is not meant to be one. It's got a lot of lewd jokes, double entendre, just plain irritating stunts, and songs guaranteed to titillate the front-benchers but Simran is one of the reasons it works even halfway."[3] Behindwoods wrote " The movie necessarily has wholesome potential of a primetime sitcom and falls short of either powerful performances or an effectual plot."[4] The Hindu wrote "This could’ve been the season’s heart-warming family drama with enough twists and turns to keep you hooked. But ‘Aintham Padai’ (U), promoted as a mass entertainer, comes across as a mega television serial with too many sub-plots that take their own sweet time to come to a conclusion."[5]

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