Ammuvagiya Naan

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Ammuvagiya Naan
Ammuvagiya Naan poster.jpg
Poster
Directed by Padmamagan
Produced by Srinivash Reddy
Written by Padmamagan
Starring Parthiban
Bharathi
Mahadevan
Thennavan
Rajashree Nair
Narrated by Padmamagan
Music by Sabesh-Murali
Cinematography M. S. Prabhu
Distributed by Parker Brothers
Release date
2 September 2007
Country  India
Language Tamil

Ammuvagiya Naan (English: I, Ammu) is a Tamil language film directed by Padmamagan starring R. Parthiepan and Bharathi. The film, released in September 2007, became a hit.

Plot[edit]

The film revolves around Ammu (Bharathi), an orphan brought up in a prostitute's house. Brought up in such atmosphere, she develops a fascination for the world's oldest profession. She comes across a writer Parthiban, who comes to her place to pen a novel on the life of a commercial sex worker. Her childlike innocence wins over Parthiban's heart. He decides to marry her.

Parthiban's love and care brings a change in Ammu. She understands the value of family and the bond of togetherness. Parthiban completes his novel Ammuvagya Naan and hopes for a national award for it. But fate pays a cruel act in the form of Mahadevan, president of a literary association. He bargains for a night with Ammu to ensure the national award for Amuvagiya Naan. What happens next forms the climax. Eventually Ammu kills Mahadevan.

Cast[edit]

  • Parthiban
  • Bharathi
  • Mahadevan

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack was composed by Sabesh-Murali.[1]

  • Kadale Kadale - Mathangi
  • Kadale Kadale (2) - Sabesh Murali
  • Silir Silir - Srilekha PArthasarathy
  • Unnai Saranadainthen - Harish Raghavendra, Kalyani

Critical reception[edit]

Kollywood Today wrote "As a whole, Ammuvaagiya Naan is a film that has attempted to can a bold theme with different approach and thank god, there are no unwanted commercial elements present here."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ammuvagiya Naan – Music Review". Retrieved 9 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Review - Ammuvagiya Naan". 30 August 2007. Retrieved 9 February 2017.