Anbu Sangili

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Anbu Sangili
Anbu Sangili DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byB. Nithyaraj
Produced byK. S. Srinivasan
K. S. Sivaraman
Written byB. Nithyaraj
Starring
Music byIlayagangai
CinematographyV. Murali
Edited byG. Jayachandran
Production
company
Sivasree Pictures
Release date
  • 30 August 1991 (1991-08-30)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Anbu Sangili (English: Chain of Love) is a 1991 Tamil drama film directed by B. Nithyaraj. The film features Anand Babu and Shamili in lead roles, with Udhayan, newcomer Subisha, Dharani, Uday Prakash, Senthil, Chinni Jayanth and Vivek playing supporting roles. The film, produced by K. S. Srinivasan and K. S. Sivaraman, had musical score by Ilayagangai and was released on 30 August 1991.[1][2][3]

Plot[edit]

Vinoth (Anand Babu) is a successful stage dancer, he is married and he has a small and clever girl Geethu (Shamili), the three live happily in their bungalow. One night, Vinoth's car moves down from a slope with Geethu alone in the car. The fugitive Victor (Udhayan), who runs from the police, manages to stop the car and saves Geethu. After that, the police arrest him. Vinoth then meets Victor in jail to help him, and Victor tells his bitter past.

In the past, Victor was a smart student, he lived in an orphanage owned by the kind-hearted church priest Adaikalam (Charuhasan). The orphanage struggled to raise funds, so Victor worked part-time as an auto rickshaw driver to help financially the orphanage. One day, Victor found a briefcase full of money in his auto rickshaw forgotten by a passenger. Victor later returned the money to that passenger Devanesan (Sreekanth) who was a rich industrialist. Impressed by Victor's sincerity, Devanesan promised to give 10 lakhs rupees to the orphanage. In the meantime, Victor and Indhu (Subisha) fell in love with each other. Thereafter, Devanesan died suddenly and his personal assistant Viswanath (Uday Prakash) refused to give the money promised for the orphanage. Victor then came to know that Viswanath actually killed Devanesan for his properties and money. Victor had no other choice than stealing the money from Viswanath's house, but the police started to chase Victor and arrested him when he saved Geethu.

Vinoth decides to help Victor who has to spend three more months in jail. Vinoth gives a small fund for the orphanage, he then threatens Viswanath to give back the money but Viswanath continues to refuse and he decides to kill everyone who stands in his way. Viswanath and his henchmen kill Devanesan's faithful servant Daas, the priest Adaikalam and Vinoth's wife. What transpires next forms the rest of the story.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Anbu Sangili
Soundtrack album by
Ilayagangai
Released1991
Recorded1991
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length20:34
LabelLahari Music
ProducerIlayagangai

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Ilayagangai. The soundtrack, released in 1991, features 4 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali, Muthulingam, Sembaiah and L. G. Raniyinmaindhan.[4][5][6]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 'Tattangal Talangaley' Mano 5:11
2 'Naal Muzhudum' K. J. Yesudas, Sunanda 5:09
3 'Mandira Punnaghai' Uma Ramanan 5:06
4 'Othayadi Paadhayile' (male) Raja Chakravarthy, Baby Kalpana 5:08

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Anbu Sangili (1991)  — Ilayagangai". mio.to. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
  5. ^ "Anbu Sangili (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)  — iTunes  — Apple". itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
  6. ^ "Anbu Sangili songs". saavn.com. Retrieved 24 January 2017.