Andipatti Arasampatti

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Andipatti Arasampatti
Directed by Dananjaya
Produced by S. Thamizh Raja
Written by Dananjaya
Music by Rock Rownder
Cinematography Ravi Sreenivas
Edited by V. M. Uthayasankar
Meena Cine Combines
Distributed by Meena Cine Combines
Release date
4 November 2002
Running time
120 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Andipatti Arasampatti is a 2002 Tamil comedy film directed by Dananjaya. The film features Pandiarajan and Mansoor Ali Khan in lead roles. The film, produced by S. Thamizh Raja, had musical score by Rock Rownder and was released on 4 November 2002. The film is loosely based on the 1989 American film See No Evil, Hear No Evil which was also the inspiration for Hindi movies Hum Hain Kamaal Ke and Pyare Mohan , Marathi movie Eka Peksha Ek and Kannada movies Akka Pakka and Baduku Jataka Bandi.[1]


Andipatti (Pandiarajan), a blind man, and Arasampatti (Mansoor Ali Khan), a deaf man, are new friends.Their misadventures as they get caught in a smuggling operation and a murder. Chased by a bungling police duo, and hounded by the anti-social elements who believe the heroes have their priceless Anthrax with which they had planned to destroy the state's population, it is about how Andipatti and Arasampatti extricate themselves from the situation they had inadvertently landed themselves in.



Andipatti Arasampatti
Soundtrack album by Rock Rownder
Released 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 20:34
Producer Rock Rownder

the soundtrack was composed by film composer Rock Rownder and the film score by S. P. Venkatesh. The soundtrack, released in 2002, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Rock Rownder.[2]

Track Song Singer(s) Lyrics Duration
1 'Andipatti Arasampatti' Tippu Rock Rownder 5:21
2 'Oduthupar Rattanam' Krishnaraj 3:55
3 'Panganapalli Mengo' (male) Rock Rownder 4:03
4 'Panganapalli Mengo' (female) Anuradha Sriram 4:03
5 'Patchaipasu Pasanga' Sri Ram 3:12


  1. ^ "Find Tamil Movie Andipatti Arasampatti". Archived from the original on 20 August 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-14. 
  2. ^ "Aandipatti Arasampatti Songs". Retrieved 2012-04-14.