|Directed by||K. Subash|
|Produced by||M. Ramanathan|
|Written by||K. Subhaash|
Shanmuga Priyan (dialogues)
|Cinematography||Y. N. Murali|
Raj Films International
|Distributed by||Raj Films International|
Bramma is a 1991 Tamil film directed by K. Subash. The film stars Sathyaraj in the lead role pairing with Kushboo Sundar and Bhanupriya. The film was a Deepavali release, with largely positive reviews and completed 100 days in theaters & was a Successful. The film was remade in Telugu as same name with Mohan Babu, in Hindi with same name with Govinda and in Kannada as Ravivarma with Vishnuvardhan.
- Sathyaraj as Ravivarman
- Kushboo Sundar as Jennifer
- Bhanupriya as Pavithra
- Goundamani as Valayapalayam Chinnasamy
- Pradeep Shakthi
- C. K. Saraswathi as House maid
Ravivarman is a talented artist with special ability to draw faces of person at their different ages given their childhood photo. After tragic loss of his wife in Flight blast, he becomes a drunkard and lives aimless. Police summons Ravi to draw the face of accused in bomb blast from the previous file photo. Because of his painting, the criminal George is caught by the police and George challenges to take revenge on Ravi. Due to his help to the police, Ravi becomes famous and he is called by a rich man in Rosewood Estate who wants to find his niece who went missing at her age of five. From the housemaid's warning, Ravi understand the rich man's true intentions. He draws his wife as the missing niece's painting and hands over it to the rich man. Meanwhile, he searches and finds Jennifer, who is actual heir of Rosewood Estate. George escapes from jail and it is revealed that Ravi's wife Pavithra is alive but in coma stage. Meanwhile, Jeni falls in love with Ravi. At last Ravi fights and gets the property of Jeni and unites with Pavithra.
|1||"Engiruntho"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||Vaali||05:07|
|2||"Ival Oru Ilanguruvi"||S. Janaki||04:53|
|3||"Nadapadhu Nadakattum"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||Gangai Amaran||05:04|
|4||"Raathiri Neram Railadi Oram"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||Vaali||05:04|
|5||"Varuthu Varuthu"||S. Janaki, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||05:02|
The film received great accolades and was very successful at the box office. The Indian Express wrote "Its an elaborately worked out formula film, with ample opportunity for Sathyaraj to swagger around in his informal manner".
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