|Directed by||Raj Kapoor|
|Produced by||K. Balu|
|Written by||Raj Kapoor|
R. P. Viswam
|Edited by||B. S. Nagaraj|
K. B. Films
|Distributed by||K. B. Films|
Chinna Jameen is a 1993 Indian Tamil film directed by Raj Kapoor and starring Karthik, Sukanya and Vineetha. The film had a musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 13 November 1993. It ran for more than 100 days.
Rasaiya (Karthik) is brought up as an innocent man who suffers torture in the hands of his cruel uncle Rathnavel (R. P. Viswam) to get hold of his property for which Rasaiya is considered as legal heir. He falls in love with Jothi (Vineetha) however Rathnavel sets his henchman to molest and kill her.
Sathya (Sukanya) who joins as a Village Officer (V.O) in the village turns out to be Jothi's sister has arrived to avenge her sister's death. With the help of Rasaiya's friends, she transforms Rasaiya into a normal and strong person. In the end, Rasaiya kills Rathnavel and his henchmen and becomes a new heir to the palace.
- Karthik as Rasaiya / Chinna Jameendar
- Sukanya as Sathya / Nattamaikaramma
- Vineetha as Jothi (Sathya's Sister)
- Rajesh as Rajamanickam (Jameen Propartty Lawyer)
- R. P. Viswam as Rathnavel (Rasaiya's Uncle, Enemy role)
- UdayaPrakash as Sedhupathy (Rasaiya's Uncle, Enemy role)
- Sabitha Anand as Amsaveni (Rasaiya's Sister)
- Ganthimathi as (Rasaiya Gurdiyan's Mother)
- Goundamani as Vellasamy (Village Office Clerk)
- Senthil as (Village Office Piune)
- King Kong as (Rasaiya Friend)
- Thalapathy Dinesh as Fighter
- Kovai Senthil as Village people
- Tomato as Jothi Stamak Roling
- Ulakkai as Sathya Hip Pain Relifer
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|1||"Adi Vannathi Poo"||Mano, Swarnalatha||5:03|
|3||"Oru Manthara poo"||Mano, K. S. Chitra||4:45|
|5||"Onappu Thattu"||Ilaiyaraaja, Swarnalatha||5:08|
The Indian Express criticised Karthik's performance citing "he is plainly out of elements" and Raj Kapoor's "script and treatment dont help either".
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