Ennai Thalatta Varuvala

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Ennai Thalatta Varuvala
Tamil என்னை தாலாட்ட வருவாளா
Directed by K. S. Ravindran
Produced by P. M. Vedimuthu
Starring Ajith Kumar
Amar Siddique
Music by M. Abniram
Cinematography Magi Natesh
Edited by V. M. Uthayasankar
Muthalaya Films
Release date
  • 21 March 2003 (2003-03-21)
Country India
Language Tamil

Ennai Thalatta Varuvala (English: Will She Come to Cradle Me?) is 2003 Tamil film directed by K. S. Ravindran and produced by P. M. Vedimuthu, who also wrote the story. The film features Vignesh and Reshma in the lead roles, with Ajith Kumar in cameo appearance. The film began production works in 1996 as Vennila [1] and the project was delayed due to financial problems with the film finally released in March 2003.[2]


It centres around Vennila's connections with the three men in her life. Sathees (Ajith) who wins a college competition and becomes the object of the arrogant Vennila's ire. In a fit of pique, Vennila feigns love to him, gets him to marry her, and then ditches him on the wedding night. The whole affair leaving the innocent soft-hearted youth in a state of shock, and later hospitalised and in deep coma. Santosh, the new entrant to college, who chooses Vennila for his games of one-upmanship, leaving her puzzled as to his motive. And Amar, her fiance from abroad, who she later realises is a psychopath. An interesting scenario which had the potential to turn into a good, suspense thriller. The film is good in parts, but has the odds heavily stacked against it.

The script goes for a nose-dive after Vennila finds she is pregnant, and is shocked, since she's not had physical relationship with any of the guys. And then she realises that it was the past catching up with her, and it was a planned vendetta by Satish's dear ones.



The film was earlier titled as Vennila, after the name of the character portrayed by Reshma.[3][4] The film began production works in 1996 and the project was duly delayed due to financial problems with the film finally releasing in March 2003.[5]


Upon release, the film gained primarily negative reviews with critics citing that the "ridiculousness and extreme nature instead makes it a farce",and fail at the Box-office[6][7]