Kamarasu

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Kamarasu
Directed byP. C. Anbazhagan
Produced byP. S. K. Karunakaran
(Presenter)
P. Shenbagarajan
P. K. Karuna
N. Vanaraja
P. Sampath
Written byP. C. Anbazhagan
StarringMurali
Laila
Vadivelu
Vennira Aadai Nirmala
Srividya
Music byS. A. Rajkumar
CinematographySelva. R
Edited byV. Jai Shankar
Production
company
Shanthi Vanaraja Movies
Distributed bySuper Good Films
Release date
22 February 2002
Running time
135 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Kamarasu is a 2002 Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by P. C. Anbazhagan. He starred Murali, Laila, Vadivelu, Vennira Aadai Nirmala and Srividya. The film was produced by P.S.K. Karunakaran and distributed by R. B. Choudary in the banner of Super Good Films. The music composed by S. A. Rajkumar were a success, but the film was released with negative reviews.[1]

Plot[edit]

Kamarasu (Murali) is the driver and caretaker in industrialist Latha's (Srividya) house. After a hard day's work, he comes home to his paralysed mother (Vennira Aadai Nirmala) and takes care of her needs. He also finds the time to serve people in the vicinity, fall in love with Vasanthi (Laila), and fight with villains. Suddenly, his mother and Vasanthi die. Our hero follows suit but not before donating his heart, kidney and all possible organs to Latha's family that has been badly injured in an accident.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Director Anbazhagan had proposed the story to Choudary in 1998 during a coincidental meeting on Marina Beach and subsequently impressed him after reading a collection of short poems and stories he had written, before being given the opportunity to narrate a story.[2]

The film was delayed for two years, with Choudary reviving it for release.[3]

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack is composed by S. A. Rajkumar and lyrics were written by Muthulingam, Mu. Metha, Kalidasan and Arivumathi.[4]

  • Chinna Chinna Vilakke — Hariharan
  • Chinna Chinna Kannukulle — Unnikrishnan, Chithra
  • Paathi Nila — SPB, Chithra
  • Aagayangal Thevai — SPB
  • Pottu Mela — Krishnaraj, Sujatha
  • Malayai Ippa — Mano, Rajkumar, Swarnalatha
  • Oru Murai — Nagore Hanifa

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