Paatti Sollai Thattathe

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Paatti Sollai Thattathe
Paatti Sollai Thattathe.jpg
Poster
Directed byRajasekhar
Produced byM. Saravanan
M. Balasubramanian
M. S. Guhan
Written byChitralaya Gopu
StarringPandiarajan
Urvashi
Manorama
S. S. Chandran
Venniradai Moorthy
Music byChandrabose
CinematographyRanga
Edited byR. Vittal
C. Laasni
Production
company
Release date
22 July 1988[1]
Running time
148 min
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Paatti Sollai Thattathe (lit. Do not disobey your grandmother's words) is a 1988 Tamil-language comedy film, directed by Rajasekhar and produced by AVM. The story was copied from Raj Kapoor and Waheeda Rehman starrer Ek Dil Sau Afsane(1963) a Hindi film. The film stars Pandiarajan, Urvashi and Manorama in leading roles. This film featured a Super car (a Volkswagen Beetle, like The Love Bug in 1968, an American comedy film by Walt Disney Productions, that starred an anthropomorphic pearl-white, fabric-sunroofed 1963 Volkswagen racing Beetle named Herbie) in the climax, which was considered as a super scene. The film was remade in Telugu as Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata (1990).[2]

Plot[edit]

Kannathaa (Manorama), an old rich countrywoman of character, as well as her husband, Vadjiran Suppaiya (S S Chandran), an old hunter, look forward to the return of Selvam (Pandiarajan), their unique grandson, whom they raised with love, since the tragic death of his parents. Selvam returns at his home, having ended his high studies. In the train which returns him, he meets Seetha (Urvashi), graduate also, who avoids her home, because of a marriage forced with a notorious procurer. Because he knows how to marry not with the one who was intended he and chosen by the good care of his grandmother, Selvam exiles himself with Seetha, who has just married him, towards the capital. The couple meets difficult debuts, because they are obliged to work in the same office, by pretending not to know each other. They have to face a multitude of qui pro quos. Then once reconciled with his grandmother, Selvam and Seetha is obliged to lie him, by presenting him a child who is not theirs. Indeed, Vadjiran Suppaiya who had come see his grandson, well before, leaves Seetha with a child in her arms. The old man deduced that it was theirs. Selvam "thus" "rented", with Anushiya (Silk Smitha), her baby, to keep up appearances. But the young woman turns out to be a big swindler. She exploits the situation of the couple.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

At the appropriate time, in 1988, the movie benefited from a trailer on Indian television. For Paatti Sollai Thattathe, Rajasekhar realizes in the form of a cartoon, its opening credits. The sequence with the car (Beetle Super Car TMR 8790) remained memorable with the public at the time. This movie of the AVM Productions was a success and added up to approximately 175 days[3] on the screen.

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack consist of seven songs composed by Chandrabose, with lyrics written by Vairamuthu.[4] The famous Tamil actress Manorama sung the title song "Delhikku Raja Analum" and "Patta Padippu Padichu Vantha" with the singer Malaysia Vasudevan.

Thaimel Aanai
Studio album by
Chandrabose
Released1988
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelAVM Audio
ProducerAVM

All lyrics written by Vairamuthu.

No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1.""Car Car Super Car""M. S. Rajeswari01:35
2.""Delhikku Raja Analum""Manorama04:22
3.""Patta Padippu Padichu Vantha""Manorama, Malaysia Vasudevan and chorus05:30
4.""Salaam Sadukudu""Malaysia Vasudevan, S. P. Sailaja and chorus04:36
5.""Vannathi Poochi""S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and K. S. Chitra04:10
6.""Vethala Madichi Kodukka Aasaiya""S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and K. S. Chitra04:34
7.""Vethala Madichi Kodukka Aasaiya" (Sad)"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and K. S. Chitra04:48

Reception[edit]

The Indian Express wrote "While Gopu shows much eagerness to indulge in some naughty lines [..] director Rajasekhar [..] shows thoughtfulness in fashioning his sequences".[5]

Award[edit]

1988 Tamil Nadu State Film Award

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paatti Sollai Thattathey". The Indian Express. 22 July 1988. p. 4.
  2. ^ Saravanan, M. (2013) [2005]. AVM 60 Cinema (in Tamil). Rajarajan Pathippagam. pp. 318–319.
  3. ^ "Welcome to Director R.Pandiarajan Website". www.lakshmansruthi.com.
  4. ^ "Patti Sollai Thattathe Songs Download, Patti Sollai Thattathe Tamil MP3 Songs, Raaga.com Tamil Songs - Raaga.com - A World Of Music".
  5. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=P9oYG7HA76QC&dat=19880729&printsec=frontpage&hl=en

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