Raasave Unnai Nambi

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Rasave Unnai Nambi
Promotional Poster
Directed byT. K. Bose
Written bySiraj
Screenplay bySiraj
Story bySiraj
Produced byRajkiran
Poornam Viswanathan
CinematographyP. Ganesapandian
Edited byL. Kesavan
Music byIlaiyaraaja
Red Sun Art Creations
Distributed byRed Sun Art Creations
Release date
  • 15 April 1988 (1988-04-15)

Rasave Unnai Nambi is a 1988 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by T.K.Bose and produced by Rajkiran. The film stars Ramarajan, Rekha, Poornam Viswanathan and Saritha. The film had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja.[1][2]

This film ran for 100 days.[3]


Malathi (Saritha) is a new teacher in a small town and stays in the house owned by Raja (Ramarajan), another teacher at the school. Raja's older brother is an Army officer that everyone calls Pattalathan (Radha Ravi). He's well-respected in the town and is strict with anyone that attempts anything illegal or immoral. Vasu (Malaysia Vasudevan) is a moonshiner that has had multiple run-ins with Pattalathan and nurses a grudge. His younger sister Ranjitham (Rekha) was in college with Raja. The two were in love but separate due to misunderstandings caused by their older brothers' clashes. Raja arranges for Malathi and Pattalathan to marry and the two are very happy together. Ranjitham's other brother Arunachalam (Ilavarasan), who ran away as a child, returns to town just as Pattalathan is deployed again. Malathi knew Arunachalam before she came to town and that prior relationship causes problems for the family. Things are exacerbated when Malathi learns that she is pregnant. The family tensions reach a critical juncture when Pattalathan returns to town.



The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja.[4]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 "Kaalai Nera Raagamey" K. S. Chithra Gangai Amaran 04: 09
2 "Raasathi Manasule" P. Susheela, Mano Ilaiyaraaja 05 :10
3 "Raasathi Manasule" (sad) P. Susheela 05:13
3 "Kamma Kara Yoram" Malaysia Vasudevan, K. S. Chithra Gangai Amaran 04:22
5 "Mayilaattam Paathuputtu" Malaysia Vasudevan, Gangai Amaran 04:35
6 "Seethaikoru" Mano 04:48


The Indian Express wrote "The eyecaressing rural scenario and Ilayaraja's flutely music and songs are the saving grace whose style and manner remind you of films like Amman Koil Kizhakkale and Vaidehi Kaathirunthal. The contrivances of the plot set the clocks decades back".[5] Susheela won the Best female playback singer at the 1989 Cinema Express Awards.[6]


  1. ^ "Rasave Unnai Nambi". entertainment.oneindia.in. Retrieved 3 August 2014.
  2. ^ "Rasave Unnai Nambi". spicyonion.com. Retrieved 3 August 2014.
  3. ^ Shankar (22 August 2017). "இராமராஜன்... இனி யார்க்கும் அமையாத அருமைகளின் சொந்தக்காரர்!". https://tamil.filmibeat.com (in Tamil). Retrieved 11 March 2019. External link in |website= (help)
  4. ^ "Raasave Unnai Nambi Songs". raaga.com. Retrieved 3 August 2014.
  5. ^ "The Indian Express - Google News Archive Search".
  6. ^ "Cinema Express readers choose Agni Nakshathiram". The Indian Express. Express News Service. 11 March 1989. p. 4.

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