|Directed by||P. Vasu|
|Produced by||M. S. V. Gopi|
|Written by||P. Vasu|
|Music by||M. S. Viswanathan|
|Edited by||P. Mohanraj|
|25 October 1992|
Senthamizh Paattu (English: Pure Tamil song) is a 1992 Indian Tamil language film, written and directed by P. Vasu. The film features Prabhu and Sukanya in the lead roles, while Salim Ghouse plays a supporting role. The film, which has music composed by M. S. Viswanathan and Ilaiyaraaja was a Deepavali release of 1992. The film was remade in Telugu as Amma Koduku, with Rajasekhar, and in Kannada as Rasika under the direction of Dwarakish in 1994.
- Prabhu as Bala/Balasubramaniyan
- Sukanya as Durgadevi/Durga
- Kasthuri as Shanmathi
- Sujatha as Kalaivani (Bala's Mother)
- Vijayakumar as Rangasamy (Shanmathi's Father)
- Manjula Vijayakumar as Meenakshi (Shanmathi's Mother)
- Salim Ghouse as Rajarathnam (Durga's Father, Enemy role)
- Kavitha as Rajeswari (Durga's Step Mother)
- Kazan Khan as Boopathy (Enemy role)
- Goundamani as Murugesan (Bala's Friend)
- Ravikumar as Ravi (Bala's Father)
- V. Gopalakrishnan as (Ravi's Father)
- Sakthi as (Young Balasubramaniyan)
The success of P. Vasu's family drama En Thangachi Padichava (1988) starring Prabhu prompted further collaborations in the same genre between the pair with Chinna Thambi (1991) and Senthamizh Pattu (1992) being released soon after.
|1||"Adi Komadha"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||Vaali||05:08|
|2||"Chinna Chinna Thooral"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Anuradha||05:09|
|4||"Kalayil Kethattu"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Swarnalatha||05:12|
|6||"Solli Solli"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Sunandha||05:11|
Release and reception
Senthamizh Paattu was released on 25 October 1992, that year's Diwali. Released from Block Boster & Box office Succsussfully Movie's The Indian Express called it "rather a crude imitation" of Vasu's earlier film Chinna Thambi.
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