Sri Bannari Amman

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Sri Bannari Amman
Directed byBharathi Kannan
Produced byS. Mahalakshmi
Written byV. Prabhakar (dialogues)
Screenplay byBharathi Kannan
Music byT. Rajendar
Edited byV. Jaishankar
Sri Mahalakshmi Productions
Release date
19 April 2002

Sri Bannari Amman is a 2002 Tamil devotional film written and directed by Bharathi Kannan. The film featured Vijayashanti in the title role being her 175th project alongside Karan and Laya, while Vadivelu plays a supporting role. The film, which had music composed by T. Rajendar, released in April 2002.



The music was composed by Vijaya T. Rajendar.[1]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 "Vetri Nadai" T. Rajendar Vijaya T. Rajendar 02:57
2 "Aathisivan Pathiyada" T. Rajendar, Sujatha Mohan Vijaya T. Rajendar 06:47
3 "Thalattu Kettathillai" Anuradha Sriram, K. S. Chithra Vijaya T. Rajendar 08:14
4 "Roopamaari" T. Rajendar Vijaya T. Rajendar 03:10
5 "Kalakkuthu Karagaatam" Simbu, Harini Vijaya T. Rajendar 07:20
6 "Kallaanalum Kanavanthan" Nithyasree Mahadevan, Swarnalatha Vijaya T. Rajendar 06:34
7 "Vandhidu Vandhidu" K. S. Chithra Vijaya T. Rajendar 06:56


The film opened to average reviews, with a critic from The Hindu noting "if only one story had been woven into a nice screenplay, it would have sustained the tempo. A couple of small stories narrated in the film make the main story line weak.".[2] BBThots wrote it "doesn't offer anything new or different from the other Amman movies".[3] Screen wrote "Actually it seems that the director is more confused on whether to cash in on Vijayshanthi’s image or go in for more of the unusual stuff".[4]


  1. ^ "Sri Bannari Amman Songs". Retrieved 6 December 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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