Tamil Selvi

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Tamil Selvi
Tamil Selvi serial.jpg
Written byGuru Sampath Kumar
Directed by
  • A. Jawahar(1-93)
  • Nambiraja (94-191)
  • A.Ramachandran (192-Present)
Creative director(s)V. Murali Raman
  • Chaithra Sakkari
  • Vijay
  • Kovaikamala
  • Nishma
  • Niharikka
  • Preethi Kumar
  • Arunkumar Padmanabhan
Theme music composerRehan
Opening theme"Selvi Tamil Selvi"
Saindhavi (singer)
Sirkazhi (Lyrics)
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Tamil
No. of seasons1
Producer(s)Vaidehi Ramamurthy
CinematographyR.K. Venki
  • M.S. Thiyagarajan
  • C.H. Madhusuda Rao
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20-25 minutes
Production company(s)
Original networkSun TV
Original release3 June 2019 (2019-06-03) –
External links
Production website

Tamil Selvi is a 2019 Tamil language family soap opera starring Chaithra Sakkari, Vijay, Nishma and Niharikka. It premiered on Sun TV on June 3, 2019. The show is produced by Sun Entertainment and Vision Time India Pvt Ltd and directed by A.Ramachandran.[1][2]


A Tamil girl named Tamil Selvi is interested in studying and moving from village to city. But the two families are sure to get married to her cousin Saravanan. The woman gets married to Amudhan at the wedding due to unavoidable circumstances. This is the story of how she succeeds in her studies, overcoming the new relationships that refuse to accept her in a house that has broken into both families.



  • Chaithra Sakkari as TamilSelvi Amudhan (Amudhan's wife)
  • Vijay as Amudhan (Tamil Selvi's husband)
  • Nishma as Rudra Saravanan (Selvarani's younger sister, Saravanan's wife)
  • Niharikka as Ilakkiya (Tamil Selvi's college friend, Amudhan's sister)(Antagonist)
  • Preethi Kumar as Dilruba (Rajarajan's arch rival)(Main Antagonist)
  • Arunkumar Padmanabhan as Saravanan (Tamilselvi s cousin, Rudra's husband)
  • Jaykrishnan Kumar as Shiva (Dilruba's brother and Ilakkiya's husband)(Antagonist)

Recurring lead[edit]

  • M. J. Sriram as Rajarajan (Ilakkiya and Amudhan's father)(Antagonist)
  • Sabitha Anand as Shenbagavalli Rajarajan (Ilakkiya and Amudhan's mother)
  • Manush as Aatralarasu (Ilakkiya and Amudhan's brother)
  • "Metti Oli" Vanaja as Selvarani (Aatralarasu's wife ,Ilakkiya and Amudhan's sister-in-law)(Antagonist)
  • Suhasini as Mangayarkarasi (Ilakkiya and Amudhan's aunt)
  • A. Sakunthala as Annabharathi (Ilakkiya and Amudhan's grandmother)
  • Priya as Rajeshwari (Rajarajan's sister, Dilruba and Shiva's mother) (Secondary Antagonist)
  • Parthan Siva as Velmurugan
  • Neha Menon as Mallika (Tamil Selvi's sister)
  • Usha Sai as Namitha (Tamil Selvi's college friend)
  • VJ Nisha as Neelaveni (Saravanan's sister)
  • Vasu Vikram as Shakthivel (Tamil Selvi's uncle)
  • Deepa Iyer as Valarmathi (Tamil Selvi's aunt)
  • Suresh as Senthil (Shaktivel's son)
  • Jeganathan as Thangavel (Tamil Selvi's father)
  • Dhakshayini as Venmathi (Tamil Selvi's mother, Shaktivel's sister)
  • Vishwanathan as Vetrivel (Tamil Selvi's uncle, Shaktivel's brother)
  • "Meesai" Rajendranath as Palaniswamy (Saravanan's father)
  • Raghavi as Palaniammal (Saravanan's mother)
  • Kovai Kamala as Tamil Selvi's Grandmother
  • Dr. Sharmila as Dr. Indira (Shenbagavalli's friend)
  • Gowthami Vembunathan as Ezhilarasi (Doctor Kamaraj's wife and Amudhan's aunt)
  • G. Gnanasambandam as Dr. Kamaraj (Amudhan's uncle and Ezhilarasi's husband)
  • Avinash Ashok as Muthu (Amudhan s friend)

Former lead[edit]

  • Ashika Gopak Padukone as Tamil Selvi(Replaced by Sandra babu)
  • Sandra babu as Tamil Selvi(Replaced by Chaithra Sakkari)
  • Ashwin Kumar as Amudhan(Replaced by Vijay)
  • Varshika Nayak as Illakiya(Replaced by Niharika)
  • Kumaresan as Vetrivel(Replaced by Vishwanathan)

Special appearance[edit]

  • Kavya Shastry as Kavya(a lawyer )


The show was remade into Telugu as Subha Sankalpam airing on Gemini TV from 2 December 2019.[3]

Language Title Network(s) Airing history
Telugu Subha Sankalpam (శుభ సంకల్పం) Gemini TV 2 December 2019 – present

International broadcast[edit]

The series was released on 3 June 2019 on Sun TV and also airs on Sun TV HD. The program was also broadcast internationally on Channel's international distribution.

Crossover Episodes[edit]

  • From 06 January 2020 - 10th January 2020, Nila had a crossover with Tamil Selvi between 5 episodes (184-188).[6]


  1. ^ "Tamil Selvi to premiere on June 3". timesofindia.indiatimes.com. 24 December 2018. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Tamil Selvi serial official page". www.sunnetwork.in.
  3. ^ "Subhasankalpam Gemini Serial Launching 2nd December At 12.30 Noon". Indian Television. 2 December 2019. Retrieved 11 January 2020.
  4. ^ "Sun TV". YouTube.
  5. ^ "Sun TVs digital platform Sun NXT can be viewed across screen formats". Business Standard.
  6. ^ "Kanmani Lakshmi Stores Maha Sangamam". YouTube. Sun TV.