|Directed by||R. Sundarrajan|
|Written by||R. Sundarrajan|
|Edited by||P. Mohanraj|
Raaj Films International
Thirumathi Palanisamy (transl. Mrs. Palanisamy) is a 1992 Tamil comedy-drama film directed by R. Sundarrajan. The film features Sathyaraj and Sukanya in lead roles. The film, produced by Ramanathan, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 25 October 1992.
Palanisamy (Sathyaraj) is an uneducated man who dreams to marry a teacher and lives with his friend Dhandapani (Goundamani). Palanisamy falls in love with Hamsaveni (Sukanya) at first sight. He decides to go to her village Irugur. First reluctant, she finally agrees to marry him, but only under three conditions: to continue to work as a teacher, to live in her hometown and with her father. After the marriage, Palanisamy imposes her three conditions: she must leave her hometown, be a teacher in the city that he has chosen and leave her father. She accepts them and Palanisamy explains the reason for these conditions.
In the past, Palanisamy lived in a village where a don Aandhavar (Kripa Shanker) forced the children to work in his fireworks factory. Palanisamy's father was a doctor and tried to save the children, knowing it, Aandhavar killed him. Aandhavar also killed his sister for the only reason that she was educated. Palanisamy asked many teachers to come to his village but everyone refused for fear of Aandhavar.
Palanisamy's only hope is now Hamsaveni. What transpires next forms the rest of the story.
- Sathyaraj as Palanisamy
- Sukanya as Hamsaveni
- Goundamani as Dhandapani
- R. Sundarrajan as Kunju Gounder
- Rekha (guest appearance)
- Kovai Sarala as School Teacher and Salem Annakili
- Babu Antony
- Delhi Ganesh as Palanisamy's father
- Kripa Shanker as Aandhavar
- Pandu as House Owner
- Mannangatti Subramaniam as Marimuthu Gounder
- Typist Gopu
- Balambika as Palanisamy's sister
- Ganthimathi as Aandal
- Kamala Kamesh
- Karuppu Subbaiah
- Vellai Subbaiah
- Tirupur Ramasamy
- Joker Thulasi
- Vikram Dharma in a cameo appearance
- Balu Anand as Kovil Pusari
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Pyramid Audio Adithya Music|
|1||'Amman Kovil'||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Minmini||5:07|
|2||'Kuthalakuyile'||Malaysia Vasudevan, Minmini||5:05|
|3||'Nadu Samathile'||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||5:05|
|4||'Othaamal Oru'||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||6:15|
|5||'Paatha Kolusu'||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||5:05|
|6||'Rendula Onna Thodu'||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||5:02|
- "Thirumathi Palanisamy". The Indian Express. 25 October 1992. p. 13.
- "Thirumathi Palanisaamy (1992)". Raaga.com. Archived from the original on 6 January 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2014.
- "Thirumathi Palanisamy". JioSaavn. Retrieved 11 June 2019.
- Mannath, Malini (23 October 1992). "Partly hilarious". The Indian Express. p. 7.