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Directed by N. Maharajan
Produced by L. K. Sudhish
Written by N Maharajan
Starring Vijayakanth
Music by Deva
Cinematography S. Saravanan
Edited by B. S. Vasu
Captain Cine Creations
Distributed by Captain Cine Creations
Release date
  • 14 April 2000 (2000-04-14)
Country India
Language Tamil

Vallarasu is a 2000 Tamil action film starring Vijayakanth, Devayani, Raghuvaran, Karan, Vadivelu and Livingston. The music is by Deva. It was dubbed in Telugu as Commissioner Narasimha Naidu.[1] The movie was remade in Hindi as Indian.[2] The New Straights Times calls the film a blockbuster.[2]


Vallarasu (Vijayakanth) is the Deputy Commissioner of Police and a very honest police officer who has arrested Wasim Khan (Mukesh Rishi), a terrorist from Pakistan. He is married and has a wife Anjali (Devayani) and 2 children. Vallarasu kills his senior police officer (Raghuvaran), who is his father-in-law, on knowing he is hand-in-glove with terrorists and anti-national elements. Anjali leaves Vallarasu after she comes to know he had killed her father. Vallarasu takes the help of some youths who are disillusioned by their inability to join the police force to fight the terrorist and other criminal elements. Vallarasu fights R. Kandasamy (P. Vasu), a rich man who is behind the attempts to destabilise the country. With the help of Seshadri (Karan), a software engineer, Vallarasu succeeds in killing the son of Kandasamy. In retaliation, Kandaswamy attacks Sriman and Seshadri who both die. In the climax, Anjali unites with Vallarasu after knowing the truth, and he kills Kandasamy and Wasim Khan.



A scene shot was of Vijayakant and Devayani at a jewellery shop in T.Nagar in Chennai. The song was picturised near Pollachi and with the lead pair there were about 100 dancers. And choreographing the dance was dance master Haridas. A lavish set was erected at the A.V.M. Studios where a stunt scene was picturised between Vijayakant and Richard. Some stunt scenes were picturised between Vijayakant and Richard. Some stunt artistes who played as Richard's henchmen, also participated in the shot. Apart from Chennai, shooting locations were at New Delhi and Kulu Manali.[3] Bollywood villain Mukesh Rishi made his debut in Tamil cinema with this film. Director P. Vasu made his debut as actor with this film.


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  2. ^ a b "Lara joins moviedom". New Straits Times. 9 August 2001. Retrieved 9 September 2010. 
  3. ^ "Vallarasu". Retrieved 2012-08-25.