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Vattaram DVD Cover.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed by Saran
Produced by Saran
Written by Saran
Starring Arya
Kirat Bhattal
Ramesh Khanna
Adithya Menon
Music by Bharathwaj
Cinematography A. Venkatesh
Edited by Suresh Urs
Distributed by Gemini Productions
Release date
  • 21 October 2006 (2006-10-21)
Running time
165 mins
Language Tamil

Vattaram is a 2006 Tamil gangster film written, produced and directed by Saran. The film stars Arya, Napoleon, Kirat Bhattal, Vasundhara, Adithya Menon and Ramesh Khanna. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Bharathwaj. The film released on 21 October 2006. This film declared average at the box office. The film was dubbed in Hindi as Are You Ready To Fight.


Burma (Arya) is the son of a driver (Nassar) in a rich man Gurupadam’s (Napoleon) house. Gurupadam is Burma’s role model, and his dream is to be like him. Soon, his father is framed by Ayravadham (Kadhal Dandapani), Gurupadam's right-hand man, and unable to bear the humiliation, he commits suicide. Burma grows up in the mean streets to be a gun dealer and waits for an opportunity to enter Gurupadam’s house and take revenge.

Soon he wins over Gurupadam and his only daughter Sangeetha (Kirat Bhattal). But Ayra and Veeravel (Ramji), Gurupadom’s elder son, are tooth and nail opposed to him and fear that he will take over their empire. However, Burma uses tact and cunningness to overcome their resentment and wins over Gurupadom’s trust. Slowly, he starts to understand the machinations of the power play in the underworld. He uses Gurupadom’s bitter foe Karuppusamy (Avinash) to his advantage and causes havoc which leads to a gripping climax.



The film was initially titled Veerasagasam, with Vijay entitled to play the lead role.[1]


Soundtrack was composed by Bharadwaj with lyrics by Vairamuthu.[2]

Title Artist
Naana Idu Naana Kalyani
Mudhal Mudhala Rajesh Krishan & Janani
Ovvoru Pillaiyum Mukesh
Idhu Kadhal Kadhal Rajesh Krishna
Unnai Partha Shalini & Chorus
Yaar Tharuvaar Bharadwaj (Theme Lyric by Saran)
Star Hotel Vendam Kavitha, Mrinalini & Sathyan


Sify wrote "Saran's Vattaram is an engaging action packed masala entertainer which moves at rapid pace. Director Saran has spiffily shot and stylishly packaged the film with a milieu that is new to Kollywood - Gun running trade".[3]


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