Vetrivel Sakthivel

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Vetrivel Sakthivel
Vetrivel Sakthivel.gif
Directed by Lakshmi Priyan[1]
Produced by R. S. Venkatraman
Written by Lakshmi Priyan
Starring Sathyaraj
Sibiraj
Kushboo
Nikita Thukral
Music by Srikanth Deva
Cinematography A. Kasi Viswa
Edited by K. Palanivel
Production
company
Laxmi Arts
Release date
  • 9 December 2005 (2005-12-09)
Running time
155 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Vetrivel Sakthivel is a 2005 Indian Tamil film directed by Lakshmi Priyan. It stars Sathyaraj and his son Sibiraj alongside Kushboo and Nikita Thukral.[2]

Plot[edit]

Vetrivel (Satyaraj) is a businessman who lives with his wife (Kushboo Sundar), his son Sakthivel (Sibiraj), his daughter Selvi (Bharathi) and his wife's brother Thandapani (Vadivelu). Sakthi wanted to become as an IPS officer but his father denied it and made him work in his shop. Selvi gets married and lives happily, while Sakthi falls in love with Manju (Nikita Thukral). It turns out that Manju is the daughter of Vetrivel's sister who eloped with someone. Since, Vetrivel has lost touch with his sister. Manju came into their lives to reunite the siblings.

Meanwhile, Sakthi's sister finds out that her father-in-law (Thambi Ramaiah), his wife and her husband are culprits and smugglers. Before she can tell someone about it she is killed and her child is kept. Sakthi goes to visit his sister and finds her dead. Sakthi takes vengeance on his sister's murderers and goes to jail, while Manju's mother reunites with her brother Vetrivel. After having served his sentence in jail, Sakthi marries Manju and lives happily ever after.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack was composed by Srikanth Deva and lyrics were written by Vaali, Lakshmipriyan and Yugabharathi.[3]

  • Azhaguna Azhagu — Tippu, Anuradha Sriram
  • Thangapadakathin — SPB, Chithra
  • Madhura Karichi — Srilekha Parthasarathy, Mukesh
  • Kollaikara — Vijay Yesudas, Pop Shalini
  • En Chella — Jayachandran, Chithra

Critical reception[edit]

Sify called the film "nepotism of the worst kind", going to add that "director Lakshmi Priyan has dished out one of the most inept movies of the year".[4]

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