Tamilachi Mp3 Song Download — Tamilachi aka Thamizhachi is a box office Tamil drama that was helmed by S. Asokan. Provided below are the details for Tamilachi Mp3 Song Download.
The Plot of the Movie
This is the story of a reporter Revathi, who comes to a village in search of interesting true stories. She later comes to know that a woman called Thamizhselvi (Ranjitha) has not left her house for 7 years. When Revathi meets her, Thamizhselvi tells her sad past.
Back in the past, Rasayya (Napoleon) was a short-tempered man and the son of the village chief Periyasamy Gounder (Vijayakumar) whilst Undrayar Gounder (Mohan Natarajan) was a heartless rich villager. Both often clashed & fought. Some contrived situations made the villagers believe that the innocent Rasayya was a womaniser. Thereafter, Rasayya fell for Thamizhselvi who was from the nearby village and they eventually got married. Thamizhselvi at 1st thought that Rasayya was also a womaniser, so Rasayya proved her the contrary. One day, Undrayar Gounder tried to rape Thamizhselvi but Thamizhselvi kills him. Rasayya admits the murder and he was sentenced to the capital punishment.
Revathi makes a promise to save Rasayya from the capital punishment. What comes out later forms the crux of the story.
The Cast of the Movie
- Napoleon as Rasayya
- Ranjitha as Thamizhselvi
- Revathi as Revathi (guest appearance)
- Goundamani as Villangam
- Vijayakumar as Periyasamy Gounder
- Mohan Natarajan as Undrayar Gounder
- K. K. Soundar as Thamizh’s father
- Karuppu Subbiah
- Vellai Subbaiah
- Halwa Vasu as Jambulingam
- Joker Thulasi
- Kovai Senthil
- Pasi Narayanan as Narayanan
- Kallapart Natarajan
- Gowtham Sundararajan
About Songs of the Movie
- It has 6 Tracks in Total
- Music Released in 1995
- Native Language: Tamil
- Music Composed By Deva
- Song Lyrics Written By Vairamuthu and Subramani
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Vaaya Uyaramana Aalu by Mano and S. Janaki