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Director  S. P. Muthuraman
Screenplay  Panchu Arunachalam
Country  India
6.1/10 IMDb

Music director  Ilayaraja
Duration  
Language  Tamil
Adutha Varisu movie poster
Release date  July 7, 1983 (1983-07-07)
Cast  Rajnikanth, Sridevi Kapoor, V. K. Ramasamy, S. S. Chandran, Silk Smitha, Jaishankar
Similar movies  Rajinikanth appears in Adutha Varisu and Thambikku Entha Ooru

Adutha Varisu (English: Next Heir) is an Indian Tamil language film directed by S. P. Muthuraman, starring Rajinikanth, Sridevi, Silk Smitha and was released in 1983. It was remake of Hindi movie Raja Jani (1972) but also dubbed into Hindi as Chor Ke Ghar Chorni.

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Adutha Varisu movie scenes

Plot

Rajinikanth plays the role of Kannan, a small-time bounty hunter who is enlisted by the crooked members of a royal zameen to find a girl to impersonate the lost heiress to the throne, so that they can usurp the zameen's wealth. Kannan comes across nomadic girl Valli (Sridevi) and trains her to act appropriately and introduces her as the lost heiress to the zameen's head, Rani Amma Rajalakshmi, who is the grandmother of the lost heiress. However, when he learns from Valli's adopted parents that Valli is truly the lost heiress, he sets out to protect her and Rani Amma from the crooked clan.

Cast

  • Rajinikanth as Kannan
  • Sridevi as Valli and Radha
  • Raveendran as Pratap
  • Silk Smitha as Usha
  • Senthamarai as Diwan
  • V. K. Ramasamy
  • Manorama
  • V. Gopalakrishnan
  • C. L. Anandan
  • S. V. Ramadas
  • S. S. Chandran
  • Jaishankar as Jamindhar (Guest Role)
  • Cho
  • S. Varalakshmi as Rani Amma
  • LIC Narasimhan as Sundaram
  • S.R. Veeraraghavan as Dr. Gowtham
  • Soundtrack

    Music for the movie is scored by Ilaiyaraaja. The song "Aasai Nooruvagai" was one of the successful songs from the film set to raaga Vakulabharanam and it was remixed by Yuvan Shankar Raja for the film Kurumbu (2003).

    References

    Adutha Varisu Wikipedia
    Adutha Varisu IMDbAdutha Varisu themoviedb.org


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