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Language  Tamil
Director  S. A. Chandrasekhar
Country  India
Release date  6 December 2002 (2002-12-06)

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Mutham (English: Kiss) is a 2002 Tamil slasher film directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar. The film features Arun Vijay, Sathyan, Nagendra Prasad, Ajayan, Charulatha, Jenifer and Anjali in lead roles. The film, produced by M. Arul Moorthy, had musical score by Bharani and was released on 6 December 2002 to negative reviews.

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Plot

Joseph (Ajayan) and Sudha (Anjali) get married against their parents' wishes and they elope with their friends' help. Sudha's father (Vincent Roy), a politician, wants to kill Sudha and her friends. They arrive in a beach resort where they meet an old man (Thalaivasal Vijay) who warns them about the dangers at the resort. He tells them that the place is haunted and murders can take place. The friends arrange for the couple’s honeymoon, ignoring his pleadings to vacate the place. However in the forest, all the friends gets murdered one by one, it turns out that the old man was the one who committed these killings as he explains his flashback of his grand daughter getting killed in the name of sacrifice by unscrupulous businessmen for the sake of buying the forest where the resort has been built as for that he kills each and every person who visits this resort. In the end, old man gets stabbed and Arun and his lover escapes from the place being worried about the situation.

Cast

  • Arun Vijay as Bharath
  • Sathyan as Pazhani
  • Nagendra Prasad as Anand
  • Ajayan as Joseph (Joe)
  • Charulatha as Bindu
  • Jennifer as Aarthi
  • Anjali as Sudha
  • Thalaivasal Vijay
  • Madhan Bob as Unnikrishnan
  • M. S. Bhaskar as Maya
  • Vincent Roy as Sudha's father
  • Alphonsa
  • Baby Divya
  • Production

    The film was developed under the title Muthamidalaama and was touted as India's first digital film made for theatres. The film was shot for fifty days in forests across Tirupathi, Hogenakkal falls, Yelegiri hills and Alleppey.

    Soundtrack

    The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Bharani. The soundtrack, released in 2002, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by P. Vijay, Snehan, Thamarai and Newton.

    References

    Mutham Wikipedia


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