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Language  Tamil
Director  Sangaman
Country  India
Senthooram movie scenes Suryavamsam Songs Jhalaku Jhalaku Venkatesh Meena
Release date  11 September 1998 (1998-09-11)

Senthooram is a 1998 Tamil drama film directed by Sangaman. The film features newcomer Moorthy and Devayani in lead roles, with Prakash Raj, Raadhika Sarathkumar, R. Sundarrajan, Vaiyapuri and Jeeva playing supporting roles. The film, produced by R. P. Sundaralingam, had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released on 11 September 1998.

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Plot

Senthooram movie scenes Favorite Prakash Raj Scenes He s invited a prospective groom to his house and offers a self deprecating welcome This is my middle class house

The story begins with Kattaalai (Moorthy) serving his sentence in jail.

Kattaalai was a mentally ill man and he dreamed about getting married, the villagers took advantage of his innocence. Muthu Manikkam (Prakash Raj) was a respected village chief married to Devaatha (Raadhika Sarathkumar) but they didn't have children.

Megala (Devayani), also known as Otta Rosa, was an innocent village girl who was rejected in her village, so she came to Muthu Manikkam's village. In the past, her mother was a stage dancer. When her mother fell ill, she became too a stage dancer and she was raped by her rich landlord. Her mother later died.

Muthu Manikkam accommodated her in one of his house and fed her. Soon, Muthu Manikkam had an eye on her. He went to her house the night whenever he wanted. The rumour abounded that Muthu Manikkam and Otta Rosa had an affair. Later, Kattaalai's wedding was cancelled when the bride's family came to know his illness. So Otta Rosa decided to get married with Kattaalai. The young couple lived happily but Muthu Manikkam became wicked towards them. Meanwhile, Devaatha became pregnant. What transpires later forms the crux of the story.

Soundtrack

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Ilaiyaraaja. The soundtrack, released in 1998, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali, Pulamaipithan and Gangai Amaran.

References

Senthooram Wikipedia


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