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Directed byNavin Manikandan
Written byMillat Ahmad
  • Vikkas
  • Yazhini Murugan
  • Bayilvan Ranganathan
  • Rahul Thatha
Music byS.R.Ram
Edited byVignesh
Zee 6 Movies
Distributed byZee 6 Movies
Release date

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Aanthai (trans: The Owl) is a 2024 Indian Tamil-language psycho thriller film[1], written and co-directed by Millat Ahmad. And directed by Navin Manikandan. The film was produced by Zee 6 Movies and co-produced by Zeenath Parvin, Singapore.


  • Vikkas as Vimal
  • Yazhini Murugan as Priya
  • Bayilvan Ranganathan as Inspector
  • Rahul Thatha as Rolax
  • Madan Bob
  • Millat Ahmad


The film was shot in Kashmir, Chennai, Puducherry, Pollachi, Aranthangi and Karaikal. The first look poster was released by director K.Bhagyaraj.[2] The trailer and audio launch were held on 14 August 2023.[3][4]


The music was composed by S.R.Ram, while lyrics were written by Millat Ahmad. The music rights were acquired by MRT Music.[5]

Track listing
1."Oothu Ravaa"Gopi Mohan, Cheryl Joy5:11
2."Vaadaa Arakkane"Vijay Karthik, Cheryl Joy4:42
3."Manitham Urangkida"S.R. Ram3:43


Aanthai[6] was released theatrically on 16 February 2024 across Tamil Nadu.[7] The film was released in 2D formats. And received the UA rating from Central Board of Film Certification. Film critic from Chennai Press News wrote Aanthai is vibrant screenplay and unexpected climax are the strengths of the film.[8]


  1. தினத்தந்தி (2023-10-13). "சைக்கோ திரில்லர் படம்". (in தமிழ்). Retrieved 2024-04-08.
  2. "சிங்கப்பூர் எழுத்தாளரின் கதை திரைப்படமாகிறது". 2023-05-06. Retrieved 2024-03-12.
  3. "சிறப்பாக நடந்தேறியது 'ஆந்தை' திரைப்படப் பாடல் வெளியீட்டு விழா". 2023-08-15. Retrieved 2024-03-12.
  4. Express, Chennai (2023-08-15). "ஆந்தை' படத்தின் ட்ரெய்லர் மற்றும் பாடல்கள் வெளியீடு". Chennai Express. Retrieved 2024-04-08.
  5. "ஆந்தை திரைப்படப் பாடல் வெளியீடு". 2023-10-26. Retrieved 2024-04-19.
  6. "Bollywood Product". Retrieved 2024-04-08.
  7. "AanthaiUA". The Times of India. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 2024-04-08.
  8. "Review - "Aanthai" Movie; A Suspense Thriller". Retrieved 2024-04-19.

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