|Directed by||K. P. Sarvatheerthavan|
|Produced by||R. Chinnasamy|
K. Kovai Dharman
Kovai VIP Samy
|Written by||K. P. Sarvatheerthavan|
|Edited by||R. Sureshrajan|
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Aarupadai (English: Six Abodes) is a 2009 Tamil thriller film written and directed by K. P. Sarvatheerthavan. The film features newcomers Guru and Asha in lead roles, with Sara, Babu, Thennavan, M. Pazhamudhir Murugan, Mayilsamy and Ganja Karuppu playing supporting roles. The film had musical score by Aalwarshree and was released on 6 March 2009.
The film begins with Guru (Guru) in a serious condition being rushed to the hospital. Some goons kidnap him from his hospital bed and throw him in a lake.
Guru was a struggling photographer who was a known professional for his work and nature. After initial quarrels with the college student and orphan Nisha (Asha), they fell in love with each other. One night, Guru takes a wounded Eashwar (Babu) to the nearby hospital. The next day, being thankful for his help, Eashwar gave him the opportunity to work for his modelling studio and Guru accepted it. Meanwhile, Eashwar's assistant Sobikha (Sara) then proposed her love to Guru but Guru told her that he was in love with Nisha. Eashwar was, in reality, a pervert who had raped many innocent girls. One day, Nisha and her friends were invented by Guru for a photo shoot and as usual, in the dressing room, the hidden camera videotaped Nisha changing her clothes. Eashwar then blackmailed her in his studio and even tried to rape her, but Guru came to her rescue and during the fight, Eashwar was stabbed and he died.
Back to the present, Periyavar's enemies recover Guru from the lake and save his life. Periyavar (M. Pazhamudhir Murugan), Eashwar's father, is an influential man who runs an orphanage and every night a girl from the orphanage was kidnapped by Eashwar. Guru comes to know that Nisha has left her hostel. In the meantime, Periyavar, who thought that Guru stabbed his son, finds out via the videotape that Nisha was the one who killed his son. Guru then finds Nisha in Sobikha's house and decides to elope with her. A vengeful Periyavar kills Nisha and Guru murders him in turn. The film ends with a saddened Guru committing suicide by drowning in the river with Nisha's body.
- Guru as Guru
- Asha as Nisha
- Sara as Sobikha
- Babu as Eashwar
- Thennavan as Police Inspector
- M. Pazhamudhir Murugan as Periyavar
- Mayilsamy as Thief
- Ganja Karuppu as Karuppu Raja
- Benjamin as Guru's friend
- Kottachi as Guru's friend
- Muthuraj as Guru's friend
- Sivanarayanamoorthy as Police Inspector
- Thavasi Raj as Thavasi Raj
- Ramdoss as a henchman (uncredited role)
- Malavika in a special appearance
- Laksha in a special appearance
|🏷️ Label||New Music|
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Aalwarshree. The soundtrack, released in 2009, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Piraisoodan, Kabilan, Viveka, Snehan and K. P. Sarvatheerthavan.
|1.||"Mullu Illa Meenu"||Kabilan||Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Anuradha Sriram, Balu||04:47|
|2.||"Poove Oru Naal Kuda"||Viveka||Unni Menon, Sreenidhi||04:52|
|3.||"Suda Suda Ponnu"||Snehan||Malathy Lakshman||03:59|
|4.||"Thuli Thuliya Vazhiyuthu"||K. P. Sarvatheerthavan||Prasanna, Saindhavi||06:10|
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