Andru Peitha Mazhaiyil is a 1989 Tamil Indian feature movie directed by Ashok Kumar for Filmerchants International. The film stars Sarath Babu, Silk Smitha and Saranya in the lead roles. The film is the remake of 1987 American psychological thriller Fatal Attraction.
Rajesh ( Sarath Babu ) is a happy family man living with his wife Preethi ( Saranya ) and his daughter Abhi.His friend is Vinodh ( Y.G Mahendra ).He meets Capri ( Silk Smitha ) by chance. Preethi’s mother falls sick and she starts to her home town. On a rainy evening, he mets Capri and starts an steamy affair by chance. She starts haunting him and makes him worried. Preethi senses something weird and suggests for a long holiday. They enjoy their trip while Capri searches him .All her attempts go in vain. Rajesh asks her to forget him but she announces her pregnancy .He is shocked and denies to accept the child . Rajesh’s friend suggest him to go away far from the city so that he lives in peace. Capri has a bad past . she was married and got pregnant but lost her husband and unborn child in an accident.She becomes mentally sick and in the future she owes to keep Rajesh with her forever.She follows Rajesh and finds his new house . Rajesh and family leave for a party to Vinodh ‘s house .Capri kills the rabbit in Rajesh’s house and places it in a pressure cooker. He tells his wife about the affair. Preethi calls Capri and warns her not to disturb her family. The next day their daughter goes missing. Capri takes Abi to a park. Preethi gets hit by a car during the search.Rajesh gets violent and tries to kill her. He seeks the help of police to save him from this issue . After a day, Assistant commissioner warns him to be safe as Capri goes missing. She comes in search of Preethi and tries to kill her. Rajesh fights with Capri meanwhile Preethi shoots Capri to save Rajesh. The court releases preethi as she had shot Capri for self-defense. The movie ends on a happy note.
Directed by Ashok Kumar
Produced by Ashok Kumar
Screenplay by Ashok Kumar
Story by AKA
Starring Sarath Babu, Silk Smitha, Saranya, Y. G. Mahendra
Music by Thayanban & Vairamuthu (lyrics)
Cinematography Ashok Kumar
Edited by B. Lenin & V. T. Vijayan
Release dates 1989
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