En Aasai Machan is a 1994 Tamil language drama film directed by R. Sundarrajan. The film features Vijayakanth, Murali, Revathi and Ranjitha in lead roles. The film, produced by Tamil Fathima, had musical score by Deva and was released on 26 August 1994. This movie is a commercial success.
Subramani (Murali), the college leader, falls in love with Meenakshi (Ranjitha) but Meenakshi requests him to complete her challenges to accept his love. Aruchami (Vijayakanth), Subramani’s brother, the respected village chief, lives with Thayamma (Revathi). Subramani succeeds her challenges and she asks him to kiss her in public, Subramani is arrested by a police officer (Radha Ravi).
In the past, Subramani’s mother died during the Subramani’s childbirth. Aruchami and Thayamma got engaged when they were children. They stayed unmarried to take care of Subramani.
Subramani is later released. Meenakshi’s uncle (Kazan Khan) wants to marry Meenakshi and beats Aruchami. Then, Thayamma decides to work in Meenakshi’s house to spy Meenakshi. Meenakshi admits to Thayamma that she is in love with Subramani.
Meenakshi’s uncle agrees for Meenakshi and Subramani’s marriage. Finally, Subramani and Meenakshi get married and Thayamma dies after their marriage.
The day before, Meenakshi’s uncle humiliated Aruchami to take revenge and Aruchami accepted it for his brother’s marriage. Unable to bear this torture, Thayamma drunk poison.
Directed by R. Sundarrajan
Produced by Tamil Fathima
Written by R. Sundarrajan
Starring Vijayakanth, Murali, Revathi, Ranjitha, Kazan Khan, Gandhimathi, Radha Ravi, R. Sundarrajan, Monica
Music by Deva
Edited by G. Jayachandran
Production Tamilannai Cine Creation
Release dates 26 August 1994
Running time 150 minutes
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