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Ullathai Allitha

Ullathai Allitha
Directed by Sundar C.
Produced by N. Prabhavathy
N. Jyothi Lakshmi
N. Vishnuram
N. Raghuram
Written by K. Selva Bharathy (dialogues)
Screenplay by Sundar C.
Story by Sundar C.
Music by Sirpy
Cinematography U. K. Senthil Kumar
Editing by B. S. Vasu
Studio Ganga Gowri Productions
Distributed by Ganga Gowri Productions
Release date(s)
Running time 148 min
Country India
Language Tamil

Ullathai Allitha is 1996 Tamil comedy film directed by Sundar C. The film starred Karthik, Goundamani and Rambha in the lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Sirpi.[1][2] The film was a super hit at the box office. The film released on January 15, 1996 and received positive reviews from the critics and audience. The film is now considered to be one of the best comedy movies made in Tamil cinema. The film remade in Telugu as Veedevadandi Babu with Mohanbabu, in Kannada as Galate Aliyandru with Shivrajkumar and in Malay version as Cinta U-Turn in 2008.


Raja (Karthik) feels stifled under his strict father Col.Chandrasekhar (Jaiganesh) and when his father picks a girl he doesn't like for him to marry, it is the last straw and he runs away to Ooty. There he teams up with Vasu (Koundamani) and they come up with an ill-advised plan to kidnap Indu (Rambha), the daughter of Vishwanathan (Manivannan). Vishwanathan is in fact Col. Chandrasekhar's friend and it is Indu that Raja was supposed to marry. But Vishwanathan now mistakes Vasu to be his friend's son and takes him under his wing while Raja is hired to be his driver.

Most of the scenes of this movie's screenplay are copied from old Tamil movie Sabaash Meena(1958), starring Sivaji Ganesan, Chandrababu, Saroja Devi and also subplots of Manivannan was copied from Andaz Apna Apna.


Actor Role
Karthik Raja
Rambha Indhu
Koundamani Vasu
Manivannan Viswanathan
Jaiganesh Chandrasekar
Jyothimeena Meena
Kazan Khan Shankar(ji)


Ullathai Allitha
Soundtrack album to Ullathai Allitha by Sirpy (music director)
Released 1996
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Tamil
Producer Sirpy (music director)

The music was Composed by Sirpy and lyrics written by Pazhani Bharathi.

No. TitleSinger(s) Length
1. "Anarkali Nee "  Mano 4:34
2. "Azhagiya Laila"  Mano 4:39
3. "Chittu Chittu Kuruvi"  Mano, Sujatha 4:29
4. "I Love You"  Mano, K. S. Chitra 4:29
5. "Mama Nee Mama"  Geetha Sabesh , Mano 5:21


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