Thulli Thirintha Kaalam

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Thulli Thirintha Kaalam
Directed by Balasekaran
Written byBalasekaran
Produced byRajam Balachander, Pushpa Kandhasamy
Starring Arun Kumar
Khushbu
Roshini
Karan
CinematographyVijay Gopal
Edited byGanesh
Music byJayanth
Production
company
Release date
12 March 1998
Running time
150 minutes
Country India
LanguageTamil

Thulli Thirintha Kaalam is a 1998 Tamil drama film directed by Balasekaran and produced by K. Balachander. The film featured Arun Kumar alongside Khushbu in the lead roles, while Roshini, Raghuvaran, and Karan play supporting roles. The film, which had music composed by Jayanth, opened in March 1998 to positive reviews.

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Plot

Four youths who are good for nothing veil away their time doing nothing. Their parents too are fed up with their irresponsible behavior. Kausalya comes to live in their neighborhood. Seeing their lifestyle and behavior, she decides to teach them a lesson.

Cast

Soundtrack

Soundtrack was composed by Jayanth. [1]

Release

The film opened to positive reviews with a critic from Indolink.com noting "this K. Balachandar production has nothing new or different to offer but provides an old youth-advice masala with some sentiment pickle, sweet comedy and songs". [2]

The film became a commercial success, prompting Telugu and Kannada versions of the film to be produced. [3] Telugu remake titled Ammayi Kosam had Ravi Teja and Meena in lead roles.

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References

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