Amma Vanthachu

Amma Vanthachu () is a 1992 Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by P. Vasu. The film features K. Bhagyaraj, Kushboo and Sridevi Vijaykumar in the lead roles, with Delhi Ganesh, Venniradai Moorthy, Rajesh Kumar, Pandu, Junior Balaiah and LIC Narasimhan playing supporting roles. The film, produced by Poornima Bhagyaraj, had musical score by Deva and was released on 26 June 1992. The film was a remake of Kannada film Ee Jeeva Ninagagi for which Vasu had written story.


Nandakumar is a medical representative, he is a bachelor and lives alone in Mumbai. He starts to meet the smart and quick-tempered woman Nandini in various situations. Nandini sells detergent soap door to door, she lives with her father, a retired teacher. Nandakumar wants to get married as soon as possible, so he tries to seduce the bubbly Nandini.

They both fall in love with each other. Even Nandini's father accepts for their marriage. Everything goes well until the arrival of Vimala, a four-year girl. She introduces herself to Nandini as Vimala Nandakumar and she says that Nandakumar is her father. Nandini, with a broken heart, leaves the city with her father. What transpires later forms the crux of the story.


  • K. Bhagyaraj as Nandakumar
  • Kushboo as Nandini
  • Sridevi Vijaykumar as Vimala
  • Delhi Ganesh as Nandini's father
  • Venniradai Moorthy as Mahalingam
  • Rajesh Kumar as Ramesh
  • Pandu as Senior officer
  • Junior Balaiah as Senior officer
  • LIC Narasimhan as Businessman
  • S. S. Mani as Rajapalayam
  • Soundararajan as Incense stick seller
  • Vijaya Chandrika as Mahalingam's wife
  • C. R. Saraswathi as School teacher
  • Shanthi
  • Babitha
  • Sharmili as Shali
  • Indrani
  • Baby Anu as Girija
  • Nandagopal
  • Chelladurai as Naina Mohamed
  • Master Suresh
  • Master Biju
  • Mahanadi Shankar


    The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Deva. The soundtrack, released in 1992, features 4 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali.


    Lalitha Dileep of The New Indian Express stated, "an entertainment film; a fine amalgame of sentiment and subtle comedy that bear the trademark of Bhagyaraj's film" and praised the lead performances. K. Vijiyan of New Straits Times wrote, "this movie should satisfy all Bhagiaraj fans looking for his own brand of humour".