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Ammoru

1995 - TAMIL - MOVIE

DramaFantasy

A girl witnesses an evil sadhu attempting to bury a virgin alive, in a bid to gain magical power and riches, and calls the police. The sadhu's mother, unhappy he has been jailed for life, vows to get her revenge on the girl, and proceeds to make her life a misery. The girl, however, has the protection of Ammoru, the goddess of the village. Written by Niz Ammoru is a 1995 Indian Tamil-language Drama Fantasy movie featuring Senthil, Santhana Bharathi, Gandhimathi, Kullamani, S Manivannan Rajagopal, Sangita Madhavan Nair and Soundarya Raghu. Mahalakshmi International was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) S. Rajaram. Ammoru is written by Raja Subramaniyam and directed by Ramarajan. Mahalakshmi International acquired the distribution rights for the movie. Ammoru was released on 16th June 1995. The screenplay for the movie was written by Raja Subramaniyam. Cinematography was done by Raveendar and editing by L. Kesavan. The music was composed by Sirpy.
  • Jini Score
    48%
  • Rating
    7.0/10
  • Jini Score
    48%
  • Rating
    7.0/10
A girl witnesses an evil sadhu attempting to bury a virgin alive, in a bid to gain magical power and riches, and calls the police. The sadhu's mother, unhappy he has been jailed for life, vows to get her revenge on the girl, and proceeds to make her life a misery. The girl, however, has the protection of Ammoru, the goddess of the village. Written by Niz Ammoru is a 1995 Indian Tamil-language Drama Fantasy movie featuring Senthil, Santhana Bharathi, Gandhimathi, Kullamani, S Manivannan Rajagopal, Sangita Madhavan Nair and Soundarya Raghu. Mahalakshmi International was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) S. Rajaram. Ammoru is written by Raja Subramaniyam and directed by Ramarajan. Mahalakshmi International acquired the distribution rights for the movie. Ammoru was released on 16th June 1995. The screenplay for the movie was written by Raja Subramaniyam. Cinematography was done by Raveendar and editing by L. Kesavan. The music was composed by Sirpy.