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Sollamale

1998 - TAMIL - MOVIE

RomanceComedyDrama

Natraj (Livingston) is an honest, not-too-good-looking, village artist who comes to City to find a job. He ends up being a banner artist. Shwetha (Kousalya) is a U.S. citizen, who loves India and its culture and stays with her relatives to learn 'Bharata Natyam'. She is a soft-natured, loving girl who loves to help people in distress but cannot stand it if anyone lies or cheats. She mistakes Natraj to be a pretended as a dumb and at first pities him and later it blossoms into love. By this time, it is too late for Natraj to disclose the truth to her and does not want to risk losing her. At the same time, he is guilt-ridden for not being honest with Shweta. In the end, he cuts his own tongue and becomes a real 'oomai'. Written by Sadiq khan (sadiqkhandirector@gmail.com) Sollamale is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language Romance Comedy motion picture featuring Livingston, Kausalya, Karan, Vivek, Anand, Prakash Raj and S. Sathyendra. Super Good Films was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) R. B. Choudary. The motion picture is written and directed by Sasi. Super Good Films acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Sollamale was released on 31st July 1998 and takes a screen time of 158 minutes. Cinematography was done by Arthur A. Wilson and editing by V. Jaishankar. The music was composed by Bobby.
  • Jini Score
    35%
  • Rating
    6.7/10
  • Jini Score
    35%
  • Rating
    6.7/10
Natraj (Livingston) is an honest, not-too-good-looking, village artist who comes to City to find a job. He ends up being a banner artist. Shwetha (Kousalya) is a U.S. citizen, who loves India and its culture and stays with her relatives to learn 'Bharata Natyam'. She is a soft-natured, loving girl who loves to help people in distress but cannot stand it if anyone lies or cheats. She mistakes Natraj to be a pretended as a dumb and at first pities him and later it blossoms into love. By this time, it is too late for Natraj to disclose the truth to her and does not want to risk losing her. At the same time, he is guilt-ridden for not being honest with Shweta. In the end, he cuts his own tongue and becomes a real 'oomai'. Written by Sadiq khan (sadiqkhandirector@gmail.com) Sollamale is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language Romance Comedy motion picture featuring Livingston, Kausalya, Karan, Vivek, Anand, Prakash Raj and S. Sathyendra. Super Good Films was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) R. B. Choudary. The motion picture is written and directed by Sasi. Super Good Films acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Sollamale was released on 31st July 1998 and takes a screen time of 158 minutes. Cinematography was done by Arthur A. Wilson and editing by V. Jaishankar. The music was composed by Bobby.