Tamil    Feb 10, 2006 (India)  

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Amirtham is a 2006 Indian Tamil romance film released on Feb 10, 2006. The film is directed by K Kannan, produced by K Kannan.

Amirtham is about the eponymous Anuradha (Navya nair) who is the daughter of a highly orthodox priest (Girish Karnad) and a tradition-bound mother Rukku (Anuradha Krishnamoorthy).

Anuradha falls in love with the temple nadaswaramvidwan’s son Ganesh (Ganesh) who is an atheist and believes in Dravidian principles. People in the village have high regard for Ramasamy Iyengar for his righteousness.

However, when Anuradha tells her love to ''Amirtham''. But she keeps this a closely guarded secret fearing that her orthodox parents might not accept the affair. Lovelorn Anuradha finds her life blighted with the tragic end to her dreams.

In the meanwhile, petrol is found in the town and the government wants to move out the people and the temple from the vicinity. So circumstances force both the priest and the angry young man on the same side of the fence as they oppose the government’s move (albeit for two different reasons).

What happens eventually is the story.


The story is about the eponymous Amritha (Navya nair). She, the daughter of a highly orthodox priest (played with consummate ease by Girish Karnad) and a tradition-bound mother (Anuradha Krishnamoorthy). Amritha develops a liking for the temple nadaswaramvidwan's son Ganesh (Ganesh). The latter is a fire and brimstone rationalist. In other words, his world is the antithesis of her father's. Caught in this crossfire, Amirtham is unable to make up her mind. In the meanwhile, petrol is found in the town and the government wants to move out the people and the temple from the vicinity. So circumstances force both the priest and the angry young man on the same side of the fence as they oppose the government's move (albeit for two different reasons). What happens eventually is the story.
The story is about the eponymous Amritha (Navya nair). She, the daughter of a highly orthodox priest (played with consummate ease by Girish Karnad) and a tradition-bound mother (Anuradha Krishnamoorthy). Amritha develops a liking for the temple nadaswaramvidwan's son Ganesh (Ganesh). The latter is a fire and brimstone rationalist. In other words, his world is the antithesis of her father's. Caught in this crossfire, Amirtham is unable to make up her mind. In the meanwhile, petrol is found in the town and the government wants to move out the people and the temple from the vicinity. So circumstances force both the priest and the angry young man on the same side of the fence as they oppose the government's move (albeit for two different reasons). What happens eventually is the story.
The story is about the eponymous Amritha (Navya nair). She, the daughter of a highly orthodox priest (played with consummate ease by Girish Karnad) and a tradition-bound mother (Anuradha Krishnamoorthy). Amritha develops a liking for the temple nadaswaramvidwan's son Ganesh (Ganesh). The latter is a fire and brimstone rationalist. In other words, his world is the antithesis of her father's. Caught in this crossfire, Amirtham is unable to make up her mind. In the meanwhile, petrol is found in the town and the government wants to move out the people and the temple from the vicinity. So circumstances force both the priest and the angry young man on the same side of the fence as they oppose the government's move (albeit for two different reasons). What happens eventually is the story.
The story is about the eponymous Amritha (Navya nair). She, the daughter of a highly orthodox priest (played with consummate ease by Girish Karnad) and a tradition-bound mother (Anuradha Krishnamoorthy). Amritha develops a liking for the temple nadaswaramvidwan's son Ganesh (Ganesh). The latter is a fire and brimstone rationalist. In other words, his world is the antithesis of her father's. Caught in this crossfire, Amirtham is unable to make up her mind. In the meanwhile, petrol is found in the town and the government wants to move out the people and the temple from the vicinity. So circumstances force both the priest and the angry young man on the same side of the fence as they oppose the government's move (albeit for two different reasons). What happens eventually is the story.
The story is about the eponymous Amritha (Navya nair). She, the daughter of a highly orthodox priest (played with consummate ease by Girish Karnad) and a tradition-bound mother (Anuradha Krishnamoorthy). Amritha develops a liking for the temple nadaswaramvidwan's son Ganesh (Ganesh). The latter is a fire and brimstone rationalist. In other words, his world is the antithesis of her father's. Caught in this crossfire, Amirtham is unable to make up her mind. In the meanwhile, petrol is found in the town and the government wants to move out the people and the temple from the vicinity. So circumstances force both the priest and the angry young man on the same side of the fence as they oppose the government's move (albeit for two different reasons). What happens eventually is the story. Check out this page for more updates on Amirtham.

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