Sutta Pazham (transl. Stolen fruit) is a 2008 Indian Tamil language adult comedy thriller film directed by G. K.. The film features Mohan and Shubha Poonja in lead roles, with R. N. R. Manohar, Livingston, Manobala, Venniradai Moorthy, M. S. Bhaskar, Anu Mohan, Kullamani, Soundar, and Chaplin Balu playing supporting roles. The film had musical score by Sri Sam, cinematography by C. Maya, and editing by R. K. Udhayakumar. The film released on 25 July 2008.
|Directed by||G. K.|
|Written by||G. K.|
A. S. Kannan (dialogues)
|Produced by||Pinttex Creations|
|Edited by||R. K. Udhayakumar|
|Music by||Sri Sam (songs)|
Raj Bhaskar (score)
In Chennai, men and women are mysteriously killed, and the police cannot find a single clue to catch the serial killer. Later, the police cast suspicion on Nandakumar (Mohan), an innocent and single man who runs a resort on the coastal road. They believe that he is a dangerous sexual predator. The police department gives Police Inspector Vandana (Shubha Poonja) the mission of finding enough evidence to convict Nandakumar. Vandana poses as a TV serial dialogue writer and asks Nandakumar for a room in the resort. Nandakumar has no rooms but is under pressure to keep her in his own room in order to gain money and repay his loans.
Mathana tries to seduce Nandakumar on multiple occasions by wearing sexy dresses and exposing her body, but she fails every time. Vandana finally realises that Nandakumar is an innocent man who has nothing do with that case, and she falls in love with him. Thereafter, Vandhana finds the culprit: the local church father (R. N. R. Manohar) who lives in a church near the resort of Nandakumar. The church father finds her in his room. He manages to tie her up, and he then confesses the murders. He tells her that he is not a real church father and he killed the victims for having an extramarital affair or premarital sex. In the meantime, Nandakumar is chased by the police, and he enters the church to hide from them. The police then frees Vandana, and she reveals that the fake church father is the killer; thus, the church father is arrested. Nandakumar and Vandana live happily ever after.
- Mohan as Nandakumar (Nandu)
- Shubha Poonja as Police Inspector Vandana
- R. N. R. Manohar as Church Father
- Livingston as Inspector Prasad
- Manobala as Assistant Commissioner
- Venniradai Moorthy as Moorthy
- M. S. Bhaskar as Kumaraswamy
- Anu Mohan as Mani
- Soundar as Head Constable
- Chaplin Balu as Man at the wine shop
- Udumalai Ravi as Man at the wine shop
- Sharmili as Keerthi
- Bava Lakshmanan
- Nellai Siva
- Gemini Balaji
- Sempuli Jagan
G. K. made his directorial with Sutta Pazham under the banner of Pinttex Creations. The veteran actor Mohan, who was last seen in Anbulla Kadhalukku (1999), returned to the screen to play the lead role, while Shubha Poonja was chosen to play the heroine. The film was shot in Munnar and Chennai. The makers said that film was an adult comedy-thriller, but there was no vulgarity or crudeness.
|Soundtrack album by |
|Released||16 July 2008|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Sri Sam. The soundtrack features 5 tracks and it was released on 16 July 2008 at the radio station Hello FM in Chennai. The audio launch was attended by actors Mohan, Shaam, M. S. Bhaskar, the film director G. K., the music director Sri Sam, and lyricist Snehan.
All lyrics are written by Snehan.
The film was released on 25 July 2008 alongside another erotic film, Pathu Pathu. The two films releasing that week were butchered by the censor board and carried "A" certificates as they had an overdose of sex and smutty dialogues.
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