Idhuthanda Sattam

Idhuthanda Sattam
Directed by Senthilnathan
Produced by Mylai R.V. Gurupadam
Written by Senthilnathan
A. Varunan (dialogues)
Music by Sangeetha Rajan
Cinematography M. Kesavan
Edited by J. Elango
G.R.P. Films
Release dates
  • 29 May 1992 (1992-05-29)
Running time
110 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Idhuthanda Sattam is a 1992 Tamil crime film directed by Senthilnathan. The film features R. Sarathkumar, Rekha and Aamani in lead roles. The film had musical score by Sangeetha Rajan and was released on 29 May 1992.[1][2]


Selvaraj (R. Sarathkumar), an upright police officer, takes charge as a SP in a new area and he settles down there with his daughter Meena. A woman inspector Amudha (Meenakshi) helps him. Selvaraj challenges a notorious man Gurusami (Mylai R.V. Gurupadam) and his henchmen Kaali (Mansoor Ali Khan), Dharma (K. Natraj) and Soori (Justin) to punish them. Amudha is intrigued by Selvaraj and he tells her his tragic past.

In the past, Selvaraj lived hapilly with his wife Lakshmi (Rekha), newborn baby and his father-in-law, the judge Venugopal (V. S. Raghavan). During the deepavali festival, they all witnessed a murder committed by the rowdy Gurusami. Gurusami sent his henchmen to kill Selvaraj's family. During the confrontation, Lakshmi and Venugopal were murdered, while Selvaraj was seriously injured and his baby spared. Gurusami was later sentenced to the death penalty but he managed to be released thanks to his henchmen.

Selvaraj is now determined to punish them.



Idhuthanda Sattam
Soundtrack album by Sangeetha Rajan
Released 1992
Recorded 1992
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 10:45
Producer Sangeetha Rajan

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Sangeetha Rajan. The soundtrack, released in 1992, features 3 tracks with lyrics written by Muthulingam and Piraisoodan.

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 'Azhagana Poonthottam' Jayachandran, P. Susheela 3:53
2 'Kuruvi Kunju' K. S. Chithra 3:16
3 'Kuruvi Kunju' P. Susheela 3:36


RSP of The New Indian Express gave the film a positive review citing "the dialogue is crisp and meaningful, Senthinathan's direction noteworthy. Sangeetha Rajan's music is average. R. Sarathkumar flexes his muscles well. Rekha is quite satisfactory in a small role".[3]


  1. "Idhudhanda Sattam (1992) Tamil Movie". Retrieved 2014-03-01.
  2. "filmography of idhuthanda sattam". Retrieved 2014-03-01.
  3. RSP (1992-06-05). "The last course". The Indian Express: 7. Retrieved 2014-03-01.

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