|Directed by||J. Paneer|
|Produced by||A. Karunamoorthy |
|Edited by||R.T Annadurai|
|Music by||M. S. V. Raja|
|13 April 1996|
Karuppu Roja (English: Black Rose) is a 1996 Tamil horror film directed by Paneer, scripted by Aabavanan and produced by Ayngaran International. The film stars Ramki, Amar Siddique, Yosika, Vinita amongst others in the lead roles. The project became the first DTS film in Indian cinema, and had a music score composed by M. S. V. Raja, his First music composing venture. The movie was Hit and successfully ran in more theaters in Tamil Nadu and also in the nearby state of Andhra Pradesh.
Vinodh (Amar Siddique] and Thulasi (Yosika) meet in college and fall in love with each other. He manipulates her into marrying him. Then he takes away her firstborn to kill as an offering to please Satan in order to cure his mentally ill mother who has been insane since the death of her husband. But Aravindh (Ramki), a kind exorcist who exorcises the ghosts in the Hindus by chanting Manthras, saves the child by praying Lord Shiva, and Thulasi is also rescued by him finally. Vinodh dies at the former's hands for spreading Satanism.
- Ramki as Aravindh
- Amar Siddique as Vinod (voice dubbed by actor Vikram)
- Yosika as Thulasi
- Vineetha as Meena
- Dubbing Janaki as Thulasi's mother
- S.R. Veeraraghavan as Thulasi's father
- Kokila Gobinathan
- Sangeetha Balan
- magic rathika
Karuppu Roja was written and scripted by Aabavanan, who rose to fame after writing the 1986 horror film Oomai Vizhigal. It was produced jointly by writer Indhumathi and by Karunamoorthy, who made his debut as a producer in the Tamil film industry with his studio Ayngaran International. The film was heavily publicized before releases, with the producers targeting magazines in particular to rave about the new sound system that the venture was introducing.
|Soundtrack album by |
M. S. V. Raja
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The soundtrack of the film was composed by M. S. V. Raja, was well received by the audience.
|7.||"Thottu Vidava Naan"||5:01|
|9.||"Thaayin Madiyil (repeat)"||1:47|
|10.||"Thaayin Madiyal (Instrumental)"||1:26|
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