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Ammuvagiya Naan (2007)

Release date 31 Aug 2007

Critics Review

  • Ammuvagiya Naan is one of the rare movies on a bold theme with beautiful narration. After an unsuccessful attempt with his debut film Pallavan, Director Padmamagan is travelling in the same route of veteran K.Balachander who carved films like Thappu Taalangal and Arangetram on the same theme.

    Ammuvagiya Naan is the story of a commercial sex worker who lives in Pondicherry.

    Gowrishankar (R.Parthiban) is a writer who always craves to pen the injustice against woman. He meets a prostitute namely Ammu (Bharathi), an orphan brought up in Raani Madam (the house familiar for prostitutes) to pen a novel on the life of a commercial sex worker. Ammu's flawless beauty and innocent looks wins over the writer's heart and at a stage he decided to give a permanent place to the sex worker in his life as a life partner. But Ammu doesn't like this and she opts to live as a sex worker. She replies, It is boring to see the same face and body every day. I'm enjoying my life to share my physic with new guys!
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