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Indralohathil Na Azhagappan (English: Na. Azhagappan in heaven) is a 2008 Indian Tamil language period comedy film directed by Thambi Ramiah, who directs his second feature film after Manuneethi. After the success of Vadivelu's debut film as the protagonist in Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi, Ramiah signed him up for the project.[1]

Indralohathil Na Azhagappan
Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan.jpg
Indralogathil Na Azhagappan Theatrical Movie Poster
Directed byThambi Ramaiah
Produced byManickam Narayanan
Written byThambi Ramiah
Yamini Sharma
Suja Varunee
Thambi Ramiah
Music bySabesh-Murali
Edited byAnthony
Seventh Channel Productions
Release date
  • February 1, 2008 (2008-02-01)
Running time
156 minutes

Apart from Vadivelu, the rest of the cast had been announced after the launch. Despite several indications that two prominent actress, would portray the lead female roles; a debutant, Yamini Sharma and Suja were selected. Nassar, Sumithra and the director himself, play supporting roles, while prominent heroine, Shriya Saran, was recruited to act as a ghost buster and dance in a single song.[2] The film released on 1 February 2008 to largely negative reviews. It was dubbed in Hindi by Cinekorn Productions as Lok Parlok.[3]



Azhagappan (Vadivelu) is a member of a theatre group. One fine day, an unlikely visitor from the heavens stumbles upon him and almost falls for him. The beautiful trio of the heaven – Ramba (Yamini Sharma), Menaka, and Urvashi (Suja Varunee) – comes to the earth to enjoy its “beauty”. While the others get back to where they belong to at the right time, Rambha loses her track and gets into trouble. Azhagappan accidentally helps her go back to heaven. She gets him to heaven during the night and sends him back to the earth early in the morning. Frequenting to the heaven and the hell gives Azhagappan an idea of what is happening in the other world. He is not serious about his rare opportunity to see Lord Indra (Vadivelu) (the king of all deities) and the deities, but the death of a neighboring child changes everything. He takes the thing seriously and wants to teach a lesson to the deity of death, Yama (Vadivelu). Vexed with the death and the ways that human beings are treated with in hell, Azhagappan decides to tamper with the process of life and death and the laws of the gods. The gods get angry, and Azhagappan pays the price. Comedy turns into tragedy, as he is transformed into a 90-year-old whom even his mother (Sumithra) cannot recognize, and Rambha is cursed to become a formless soul. Naradha (Nassar) makes amends to bring up the climax. Devendran seeks Brihaspathi's counsel and a way to relieve Azhagappan and Rambha from their curses is born. How this happens, even though Yama tries his best to stop it from happening, forms the rest of the climax.



Soundtrack was composed by Sabesh-Murali.

Song title Singers
"Poi Kaal Kuditharai" Tippu
"Nan Oru Thevathai" Sadhana Sargam, Madhu Balakrishnan
"Nee Kondru Kuvithatu" Manikka Vinayagam
" Malika Cherovatra " Suchitra Karthik Kumar, Anuradha Sriram, Jassie Gift
"Oom Apsara Namagha" K. S. Chithra
"Namo Namo Narayana Krishnaraj


Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan carried great expectations after success of Vadivelu's previous film, which was a blockbuster. Early reports indicated that Vadivelu was set to play 9 different roles, but soon after, Ramiah, confirmed Vadivel will portray three roles as the characters of Gods: Indra, Yamaraja and the role of a normal man, Na. Azhagappan.[citation needed]

Initially Thambi Ramaiah preferred to have Prakash Raj in the role of Yeman but Vadivelu insisted and performed three roles.

Unlike the male lead's role, the female lead's role took longer to confirm. Prominent actresses Shilpa Shetty became heavily linked to the project, however, after joining the Celebrity Big Brother household, she refused the role. Simran Bagga, a leading actress in the early 2000s, attempting a comeback was also considered as well as Vadivelu's previous heroine Tejashree. Eventually the roles went to Yamini Sharma and Suja. Other members of the cast announced at the time were Nassar, Sumithra, the director himself Thambi Ramiah and another prominent director, Raj Kapoor.

Furthermore, surprisingly Shriya Saran, a top actress in South India was recruited to play the role of a ghost buster named Pidiaratha in a cameo role as well as feature in a single song titled, Mallika Sherawata? Marilyn Monroea?, after the role rejected by Trisha where she said I am not ready to dance in a comedian film. Namitha also wanted herself to be the part but the director felt that the role not suitable for her.Shriya Saran mentioned that I am really grateful to work with legendary comedy actor like Vadivelu sir.

Release and receptionEdit

The movie released on 1 February 2008 and the hype around the movie slowly started as this was Vadivelu's second film in which he starred as the hero. After a few days, this film was declared a flop mainly.


  1. ^ "Cinema News - Movie Reviews - Movie Trailers - IndiaGlitz".
  2. ^ "Tamil Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan Movie Preview cinema review stills gallery trailer video clips showtimes - IndiaGlitz Tamil".
  3. ^ Cinekorn Movies (8 March 2013). "Lok Parlok Full Movie" – via YouTube.

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