Tamizh Selvan is a 1996 Indian Tamil-language political drama film directed by Bharathiraja. The films stars Vijayakanth and Roja in lead roles. The movie deals the struggles of a Govt. Officer. The film was critically acclaimed and became a flop at box-office. It was dubbed in Hindi as Abhimanyu IAS and in Telugu as Rama Rao IAS.
|Produced by||M. Ramanathan|
|Written by||M. Rathnakumar (dialogues)|
|Story by||M. Rathnakumar|
|Edited by||K. Pazhanivel|
Raaj Films International
|Distributed by||Raaj Films International|
|2 August 1996|
Tamil Selvan IAS (Vijayakanth) starts as an assistant collector in Chennai. He is insulted by the corrupt collector (Mohan Raman) because of his helpful and honest nature and skin color, but he doesn't give a budge and within a span becomes the chief collector in the city. He marries a research scholar Fathima (Roja) and is assisted by Manu Neethi Chozhan (Vadivelu). A rebellious group leader (Thalaivasal Vijay) initially opposes Tamilselvan since he had helped the police arrest one of their members. The group protests against the unfair and undue treatment of them in politician Vedimuthu (Manivannan)'s illegal quarry but since he hears their problems and solves it he is heralded as a hero by masses. This irks Vedimuthu and other politicians who don't want Tamilselvan to prosper. How Tamilselvan resists the politicians' attempts to damage his reputation forms the crux of the story.
|1||Aasa Kepakali||K. S. Chithra, P. Unnikrishnan||Vaali||05:13|
|4||Rendu Kannu||Krishnaraj, Swarnalatha||05:25|
|5||Unnal Mudiyum||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||05:02|
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