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Directed byP. K. Rajmohan
Written byP. K. Rajmohan
Produced bySree Venkatachalapathy Film
CinematographyK. Venkat
Edited byM. Sankar
K. Idris
Music byHitesh
Sree Venkatachalapathy Film
Release date
  • 11 July 2008 (2008-07-11)
Running time
135 minutes

Azhaipithazh (transl. Invitation) is a 2008 Indian Tamil romantic drama film directed by P. K. Rajmohan. The film features newcomers Ratheesh and Sona in lead roles, with M. S. Bhaskar, Balu Anand, P. K. Rajmohan, Uma Gowri and Ezhil playing supporting roles. The film had musical score by Hitesh and was released on 11 July 2008.[1][2][3]


Shiva, a software engineer living in Chennai, arrives at his native village to attend the wedding of his relative. At the wedding, he falls under the spell of a beautiful woman (Sona) and decides to marry her at any cost. When he asks one of the villagers about her identity, he said that she is Jayanthi, the daughter of his uncle Aarusamy. Siva then convinces his parents to ask Aarusamy for giving his daughter in marriage but he turns out that Jayanthi is not the beautiful girl he saw at the wedding. An upset Shiva comes back to Chennai and his thoughts on the beautiful girl keep haunting him all the time.

His father Munya (Balu Anand) has arranged for an alliance with the beautiful girl he saw at the wedding, but Shiva is not aware of that and calls off the engagement without even seeing her. In the meantime, the beautiful girl named Sandhya bumps into the ex-serviceman Rajasekhar (P. K. Rajmohan) during a matrimonial meet and she is completely captivated by his good nature. Thereafter, Shiva finds the house of Sandhya and reveals her his love. Sandhya who has just married Rajasekhar is shocked and tells him that it is too late. The film ends with Shiva accepting to marry his relative Jayanthi who is in love with him.


  • Ratheesh as Shiva
  • Sona as Sandhya
  • M. S. Bhaskar as Project manager
  • Balu Anand as Munya
  • P. K. Rajmohan
  • Uma Gowri
  • Ezhil
  • Viji Kanna as Sandhya's mother
  • Rambha as Shiva's mother
  • C. Jayapal
  • Nandhu
  • V. S. Nallakamu
  • Nellai Siva
  • Bava Lakshmanan as Shiva's uncle
  • Kottachi as Kaattu
  • Sivanarayanamoorthy as Tea master
  • N. G. Allimuthu
  • Meesai Nagaraj
  • Vijayaraj as Vijay
  • Eashwar as Eashwar
  • Periyar as Periyar
  • Venkat Krishna as Venkat Krishna


Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Hitesh. The soundtrack features 5 tracks written by Palani Bharathi and Na. Muthukumar.[4][5]

1."Panithuli Panithuli"Binni Krishnakumar, Reshmi5:47
2."Neethan"Harish Raghavendra5:02
3."Melam Katty"Raghupathy, Swarnalatha5:00
4."Lay Lay"Devan Ekambaram4:44
5."Krekka Nattu"Raghupathy, Anuradha Sriram4:45
Total length:25:18


A reviewer rated the film 1.75 out of 5 and said, "the music is below average, the camerawork is amateur, editing could have been a lot better, the screenplay is simple" and concluded, "An amateur effort at tragic romance, can be passed".[6]


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  2. ^ "Azhaipithazh (2008)". Retrieved 31 October 2019.
  3. ^ "Azhaipithazh (2008)". Retrieved 31 October 2019.
  4. ^ "Azhaipithazh (2008) - Hitesh". Retrieved 31 October 2019.
  5. ^ "Azhaipithazh Songs". Retrieved 31 October 2019.
  6. ^ "AzhaipithazhTamil Movie Review". Retrieved 31 October 2019.[permanent dead link]
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