Sillu Karupatti poster

Sillu Karupatti

  • 27 Dec 2019

Sillu Karupatti is an Indian Tamil anthology romantic film written and directed by Halitha Shameem. The film stars Samuthirakani, Sunainaa, Manikandan K, Nivedhithaa Sathish, Kravmaga Sreeram, Leela Samson, Sara Arjun, and Rahul in the lead roles. Pradeep Kumar scored the songs and background score for the film. The film was commercially successful and received critical acclaim




  • Status Released
  • Release date 27 Dec 2019


Pink Bag

Maanja (Rahul), the teenaged ragpicker, begins to crush on Mity (Sara Arjun), a girl from a wealthy household, after stumbling upon her photo in the garbage from her home. Soon, he begins to collect knickknacks from her garbage everyday – a seemingly broken Walkman that has a recording of her song (she is an aspiring musician) and a ring that holds emotional value. But given their class difference, can he muscle up courage to give these back to her? And will she be able to see his ‘love’?

Kakka Kadi

Madhu (Nivedhithaa Sathish) and Mugilan (Manikandan K) have a friendship that eventually blossoms into love. Mugilan works for a company and creates memes. Madhu is a fashion designer. They both share a cab quite often. Soon, Mugilan is diagnosed with scrotum cancer, and Madhu gives him love and hope.


A widower Navaneethan (Kravmaga Sreeram) spots Yashoda (Leela Samson) playing at a park and is instantly smitten by her. They get acquainted at the hospital – they are undergoing a master health checkup – and open up to each other about their respective lives over a turtle walk. While they have no problem beginning a conversation, unlike youngsters who have fallen in love, the doubts that crop up are more or less similar – "does he/she really love me?".

Hey Ammu

A couple rediscovers passion after 12 years into their marriage when love has all but gotten lost in the mundanities of everyday life. The husband, Dhanapal (Samuthirakani) has no time for his wife, Amudhini (Sunaina) and her needs, both physical and emotional – though he does seem to be a good father to his kids. When Amudhini complains that he barely notices her – when other men compliment her on her new hairstyle – he shoots back that he is going bald but she, too, has not been giving that any notice. And when Amudhini reaches the end of her tether with Dhanapal's uncaring attitude, he tries to compensate by gifting her a virtual assistant – hoping that she would leave him alone as she now has someone to speak to.

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