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Thedinen Vanthathu (transl. I searched, it came) is a 1997 Indian Tamil-language comedy film directed by Ravi Varma. The film features Prabhu, Goundamani, Mantra and Amrutha . The film, produced by Vijayalakshmi Srinivasan and Kanchana Sivaraman, had a musical score by Sirpy and was released on 30 October 1997 as one of the Deepavali releases.

Velumani (Prabhu), an innocent bank watchman, loses his job after two robbers steal one crore in his bank. In a misunderstanding, a hotel manager thinks that Velumani is a bank manager. Tamizhmani (Goundamani), the hotel server, knows his secret but Velumani manages him by giving him a lottery ticket. The next day, they have the winning numbers. Tamizhmani immediately resigns from his job, but the lottery ticket was a fake.

Viswanathan (Venniradai Moorthy) has two daughters: Mythili (Amrutha) and Janaki (Mantra). Viswanathan looks for grooms for several years and decides to ask an astrologer about it. The astrologer tells him that grooms will approach him soon. Accidentally, the bank robbers' bag and the astrologer's bag get interchanged. Then, many bags get interchanged. Finally, Velumani and Tamizhmani get the money bag and they hide it in an unoccupied house. Soon the house gets occupied by Viswanathan's family. A racy and funny chase begins for the money bag.

Prabhu as Velumani / 'Coimbatore' Gopalakrishnan
Goundamani as Tamizhmani / 'Pollachi' Ponnusamy
Mantra as Janaki
Amrutha as Mythili
Venniradai Moorthy as Viswanathan
Anuradha as Visalam
Balu Anand as Peter Pandian
Prathap K. Pothan as Vicky
Crazy Mohan as Bank Manager
Idichapuli Selvaraj as Hotel Owner
Gowtham Sundararajan
Vichu Viswanath
Meesai Murugesan
M. R. Krishnamurthy
Kovai Senthil as an astrologer
Thedinen Vanthathu
Soundtrack album by Sirpy
Released 1997
Recorded 1997
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 23:34
Producer Sirpy
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Sirpy. The soundtrack, released in 1997, features five tracks with lyrics written by Pazhani Bharathi.[3]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 "Aalps Malaikkaattru" Hariharan, Bhavatharini 5:00
2 "Puyaladikkum Neramidhu" Swarnalatha 4:31
3 "Thannikkullae Neendhuralae" Mano, Sirpy 4:30
4 "Twinkle Staaru" Mano 4:44
5 "Vaanam Ethuvaraikkum" Mano 4:49
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