Vikatan Televistas, the television production house of the famous Tamil magazine “Anandha Vikatan” has produced number of successful serials for various Tamil Channels. Its recent production “Thirumathi Selvam” (Mrs. Selvam) is a successful tele serial family drama which has got fans from all sections of television viewers.
Thirumathi Selvam is written and directed by '
S Kumaran', which started its journey from 2007 November. Originally it was a day time drama. As more and more fans liked the serial, Sun Television decided to shift it to the prime time so that it can reach more audience. The serial has lived to the expectations by providing an interesting storyline, excellent acting, wonderful production quality.
This is the story of Selvam, which is played by famous television actor Sanjeev. Other important cast members include '
Latha Rao, '
Vizhudhugal Santhanam, '
K R Vatsala',
Peeli Sivam and many other experienced actors as well as newbies who got their first break in this serial.
Thirumathi Selvam’s storyline by S. Kumaran got great reviewes not just in Tamil world, but also in other areas. It is successfully remade in languages such as Telugu, Kannada etc. Its Tamil dialogues and screenplay are handled by V. K. Amirtharaj, assisted by S. E. Amalraj on screenplay aspects. Famous music director '
D Imman' has composed the title song, sung by
Shweta Mohan. Background music for this serial is composed by Kiran, while S. T. Martz handled the camera. This serial successfully crossed more than 1000 episodes capturing audience of all ages and kinds.
Another version of this story...
Thirumathi Selvam is a Tamil drama serial telecasted in Sun TV from 2007 till 2013. Thirumathi Selvam was directed by S Kumaran and produced by Vikatan Televistas like many other Sun TV dramas. First episode started on November 5, 2007 and was telecasted from Monday through Friday afternoons. Sanjeev and Abitha were playing the leading roles Selvam and Thirumathi Selvam along with Vadivukkarasi, Rindhya and few other supporting artists. Thirumathi Selvam was also dubbed into other language channels of Sun Network namely into Telugu named Devatha in Gemini TV, into Malayalam named Nilavilakku in Surya TV, in Kannada named Jokali in Udhaya TV all which were produced by Vikatan Televistas.
The baseline of the story is about a Mechanic Selvam acted by Sanjeev, decides stay single without getting married because with his single income, even though working as hard than many other still struggles to manage his family needs. He sacrificed his education to make his younger brother and sister to get schooling. By luck he falls in love with Archana played by Abitha after seeing her at a temple. To get away with this marriage he is lying to the bride’s family that he is a Mechanical Engineer. Later after the wedding, Archana comes to know about that he is not educated at all and also he is just a Mechanic, and this in turn makes her hate Selvam and refuses to live with him, but as time passes by she started to understand Selvam's love for her and goodness in his character and decides to start living her marriage life with him.
As time passes by, Selvam is been tricked and looted by his step mother Bagyam role played by Gauthami to whom he is betrayed and his assets including house and mechanic shed were looted by her Bagyam. They come to platform for a dwelling, where he is figured out by his friend who then helps them to start their new life. Nandhinee acted by Rindhya one of Selvam’s friends helps him and Archana in their misery and helps to enhance their living standards. After a long twist and turn in Selvam’s life caused by Nandhinee, Selvam goes to prison and spoils Archana’s peaceful life. Finally, the story ended during 2013 with an anti-climax by separating Selvam and Archana for rest of their life and also shows due to the evil and unwelcomed friendship and habits Selvam again lands into the platform. Female Lead Role Abitha have acted in 11 Movies including 9 in Tamil and 1 from Kannada and Malayam respectively and also have acted in 5 serials in Tamil. Her original name was Jenila, then changed to Janeesha, but known to Tamil industry as Abitha.