All in All Azhagu Raja (Eng: All in All Beauty King) is a 2013 Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by M. Rajesh. It featured Karthi, Prabhu, Kajal Aggarwal, Radhika Apte and Santhanam. The film was released on 2 November 2013, and panned by both critics.
Azhagu Raja (Karthi), is the only son of the Muthukrishnan family. He owns an unpopular cable channel called “Triple A”. The cable company has only two employees, Raja and Kalyanam (Santhanam). Nothing they do improves the company’s fortunes. By chance, Raja meets Chitra Devi Priya (Kajal Aggarwal) when she is singing at a wedding. Her unusual voice irritates him, and they argue. However, Priya eventually agrees that she cannot sing well. Priya says she fails at everything she tries, even suicide. As their friendship blossoms, Raja tells his father Muthukrishnan (Prabhu), about Priya which triggers a memory in Muthukrishnan about his past.
Muthukrishnan (Karthi) used to work for Burma Ramaswamy (Nassar) after being recommended by Kali (Santhanam). Meenakshi (Radhika Apte) his daughter, falls for him. Seeing his hard work and dedication, Ramaswamy promotes him to more responsible work in the theater and appoints Kali under him. Meena asks for an answer in two days. But an enraged Kali, filled with jealousy, plots to pit Ramaswamy against Muthukrishnan and is successful when Muthukrishnan is ousted by Ramaswamy due to a misunderstanding.
Raja steps into Muthukrishnan’s 1980s world. Muthukrishnan and Priya’s father Kandhaswamy (Aadukalam Naren) reject Raja’s marriage to Priya. Muthukrishnan and Kandhaswamy meet and realize that jealousy of Kali, Kalyanam’s father, was the reason for the problems of the families; finally Kalyanam tells the real story & both families unite to marry Raja and Priya.
Directed by M. Rajesh
Produced by K. E. Gnanavel Raja
Written by M. Rajesh
Starring Karthi, Prabhu, Kajal Aggarwal, Santhanam, Radhika Apte
Music by S. Thaman
Cinematography Sakthi Saravanan
Edited by Vivek Harshan
Production Studio Green
Release date 2 November 2013
Running time 162 minutes