Uttharavindri Ulle Vaa (English: Come inside without permission) is a 1971 Tamil-language Indian romantic comedy film directed by N. S. Chakravarthi and produced by C. V. Sridhar under his production company Chitralaya Pictures. The film was written by Chitralaya Gopu, with music by M. S. Viswanathan. The film stars Ravichandran, Kanchana, Nagesh, Rama Prabha, Venniradai Moorthy and Gemini Mali in the lead roles with Sachu, Thengai Srinivasan, Sundari Bai, and Veera Raghavan in supporting roles.
The movie deals with four friends. Ravichandran, the hero, is the son of a rich man (Veera Raghavan), and he along with his three friends Nagesh, Mali and Murthy, lives in a mansion owned by his father. While they plan to go on a holiday, a young woman (Kanchana) sneaks into the bungalow, fleeing from danger, and begs the hero to offer her solace for two days. He agrees and the trip is cancelled. Kanchanca and Ravichandran fall in love.
Another woman (Vijaya Chandrika) suddenly appears one night and leaves her child, Baby Shanthi, with a note claiming that she is Mali’s daughter. Mali asserts that he has never seen the baby before and asserts that he doesn’t know the woman in the letter. But he falls for the child and brings her up with love and affection.
The other friend Murthy falls in love with a nurse (Sachu) who is the daughter of an eccentric doctor (Thengai Srinivasan). Finally, all the problems are solved and the friends live happily ever after.
Directed by N. C. Chakravarthi
Produced by C. V. Sridhar
Written by Chitralaya Gopu
Story by Chitralaya Gopu
Starring Ravichandran, Kanchana, Nagesh, Rama Prabha, Venniradai Moorthy, Sachu
Music by M. S. Viswanathan
Cinematography B. S. Lokanath
Edited by N. M. Shankar
Production Venus Combines
Distributed by Chitralaya Pictures
Release date 1971