Shanmuga Pandian, Meenakshi, Samuthirakani, Vela Ramamoorthy, Bala Saravanan, Mime Gopi, G. Marimuthu, Rajendran, Kadhir
P. G. Muthiah
Fri, 2nd Feb 2018
Madura Veeran tamil Movie Song Lyrics
|1||Madura Veeran||Kombula Kombula||193|
|2||Madura Veeran||Enna Nadakkudhu Naattula||146|
|3||Madura Veeran||Kaappaathu Karuppa||137|
|4||Madura Veeran||Un Nenjukulle||119|
Durai (Shanmugapandian) arrives with his mother from Malaysia to his village in the guise of searching for a suitable bride. His dead father Rathnam (Samuthirakani) was a well respected leader who tried his best to unite the villagers. To everyone's surprise the prospective brides whom the hero sees turn him down after he speaks to them in private. There is also his cousin (Newcomer Meenakshi) who also does the same to grooms who come to see her. The village is divided due to the feud between an upper caste bull owner (Vela Ramamurthy) and a lower caste one (Mime Gopi) who for many years have been the reason the village could not conduct the Jallikattu sport. What is the protagonist's real motive for coming to the village and what happens when he takes it upon himself to conduct the Jallikattu is what the rest of the screenplay is all about.
There is a marked improvement in Shanmugapandian's screen presence in this film when compared to the ill-fated 'Sagaptham'. He towers over the rest of the cast due to his height and is very convincing in the action sequences as he has the build as well as the skill to beat up half a dozen men. Meenakshi the Kerala girl has no problems passing of as a Madurai girl and looks every bit the rural beauty in the short song bits. Samuthirakani as the village headman looks every bit his part and as usual puts in a sincere performance. Vela Ramamurthy, Marimuthu. P.L.Thenappan and Mime Gopi provide sold support in their respective roles while a subdued Bala Saravanan manages a chuckle here and there.