Veerasamy

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Veerasamy
Directed by T. Rajender
Produced by T. Rajender
Written by T. Rajender
Starring T. Rajender
Meghna Naidu
Mumtaj
N. Santhanam
Music by T. Rajender
Release date(s) 2007
Running time 200 minutes[citation needed]
Language Tamil

Veerasamy (Tamil: வீராசாமி) is a Tamil action film released in 2007. The film was fully made by actor and producer T. Rajendar. Mumtaj and Meghana Naidu starred in the movie alongside him.[1][2]

Introduction[edit]

The film was fully made by veteran actor and producer T.Rajendar. This film shows the talents of romance, action and emotion with dialogue patterns he is famous for. T.Rajendar acted as the hero in the movie. Together with him was Mumtaj. Although the movie wasn't a chart buster, its songs were a hit due to the splendid lyrics and good picturisation. The main plot of the story is that if any problem occurs to public, T.Rajendar is there to help them. Mumtaj falls in love with him and tries to marry him. Meanwhile there is another character in the story, Sheela, sister of T.Rajendar and he opposes his sister's love for her childhood lover.

The movie is basically a political story with a tinge of love and more action. In the movie, T.Rajendar is a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA). Unlike common corrupt politicians, he is very straight forward. The police and the government employees are made to work properly under the control of T.Rajendar.

Story[edit]

Rajendar plays Veerasamy, a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) who tries to do good things to people. His sister falls in love with a pimp's brother, and a neighbor falls in love with Veerasamy. Veerasamy then has to handle family conflicts as well as working to win the local elections.[3]

The sad ending of this movie is that due to some false witness, T.Rajendar is adjudged of involvement in corruption. On hearing this he dies of Heart Attack. He is not able to bear that shock and dishonor to his name. The major twist in climax is when he dies, Mumtaj, the true lover of Veerasamy also drops dead.

The movie is well known for its logical scenes. For instance, there is a scene where Sheela speaks in support of her brother, saying that she will not sacrifice her brother for the sake of her lover. In the scenes throughout, she is supportive of her brother, she does not elope with her lover even if T.Rajendar does not consent to their marriage.

Songs[edit]

All the song tracks and lyrics for the songs were composed by T.Rajendar himself, resulting in it being a hit. Many records were sold worldwide within the first month of the audio release. T.Rajendar was very happy with the outcome of the track Varan paru Varan paru Veerasamy...

Production[edit]

The film began in late 2003 and progressed through production slowly. The film was not a failure like the most hyped movies today but had decent run at the theatres and the distributors were happy.[4]

Soundtrack[edit]

The movie has eleven songs composed by T.Rajendar along with the lyrics.[5]

  • Oru Vennilavu - Prasanna, Amrutha
  • Hallo Kadhal - Silambarasan, Prem Gi Amaren
  • Vadi En Kadhal - Manicka Vinayagam
  • Yelelo Veerasamy - T. Rajendar
  • Madhana Kama Rasa - Mathangi
  • Sollaiye Kadhal - T. Rajendar
  • Dai Dai Dai I Love you - Febi
  • Varamparu - Chandrakanth, T. Rajendar
  • Marakka Mudiyale - T. Rajendar
  • Entha Kadhal Pollathathu - Prasanna
  • Vachirukken - T. Rajendar, Anuradha Sriram

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