Maa Madurai

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Maa Madurai
Directed byK. K. Krishnan
StarringVaasan Karthik
Music byKarthik Raja
Release date
13 July 2007

Maa Madurai is a Tamil film directed by newcomer K. K. Krishnan. The film stars Vaasan Karthik, son of comedian Singamuthu and Midhuna, younger sister of Rajashree in lead roles.[1] The music was composed by Karthik Raja. The film was released in 2007 to mixed reviews.[2]


The story starts in Madurai Railway station, where Saravanan (Vaasan Karthik) is a coolie and he was accompanied by his friends Karunas & Mayilsami. Saravanan is go-header spends his life like-that with his friends. One day Saravanan found one mobile phone lying unclaimed in railway station and he comes to know that was belonging to Nandini (Mithuna). Then Saravanan will go to Nandini’s home and hand over the phone, by the time he came to know Nandini is sister of politician Kumar (Kottai Kumar).

The intro between Saravanan & Nandini grew into friendship and later on it became love. Kumar is aware of his sister love affair, so he tries to separate the couple by means of force, even then Saravanan and Nandini love was steady. At another end, Saravanan came to know about his mother presence through Church-Father (Delhi Ganesh), Father helping Saravanan to find his mother (Sita). Whether Saravanan able to find his mother?



Music is composed by Karthik Raja.[3] Track "Sorgam Madhuvile" from Kamal Haasan starrer Sattam En Kaiyil was remixed in this film.

  • Adakkivaasi — Ranjith, Reshmi
  • Askalale — Ranjith, Kannan, Selva, Malgudi Subha
  • Koondukkal — Karthik, Sangeetha
  • Madurai Maduraithaan — Ilayaraja, Rita, Naveen
  • Sorgam Arugile — Karthik, Rita


  1. ^ "Singamuthu hopes son-shine - Malayalam Movie News". 27 November 2009. Retrieved 1 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Review - Maamadurai". Kollywood Today. 29 July 2007. Retrieved 1 March 2014.
  3. ^ "Maamadurai Songs - Karthik Raja - Stars New Face - Maamadurai Tamil Movie Songs - - Entertain with live songs - Maamadurai Tamil Songs". Retrieved 1 March 2014.