Magane En Marumagane

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Magane En Marumagane
Magane En Marumagane.jpg
Poster
Directed by T. P. Gajendran
Produced by T. P. Gajendran
Written by Krishna Da Vinci - T. Durai Raj (dialogues)
Story by T. P. Gajendran
Starring
Music by Dhina
Cinematography Raja Rajan
Edited by Ganesh
Production
company
Muthulakshmi Movies
Distributed by Raj Television Network
Release date
  • 21 May 2010 (2010-05-21)
Country India
Language Tamil

Magane En Marumagane (English: Son, My Son-in-law) is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language comedy drama film written and directed by T. P. Gajendran. The film stars Vivek, Mithun, Saranya, Yamini Sharma and Nassar in lead roles.[1][2] The film was launched on 14 July 2008[3] and released on 21 May 2010.

Plot[edit]

Nasser the ‘Jameendar’ of a village on the foothills of Palani temple is living happily with his wife (Saranya). The couple is liberal and spent all their money on the villagers. Enter Singapetti Singaram (Vivek) a con and a good-for-nothing guy and his Paati (Parvai Muniamma).

Singaram cons the Jameendar and marries his daughter Ponnarasi (Yamini Sharma), whose brother Reghu (Mithun) an IT professional and a city slicker is fiercely opposed to it. Singaram wastes his money in gambling and he is defeated by his enemy. His enemy is killed and Singaram is framed up in a murder case which he didn't commit and is forced to leave the village. He comes to Chennai and turns a new leaf and overnight becomes a real estate tycoon.

Meanwhile, Raghu the bad brother urged by his evil uncle (Livingston) ditches his father and mother who are left penniless on the street. When Singaram comes to village and sees that the family became poor. Raghu comes to know that his uncle cheated his parents and he gets affected by heart disease. In the hospital, Raghu's mother gave up her life to donate heart transplant to save his son. Film ends with Raghu marrying Thenmozhi.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack is composed by Dhina. "Poda Vengayam" is remixed from famous Rajini song "Raman Aandalum" from Mullum Malarum. Celebrities participated in audio release event were Director T.P Gajendran,K.S Ravi kumar, actor Dhanush, Bharath,Nasar,Vivek, Actress Namitha and others.

  • Poda Vengayam
  • Laddu Paiya
  • Muruga Velmuruga
  • Yaaradhu Yaardhu
  • Singampatti Oorula

Critical reception[edit]

Behindwoods wrote "All said and done Magane En Marumagane is a family movie and given the huge success of tearjerker sitcoms in primetime television, it stands a chance to exert its pull over women and rural audiences in particular."[4] Sify wrote "Magane En Marumagane, is not a fun movie. It is pure mush and melodrama, and looks like director TP Gajendran has etched the story from the 60?s and 70?s family glycerine tearjerkers".[5] Kollywood Today wrote "Magane En Marumagane is one such film that annoys you badly putting you restless all throughout the film. The very basic presentation of this film itself looks like a village affected with plague as every character on the screen looks like dullards".[6]

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