Mannava (film)

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Mannav
"Mannava, 1997".jpg
Directed byL. M. Balaji
Produced byShanthi
Written byA. Jeeva Kumaran
StarringPrashanth
Sanghavi
Goundamani
Urvashi
Music byDeva
CinematographyImayavaramban
Edited byD. S. Maniam
Production
company
Star Movies
Release date
21 February 1997
Running time
145 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Mannava is a 1997 Tamil action comedy thriller film directed by L. M. Balaji and produced by Shanthi. The film stars Prashanth and Sanghavi in the lead roles, while Deva composed the film's music.[1] It was received to mixed reviews. The film was later dubbed and released in Telugu as Eshwar.[2]

Plot[edit]

Eshwar (Prashanth) is the son of (R. Sundarrajan) and (Vadivukkarasi). He has a naturally helpful personality and will come to the rescue of anyone who is in difficulties. Eshwar’s friend is facing a problem in getting married to his fiancée. Eshwar helps his friend, which leads to a skirmish brawl, and Eshwar also falls in love with his friend’s sister Kavitha (Sanghavi). When Eshwar’s love was accepted by both parents, they approach an astrologer (J. V. Somayajulu), who predicts Eshwar to be isolated for some time to avoid disaster in his life. Eshwar arrives with his friend Mani (Goundamani) to their estate in Coonoor - Ooty, where numerous incidents take place. At one point of time, Sinthamani (Urvashi), a mentally retarded, forcibly takes asylum in Eshwar’s estate. A local thug Kabali (Ponnambalam) tries to molest Sinthamani, and Eshwar chases Kabali away. Later, Kabali was found dead. Suriya (Devan), a police inspector, is deputed for investigating this case. Suriya is a relative of Kavitha, and they were supposed to marry. The investigation leads to several proofs, and Eshwar is blamed for Kabali’s murder. What happens next is to be watched.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Mannava
Soundtrack album by
Released1997
Recorded1997
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerDeva

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Deva. The soundtrack, released in 1997, features 5 tracks.[3] All the songs were Super hits.

Track Song Singer(s) Lyrics Duration
1 'Indhu Maha Samudrame' Hariharan, K. S. Chithra Pazhani Bharathi 05.27
2 'Indhu Maha Samudrame' Unni Krishnan, K. S. Chithra 05.18
3 'Thelu Kadichiduchi' S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Swarnalatha Vairamuthu 04.46
4 'Nee Oru Romiyo' S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra Vaali 04.47
5 'Yemma Yemma' Kumar Sanu Vaali 04.41
6 'Gaana Porandhadhu' S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 03.55
7 'Pa Pa Chinna Pappa' Hariharan, Swarnalatha Vairamuthu 05.36
8 'Un Manathai Hariharan 00:53

Reception[edit]

The Indian Express called the film "above average, the kind you won't be tired of (except maybe during some of the songs)".[4]

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