Mathil Mel Poonai

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Mathil Mel Poonai
Mathil Mel Poonai.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Barani Jayapal
Produced by Kannan
Screenplay by Barani Jayapal
Story by Barani Jayapal
Starring Vijay Vasanth
Vibha Natarajan
Music by Ganesh Raghavendra
Cinematography LK. Vijay
Edited by Praveen K. L.
N. B. Srikanth
Peenics Creations
Release date
  • 8 March 2013 (2013-03-08)
Country India
Language Tamil

Mathil Mel Poonai (English:Cat on the wall) is a 2013 Tamil thriller film written and directed by Barani Jayapal. Vijay Vasanth and Vibha Natarajan play the lead roles in the film. The villains in the film are Karthik, Prabha, Ramesh. Thambi Ramayya and Meera Krishna share screen space also playing the key roles in the movie. The lyrics for Mathil Mel Punai have been penned by Yugabharathi and Thamarai.[1] The Ganesh Raghavendra musical, LK Vijay cinematography and Praveen-Srikanth editorial is to hit the international screens on 8 March.[2] The film is copied from Hollywood film Eden Lake.The film panned by critics and became a box office disaster.



The director is Bharani, who was an assistant of director Selvaraghavan.The film songs received worse reviews than the film had received. The scenes were choreographed by Michael master. The film has been shot in Paramakudi, Courtallam, Kumbakonam, Pondicherry and Chennai.[3] The crew spent the hardship of 75 days in thick forests for shooting.[2] Shanthini Theva, who made her debut in Naadodigal, directed by Samuthirakani and produced by Sasikumar, was playing the heroine in Madhil Mel Poonai. But Vibha Natarajan became the heroine later.[4]


Mathil Mel Poonai
Soundtrack album by Ganesh Raghavendra
Released 4 September 2012
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Tamil
Label Sa Re Ga Ma
Producer Ganesh Raghavendra
Ganesh Raghavendra chronology
Padam Paarthu Kathai Sol
Mathil Mel Poonai
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Manasa Thirudiya" Tippu  
2. "Vandharai Vazhavaikum" Silambarasan Rajendar  
3. "Oru Poo Pookiradhu" Harini, Harish Raghavendra  
4. "Irulai Katti Vai" Abilash, Lawrance  
5. "Rathathin Nuraraiya" Sathyan, T. L. Maharajan  


  1. ^ "Madhil Mel Poonai". Times of India. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "'Mathil Mel Poonai' all set to release". Indiaglitz. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  3. ^ "Now, Vijay Vasanth bitten by action bug". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  4. ^ "'Mathil Mel Poonai' audio launched". Sify. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 

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