|Directed by||G. Sai Suresh|
|Produced by||"Metti Oli" S. Siddiq|
|Screenplay by||G. Sai Suresh|
|Edited by||Suresh Rajan|
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Military is a 2003 Indian Tamil film, directed by G. Sai Suresh, who earlier directed Kunguma Pottu Gounder. The film stars Sathyaraj and Rambha in lead roles. The film, produced by "Metti Oli" S. Siddiq, had musical score by Deva and was released on 28 February 2003. The film is a remake of Malayalam film Hitler.
Madhavan (Sathyaraj), locally known as Military, is a protective brother of five younger sisters : Ammu, Seetha, Nandhini, Archana, and Kamali. Their father (Manivannan) married again after the death of his first wife and after that his children never speaks with them. In his second marriage, he has two daughters.
The eldest of Madhavan's sister, Ammu was raped by her widower professor (Nizhalgal Ravi). Madhavan asked his sister to marry the professor who was quite old and so the other sisters were unhappy, who did not know about the matter. His second sister, Seetha hence elopes with their uncle's son Balasubramaniam (Livingston) and later comes to stay in their neighbourhood itself. Madhavan's enemies try to kill his brother-in-law and put the blame on Madhavan. Luckily, his brother-in-law survives and tells the truth.
- Sathyaraj as 'Military' Madhavan
- Rambha as Lakshmi
- Livingston as Balasubramaniam
- Vijayalakshmi as Seetha
- Manivannan as Madhavan's father
- Vinu Chakravarthy as Madhavan's uncle
- Nizhalgal Ravi as a professor
- Ramesh Khanna as Ganesan
- Santhoshi as Madhavan's half sister
- Indhu as Ammu
- Lavanya as Nandhini
- Santhana Bharathi
- M. S. Bhaskar
|Soundtrack album by Deva|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Deva. The soundtrack, released in 2003, features 5 tracks with lyrics written by Kalidas, Pazhani Barathi, Na. Muthukumar and P. Vijay.
|1||"Ammamma"||Srinivas, Sujatha Mohan||5:22|
|2||"Chittu Kuruvi"||Harini, Krishnaraj||5:21|
|5||"Therodum Veedhiyilae"||Anuradha Sriram, Srinivas||5:38|