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|Produced by||Rama Narayanan|
|Written by||M. Karunanidhi|
Paasakiligal is a film released on Pongal Day 2006 about sentiments between two brothers and a sister. It stars Prabhu, Murali, Navya Nair, Malavika, Manorama, Vadivelu, Nassar, Kalabhavan Mani, Roja, Vineeth and others. The film was fully written and directed by Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief M. Karunanidhi, as it was a comeback film for the director-cum-politician. The film saw a mild success throughout the elderly folks but was a failure throughout. Although the film had a huge number of film stars, especially Murali who hadn't appeared in a film in a while, the film failed to see at least a mild success due to its outdated camera features and unadvanced technology used in the filming.
Sethupathy (Prabhu) and his young brother Sevathayya (Murali) are fond of their only sister Maragadham (Navya Nair) living in Melur village.
Vairaghya Bhoopathy (Nasser) is the chief of the neighboring village Aalur and the two families are rival for generations. But Maragadham falls for Nallarasu (Vineeth), brother of Bhoopathy.
Then comes Alakalan (Kalabhavan Mani) a schemer who wants to marry Maragadham. Both the brothers humiliate him and send him back. He ends up marrying Bhoopathy's sister Angayarkanni (Roja) but manager to create an enmity between the two families.
Meanwhile, dancer (Malavika) falls in love with Sethupathy. Alakalan has an eye on her as well. A turn of events results in Bhoopathy's suicide.
Now, Nallarasu takes revenge on Sethupathy who was responsible for his brother's death. So he marries Maragadham only to torture her.
The rest of the film is all about how Sethupathy and Sevathayya reveals the true color of Alakalan and as predicted all comes to a happy ending.
Cast and crew
- Prabhu as Sethupathy
- Murali as Sevathayya
- Navya Nair as Maragadham
- Vineeth as Nallarasu
- Nassar as Vairaghya Bhoopathy
- Kalabhavan Mani as Alakalan
- Roja as Angayarkanni
- Vadivelu as Kathavarayan
|Soundtrack album by Vidyasagar|
Vidyasagar has composed music for the film.
- Aruviyoda - Chithra
- Thendral Ennum - Madhu Balakrishnan
- Thangai Endra - Tippu, Karthik, Sujatha, Manorama
- Meesai Mutham - Tippu, Sujatha
- Karutha Machan - Manikka Vinayagam, Srilekha