Pudhu Manithan

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Pudhu Manithan
Pudhu Manithan DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byManivannan
Produced byR. M. Veerappan
V. Tamil Azhagan
V. Selvam
V. Thangaraj
Written byManivannan
Screenplay byManivannan
R. M. Veerappan
Story byR. M. Veerappan
R. Selvaraj
Starring
Music byDeva
CinematographyS. Sankar
Edited byK. R. Krishnan
Production
company
Sathya Movies
Distributed bySathya Movies
Release date
  • 22 March 1991 (1991-03-22)
Running time
140 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Pudhu Manithan (English: New human) is a 1991 Tamil drama film, directed by Manivannan. The film featured Sathyaraj as the protagonist, while Bhanupriya played his love interest and Sarath Kumar as the antagonist. The film's musical score was by Deva and was released on 22 March 1991.[1][2][3]

Plot[edit]

Kabali (Sathyaraj), an orphan, lives in a slum with an old Brahmin woman named Pangajam (Manorama), and he considers her like his mother. Kabali is a fisherman and also the slum's rowdy, but he has a heart of gold. He went to jail many times only because he fought against injustice.

Suganthi (Bhanupriya), a chorus singer who is also an orphan, often returns home late. For her safety, she uses Kabali's name to avoid the rowdies and lies that she is his girlfriend. One day, Kabali meets her and slaps her for misusing his name. Thereafter, he falls in love with her.

Sundar (R. Sarathkumar) is a rich man and womanizer. He is able to have any girls he wants by money or force. His mother (Sathyapriya) sympathizes with Suganthi and decides to get her married to Sundar.

When Kabali decides to propose his love to Suganthi, she first tells him that she has accepted to get married to Sundar, and she invites him for the wedding. Kabali is then heartbroken as he knows about Sundar's bad habits, but he decides to hide the truth because he does not want to hurt her feelings.

At the wedding day, however, Sundar stops the marriage because he thinks that Suganthi has an illicit affair with Kabali. Kabali tells him that he is wrong and challenges him to arrange their marriage another day. What transpires later forms the crux of the story.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Pudhu Manithan
Soundtrack album by
Released1991
Recorded1991
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length29:39
ProducerDeva

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Deva. The soundtrack, released in 1991, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by Vairamuthu, Muthulingam, Na. Kamarasan and Kalidasan.[4]

Track Song Singer(s) lyricist Duration
1 "Angam Unathu Angam" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra 5:49
2 "Nilavukku Thaalaattu" S. Janaki 4:53
3 "Othuda Othuda" Malaysia Vasudevan, Kovai Kamala 5:32
4 "Thinam Thinam" S. Janaki Muthulingam 4:30
5 "Valaikku Thappiya Meenu" K. J. Yesudas 4:34
6 "Yelelankuyilae" K. S. Chithra 4:21

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Filmography of pudhu manithan". cinesouth.com. Retrieved 5 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Pudhu Manidhan (1991) Tamil Movie". en.600024.com. Retrieved 5 January 2013.
  3. ^ "Pudhu Manidhan". entertainment.oneindia.in. Retrieved 5 January 2013.
  4. ^ "Puthu Manithan Songs". music.haihoi.com. Retrieved 5 January 2013.