|Directed by||M. Rathnakumar|
|Produced by||Revathi Duraimurugan|
Sengathu Bhoomiyilae is the story of two closely related families, falling apart due to an unfortunate incident. It creates more issues widening the rift which snowballs into bigger and ends up in the loss of many lives that breaks the relationships. As they bay for each other's blood like sworn enemies, some innocent minds are affected by the rift and vengeance creating disastrous result for everyone.
- Pawan as Vallarasu
- Mirchi Senthil as Chinnasamy
- Priyanka Nair as Vairasilai
- Sunu Lakshmi as Jayakodi
- Singampuli as Ondippuli
- Vellai Pandi as Santhai Mayi
- Azhagan Thamizhmani as Malaichami
- Stalin as Bose
- Vishnu Priya
Upon release, Sengathu Bhoomiyilae received generally mixed reviews. Behindwoods gave the film 1.5 out of 5, stating that the "film that tries to rework the rural revenge formula with a load of stereotypes, but it looks below par" The Hindu mentioned as " for a movie written by the same person who wrote Karuththamma and Kizhakku Cheemayile, Sengathu Bhoomiyilaehas surprisingly with insipid dialogues and the actors were made do with a boxful of clichés, thus ends up diluting all characters". While moviepettai.com praised the film mentioning as " The director has tried to do justice to his job. Another film into your weekend entertainment kitty"  while Deccan Chronicle gave the film 3 out of 5, mentioning "The director was able to convey the message effectively with interesting twists and turns despite a lesser-known cast. A well-made film, worth a watch!" 
- "Sengathu Bhoomiyilae Movie Review". Behindwoods. Retrieved 30 April 2012.
- "Sengathu Bhoomiyile - Rural romance". The Hindu. Retrieved 30 April 2012.
- "Sengathu bhoomiyile review". moviepettai.com. Retrieved 30 April 2012.
- "Sengathu bhoomiyile review: Casting, music ensure a winner". deccanchronicle.com. Retrieved 30 April 2012.