Thottal Poo Malarum

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Thottal Poo Malarum
Directed by P. Vasu
Produced by P. Vasu
Written by P. Vasu
Starring Sakthi Vasu
Gowri Munjal
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography Akash Ashok Kumar
Edited by KMK. Palanivel
Sapphire Media & Infrastructure
Release date
  • 3 August 2007 (2007-08-03)
Running time
146 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Thottal Poo Malarum (English: The flower will bloom, when touched) is a 2007 Tamil romance film written and directed by P. Vasu, starring his son Sakthi Vasu and Gowri Munjal, two newcomers, in lead roles. Rajkiran, Sukanya, Nassar, Vadivelu and Santhanam played supporting roles. The music was composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film was released on 3 August 2007 and became an average grosser.


Ravi (Sakthi), a happy-go-lucky youngster, falls in instant love with Anjali (Gauri Munjal), his college mate. Anjali's mother Periya Nayagie (Sukanya), a rich and an arrogant entrepreneur, tries to play spoilsport in their romance. She arranges for her daughter's wedding with the son of a dreaded gangster Varadharaja Vandaiyar (Raj Kiran) in Mumbai. Sakthi goes to Mumbai. He hides his true identity and manages to gain an entry into Vandiyar's family. Having won their confidence, Sakthi sets himself on a mission to marry Anjali.



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Soundtrack album by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Released 23 June 2007 (2007-06-23)
Recorded 2007
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Sa Re Ga Ma
Producer Yuvan Shankar Raja
Yuvan Shankar Raja chronology
Satham Podathey
Thottal Poo Malarum
Kannamoochi Yenada

For the music of the film, P. Vasu teamed up with composer Yuvan Shankar Raja for the first time. The soundtrack was released on 23 June 2007 by Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan.[1] It features 6 tracks. 'Kavignar' Vaali wrote the lyrics for all the songs, except for "Kadatharen Naan Unnai", whose lyrics were written by Snehan.

Indiaglitz described the album as "rocking" and a "delight for music-lovers".[2] Particularly, the song "Arabu Naade" became immensely popular and became a chartbuster song.[3][4]

No. Song Singers Length (m:ss) Lyrics Notes
1 "Arabu Naade" Haricharan, Yuvan Shankar Raja 5:22 'Kavignar' Vaali
2 "Vittal Suriyanai" Ranjith, Yuvan Shankar Raja 4:38 'Kavignar' Vaali
3 "Valaiyal Karangalai" Vijay Yesudas 4:45 'Kavignar' Vaali
4 "Ennai Pidicha" Haricharan, Binny Krishna Kumar 4:35 'Kavignar' Vaali
5 "Vaadi Vambu Pennae" Sujatha Mohan 4:09 'Kavignar' Vaali
6 "Kadatharan Naan Unnai" Rahul Nambiar, Saindhavi 3:48 Snehan


TSV Hari of described the film as "very ordinary fare," adding that "Sakthi certainly deserved better."[5] M Bharat Kumar of News Today called it a "mediocre offering" with "predictable sequences," noting that "the son seems to have delivered the goods well, while the father has failed as a director."[6] However, IndiaGlitz described it as a "feel-good youthful entertainer" with an "intelligent screenplay and pacy narration" that is "sure to appease film-buffs."[7]


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