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Madurai Veeran is a 2007 Tamil action romance film directed by Vincent Selva. The film stars Jithan Ramesh and Saloni Aswani in the lead roles. The score and soundtrack are composed by Srikanth Deva. The film received largely negative reviews. The film was a remake of Telugu film Nuvvu Nenu directed by Teja.

Madurai Veeran
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Directed byVincent Selva
Produced bySayed Kader
Written byTeja
StarringJithan Ramesh
Saloni Aswani
Karunas
Music bySrikanth Deva
CinematographyI. Andrew
Edited byV. Jaishankar
Release date
  • 18 April 2007 (2007-04-18)
Running time
148 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

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PlotEdit

Shiva (Jithan Ramesh) is the only son of a rich businessman (Avinash). He grows up surrounded by money and he is not cared for by his parents, due to his mother dying when he was a young boy and his father is business-minded and only cares about his money. Shiva and his friends are a playful bunch, do not study, and do lots of sports. Priya (Saloni Aswani), who also goes to the college (the college was created and run by Shiva's family) that Shiva goes to, is the daughter of a cow herder and a gangster Mayandi (Lal). Priya keeps her distance from Shiva, but as the film progresses, it is inevitable that they become friends. Their friendship then develops into romance, but this love is opposed by both their parents. Both their parents try to separate them, they try to get them married of to different people. They eventually run away together, and a hit man is after Priya's life (hired by Shiva's father). In a confrontation with the hit-man, Shiva gets wounded but defeats the hit man, storms into his father's office, and throws the hit-man at him. He then informs his father of his wedding in front of the district court. His father turns up with a large battalion of police officers, while Shiva turns up with a much large number of students. The film ends with their wedding successfully happening, and Mayandi giving his blessings.

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Audio trackEdit

Songs composed by Srikanth Deva.[1]

No. Song Singers Length (m:ss) Lyrics
1 "Yadava Theruvili" Gana Ulaganathan, Blaaze 4:13 Vijay Sagar
2 "Kalaiyum Neeye" Srikanth Deva, Febi Mani 4:47 P. Vijay
3 "Mudhal Mudhalaga" Shreya Ghoshal 4:34
4 "Nee Thaanadi" Harish Raghavendra 3:51 Kabilan
5 "Uyirum Uyirum" Surmukhi Raman, Senthil Dass 3:10 P. Vijay
6 "Gokka Makka" Priyadarshini, Srikanth Deva, Senthildas 4:05 Perarasu

ReceptionEdit

Sify wrote "It is a crass film that drags with plenty of double entendre and inane songs tuned by Sreekanth Deva."[2] Filmibeat wrote "The film is made on a reasonable story, but the way the director presents the story is truly horrible".[3]

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