Pa. Ra. Palanisamy

Pa. Ra. Palanisamy is a 2010 Tamil thriller film directed by M. Muthurathnam. The film features Mugur Sundar, Ashwin, Srinivas Rao and Meenakshi Kailash in lead roles, with Alex, Karate Raja, Pandu, and Bala Subramani playing supporting roles. The film, produced by P. Thangavel, had musical score by Dhina and was released on 11 June 2010.[1][2]

Pa. Ra. Palanisamy
Directed byM. Muthurathnam
Produced byP. Thangavel
Written bySuresh Devaraj
Music byDhina
Edited byK. M. Idris
M. Sankar
Thangam Real Pictures
Release date
  • 11 June 2010 (2010-06-11)
Running time
110 minutes


The film begins with the old blind man Pa. Ra. Palanisamy (Mugur Sundar) and teenager Chinna (Ashwin) setting a car on fire with the deputy collector Muralidharan (Muralidharan) inside. The police inspector Johnson (Karate Raja) is assigned to unravel the mystery behind the death. Palanisamy and Chinna then murder the college correspondent Rajendran in his office and make the murder look a suicide, but the forensic report shows that it was a murder.

In the meantime, the press reporter Prabhakar (Srinivas Rao) falls in love with his newly-appointed office colleague Maheshwari (Meenakshi Kailash). Later, Palanisamy poisons the drink of the wealthy man named Manohar in a bar. Prabhakar witnesses it, but Palanisamy and his aid escape from the place. With all of the evidence that he has collected, Johnson finds out that these three murders were committed by the same duo.

In the past, Palanisamy was a renowned scientist who got many awards for his achievements and strongly supported organic farming. One day, MLA Vaitheeswaran (Alex) and his four associates requested Palanisamy to sell his land to build an orphanage at that place, Palanisamy wholeheartedly accepted to sell it, but they cheated him and grabbed his land. Palanisamy had no other choice than to complain to the police. One night, Vaitheeswaran and his four associates broke into his house, killed his family, and left Palanisamy for dead. Palanisamy, who lost his sight, decided to take revenge on them with the help of the orphan teenager Chinna.

Back to the present, Palanisamy kills another person but is severely wounded during the fight and dies. Before dying, Chinna promises to him that he kill Vaitheeswaran, who is now a minister. Meanwhile, Prabhakar confesses to Johnson that he has seen the murderers. The film ends with Chinna kidnapping and killing Vaitheeswaran.



The veteran dancer Mugur Sundar, who has worked as a dance master in over 1000 films, made his debut as an actor with Pa. Ra. Palanisamy under Thangam Real Pictures banner. Srinivas Rao and Meenakshi Kailash were selected to play the lead role, Pandu, Alex and Karate Raja were also in the cast. Dhina is scoring the music while Suresh Devaraj has penned the story and screenplay besides wielding the megaphone. The film featured a peppy number with Mugur Sundar and his sons Prabhu Deva and Raju Sundaram dancing in a huge set and choreographed by dance master Sridhar.[3][4][5][6]


Pa. Ra. Palanisamy
Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Dhina chronology
Magane En Marumagane
Pa. Ra. Palanisamy
Thambi Arjuna

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Dhina. The soundtrack, released in 2010, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by Suresh Devaraj.[7]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 'Inter City' Haricharan 4:34
2 'Malai Nera Suriyan' S. P. Bhavan 1:43
3 'Nenjukkul Mariyal' Benny Dayal, Priya Himesh 4:38
4 'Netru Athu Unakku' Dhina 5:00
5 'Singarimava Singakutty' Mukesh, Chinnaponnu 4:37
6 'Thedivandhaen' Shankar Mahadevan, Malathy Lakshman 4:14


The film took an average opening at the Chennai box office.[8]


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