Poo Mazhai Pozhiyuthu

Poo Mazhai Pozhiyuthu (transl. Flowers are showering) is a 1987 Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by V. Azhagappan. The film stars Vijayakanth, Nadhiya in lead roles with Rajeev, Senthil and Suresh in supporting roles. The film's soundtrack was composed by R. D. Burman. The film had average grosser at the box office.

Poo Mazhai Pozhiyuthu
Directed byV. Azhagappan
Written byV. Azhagappan
Music byR. D. Burman
Sree Rajakali Amman Movies[2]
Release date
19 February 1987[1]


A man (Rajeev) settled in Singapore, visits his native village. His aunt tries to fortify family bonds, and seeks the hand of Rajeev's younger sister (Nadhiya) for her son (Vijayakanth). Rajeev sniggers at the suggestion and is nasty while pointing out how out-of-place it is. Vijayakanth vows to marry Nadhiya. Rajeev vows to see that such a thing never happens.

In Singapore, responding to Vijayakanth's overtures, Nadhiya first tries to knock him dead with her Datsun, and then tries to drown him with her motorboat daredevilry, but ultimately undergoes a change of heart and is eating out of his hands. But misunderstandings again cloud the relationship, and when it is cleared Rajeev is again at his insidious tricks invidiously playing up another suitor (Suresh).



The film was primarily shot at Singapore and Japan.[3]


Soundtrack was composed by R. D. Burman. The Background Score was done by Shyam @ Samuel Joseph.[4]

  • "Hey Poongodi" – S. P. Balasubramaniam
  • "Nadiya Nadiya" – SPB, K. S. Chithra
  • "Emama" – SPB, Chithra
  • "Ellarum Paithiyam" – Chithra
  • "My Name is Aasha" – SPB, Chithra


N. Krishnaswamy of The Indian Express in his review dated 20 February 1987 called it "pretty run-of-the-mill stuff", however he praised the music, locations and cinematography.[3]


  1. ^ "பூ மழை பொழியுது". Vellithirai.com. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  2. ^ "List of Tamil Films Released In 1987-Producers". Lakshmi Sruthi. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Krishnaswamy, N. (20 February 1987). "Love again". The Indian Express. p. 14.
  4. ^ "Poo Mazai Pozhiyuthu (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". Apple Music. Retrieved 3 April 2019.