Sigamani Ramamani (Tamil: சிஹாமணி ரமாமணி) is a 2001 Indian Tamil film, directed by Visu. The film stars S. V. Shekhar, Urvashi, Manorama and Srividya in lead roles. The film had musical score by Chandrabose.
|Produced by||Raj Co|
|Starring||S. V. Shekhar|
|Cinematography||D. Baby Philips|
|Distributed by||Raj Co|
- S. V. Shekhar as Sigamani
- Urvashi as Ramamani
- Manorama as Sigamani's sister
- Visu as Sundaramoorthy
- Shanmuga Sundari
- Crazy Mohan as Sigamani's brother-in-law
- R. Sundarrajan as Sigamani's father
- Kumarimuthu as Watchman
- Nithya Ravindran as Sundaramoorthy's wife
- Golden Suresh
- Venniradai Moorthy
- Anumohan as compounder
- Sembuli Jegan
- Sethu Vinayagam
- D. S. Balagan
- 'Meesai' Radhakrishnan
- 'Gopalapuram' Vasu
- M. R. Sulokshana
- Vairam Rani
- Devi Krupa
|2||Yethaniyo Nadagangal||Unni Krishnan||Muthulingam||04.38|
|3||Uyir Paravai||Nithyasree Mahadevan||Pirai Sudan||04.46|
|4||O Nadha||Harini, Chandrabose||08.41|
|5||Aambalaikku||Seerkazhi Sivachidambaram, Palakkad Sriram|
The Hindu wrote "this kind of a film and its contents could appeal to the average male in Tamil Nadu who in all probability goes through the tugs and pulls of a family that may consist of aged parents, wife and siblings and their families. Yet the crudity with which it is expressed with no pretension of niceties or subtleties is what sets it apart from a well-done product". Chennai Online wrote "This may not be as good as the actor-director's earlier films, but the message does come through, and some of the lines and situations are quite humorous."
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