Sigamani Ramamani

Sigamani Ramamani (Tamil: சிஹாமணி ரமாமணி) is a 2001 Indian Tamil-language comedy drama film, directed by Visu. The film stars S. V. Shekhar, Urvashi, Manorama and Srividya in lead roles. The film had musical score by Chandrabose.[1][2][3]

Sigamani Ramamani
Directed byVisu
Produced byM. Raajendran
Written byVisu
StarringS. V. Shekhar
Music byChandrabose
CinematographyD. Baby Philips
Edited byGanesh-Kumar
Distributed byRaj Television Network
Release date
  • 18 May 2001 (2001-05-18)


Sigamani, a middle-class man, leaves his home and family since he is fed up of various pressures that daunt him here. He meets a wealthy man who helps him turn around his personal life for the better.



The music was composed by Chandrabose.[4][5]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 "Thai Kulame" Chandrabose Kamakodiyan 04:52
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".[6] 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."[7]


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  5. ^ "Siga Mani Rama Mani songs". Jio Saavn. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  6. ^ "Sigamani Ramamani Review". The Hindu. 18 May 2001. Archived from the original on 24 January 2003. Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  7. ^ Mannath, Malini. "Sighamani Ramamani". Chennai Online. Archived from the original on 20 October 2002.