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Maranthean Meimaranthean - Review

Published: Monday, October 30, 2006, 16:48 [IST]

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Monday, October 30, 2006

Debutant director Sivaraman has conveyed the story without any slips in the narration. He has rightly made use of the newcomers' talents. With Yoga flexing his muscles, Maranthean Meimaranthean is certainly a film for the masses. After a relatively sedate start, the movie takes the top gear towards the interval.

Yoga works hard to become a military officer. His father dies suddenly, in a matter of days. After the death of his father, he decides to stay at his uncle's house abiding by the wish of his uncle. All of them try to persuade him to marry his uncle's daughter. He escapes from them and comes to Chennai.

There he works as a gas delivery man. There he picks up a quarrel with the owner and runs away from there by their car. On his way to his friend's house at Vishakkapatnam, he finds the gas company owner's sister Renu inside that car. Renu falls in love with him. Meanwhile, his uncle and the gas company owner's henchmen start a search for him. The director has given an unexpected and different climax.

Yoga has given his best performance both in dance and stunts. Poornitha, who made her debut as child artist by the name Kalyani, has been introduced as a heroine through this movie. Both of them have lived up to their characters.

Dhina's music makes the audience tap their feet.

Maranthean Meimaranthean - A New Concept.

Cast- Yoga, Poornitha, R. Sundar Rajan, Dharika.
Banner - Footsteps Productions
Producer - Sundravalli
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues, Director - Sivaraman
Arts- Shree
Cinematographer- Suyambu
Lyrics- Kalaikumar
Choreography - Sambathraj, Balaji
Music director - Dhina
PRO - Govindaraj
Date of Release - 21st October, 2006

Topics: maranthean meimaranthean, yoga, purnitha
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