two power hits to his latest credit, Siva Manasula
Sakthi and Boss Engira Baskaran adorns a vital role.
Karu Palaniappan is known for his successful releases
like Parthiban Kanavu, Sivappathigaram and Pirivom
Santhippom that stand a class apart from the general
trend of Tamil cinema with a fine touch of dexterity
and expertise well evident in every scene. The director
has touched the delicate emotions like love, joy,
contempt that give frequent mood swings. His deftness
in handling these emotions brushes through the storyline
that very beautifully twines human relationships.
Love being the prime emotion in life is very much
there in every individual but reflects itself in differing
angles in each one’s life.
The hero is a person who lives in a world of his own.
The hero conceptualizes life in a different perspective.
He has no belief in love and remains absolutely unaffected
by it. Heroine Meenakshi plays the tough character
trying to change the adamant hero deep rooted in his
beliefs against love. Director Nakulan Ponnuswamy
plays a role too. Sun TV’s ‘Deal or No
Deal’ anchor Rishi plays a supportive role in
The film’s music by Vidyasagar has feet tapping
to all the numbers. It has become a trend that Vidyasagar’s
music never goes unnoticed anytime, so has it been
here too. The lyrics as always find an important place
in this movie too as in all other films directed by
Karu Palaniappan. Of course Vidyasagar’s stress
on the lyrics is a known fact. The songs have been
penned by lyricists Arivumathi, Yugabharati and Viveka
to the musical compositions of Vidyasagar.
Cinematography has been handled by Ramnath Shetty,
Art by Rajeevan and editing by Raja Muhamathu. The
movie is produced by Karthik Nagarajan under the banner
of Indra pictures.
With Nagaram and Magizhchi releasing on the same day,
we hope Mandira Punnagai will weave its magic and
bring smiles on our faces.