Madura Veeran
2D

Madura Veeran

Tamil
ActionDrama
02 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 01 mins
67%
507 votes
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After 20 years away from home, Durai returns to his village from Malaysia on the pretext of getting married. His real intention, however, is to fulfill his father's dream of reinstating the traditional jallikattu festival. But with a host of unresolved issues and hostile forces at play, can Durai prevail?
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First things first, this is probably the only jallikattu-based film in which the hero doesn`t play the sport. Yes, neither does he challenge the antagonists to a match nor does he jump into the arena to tame the bull! Durai (Shanmuga Pandian) is a 20-something youngster, who, along with his mother, returns to his village after two decades. ...Read full review
The combo of actor Shanmuga Pandian and director PG Muthiah strikes with a rural-based action entertainer with Maduraveeran that talks about a village, unity amongst its people, and Jallikattu in length. For a film like this revolving around an emotion, which moved our audiences in the past, a good plot backed up with neat performances is elementary to make the very emotions come across as a natural. ...Read full review
When Madura Veeran was announced sometime last year, it felt like the makers were going to cash in on the Jalikattu protest that rocked Tamil Nadu. Thankfully, the film doesnt piggyback on the Jallikattu protest, but instead chooses to narrate a story that uses the Jallikattu backdrop and pays decent tribute to Tamil pride. ...Read full review
After a not so flattering start to his career, Shanmughapandian has made a comeback, one should say with this rural flavored saga of revenge which has Jallikattu as its core theme. Whether all sections of the audiences would embrace this passable attempt remains to be seen. ...Read full review
Given all the rural films weve made over the years, youd think itd be hard to think of something new in the genre. But PG Muthiah`s Maduraveeran cant be so easily dismissed. It has all the typical moments you would expect from such a film, and yet, it also manages to pull away from the trappings of the genre. ...Read full review
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