Meyaadha Maan
2D

Meyaadha Maan

Tamil
ComedyMusicalRomance
18 Oct, 2017
2 hrs 27 mins
73%
4,925 votes
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Meyaadha Maan is a hilarious romantic musical that follows the lives of Idhayam Murali, a happy-go-lucky light music singer, and his longtime one-sided love for S. Madhumitha. The film celebrates love, friendship, and family, featuring chartbuster songs by Santhosh Narayanan and Pradeep Kumar.
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A youngster who loves a girl tries to commit suicide and to dissuade him, his friend reaches out to the girl, setting in motion events that unexpectedly turn out to be life changing. ...Read full review
For his maiden film, Rathna Kumar has gone with an ubiquitous route, taking up a romantic - comedy subject that deals with a local boy who falls in love with a girl belonging to a well-groomed family. Aside from love, Meyaadha Maan also deals with brother-sister bonding and friendship. ...Read full review
Meyaadha Maan characters speak a language of raw, imperfect honesty that is endearing. We have our Idhayam Murali (Vaibhav Reddy) who is a stage performer. ...Read full review
The tongue-in-cheek humour, genuinely relatable characters, and the unconventional treatment of romance within the confines of a mainstream film make Meyaadha Maan an entertaining drama. ...Read full review
Meyaadha Maan begins with a Shakespearean quote that all men and women are `merely` players. In some ways, the screenplay`s structure is written in such a way that Meyaadha Maan is primarily about Murali (Vaibhav), who runs a wedding music band called `Meyaadha Maan`, and his college mate S Madhumitha (Priya Bhavani Shankar, who`s very beautiful). ...Read full review
Meyaadha Maan calls itself a musical, and fair enough considering that its music is what elevates it from being your regular romance. Even something as small as the ringtone of the lead character, Idhayam Murali (Vaibhav in quite possibly his breakout role) Sangeetha Megam adds flavour. ...Read full review
How does love happen? This process - part-chemical, part-emotional - is easier to write about in a novel (he felt this, she felt that) than show in the movies, especially if you dont want to resort to spoon-feeding dialogue. It becomes trickier - as in the case of Rathna Kumars Meyaadha Maan (The Deer That Does Not Graze) - when theres a clear class (and also caste) divide. ...Read full review

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