Podhuvaga En Manasu Thangam
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Podhuvaga En Manasu Thangam

Tamil
ActionComedyDrama
11 Aug, 2017
2 hrs 18 mins
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Podhuvaga En Manasu Thangam is a Tamil movie starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Nivetha Pethuraj in prominent roles. The cast also includes R Mayilsamy and R Parthiban. It is an action comedy directed by Thalapathy Prabhu.

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The hero and his friend in Podhuvaga Emmanasu Thangam are, like many other recent village-set films, uneducated, jobless young men, who are a terror to their village folk. The only difference is that the hero, Ganesan (Udhayanidhi) has an aim to make his village, Koothapaadi, get the basic facilities that it lacks. To achieve this, he begins to woo Leelavathy (Nivetha Pethuraj, who manages to hold her ground even though role is underwritten), the daughter of Oothukaattaan (Parthiban), a rich man from the neighbouring village, Aalampaadi. ...Read full review
Udhayanidhi Stalin has come a long way since his OKOK days, his maturity in choosing scripts and acting scaled up from Manithan; Pothuvaga Enmanasu Thangam is the actor experimenting himself in a village centric movie. Ponrams assistant Thalapathy Prabhu makes his debut with the blessings of his guru and brings aboard the signature effect of Ponrams touch all over PEMT. While Udhays boy next door image looks very natural, Parthipen and Soori take a meaty share of the films humor as they continue to tickle the funny bone with their one liners ...Read full review
After a series of rural comedy entertainers, here is yet another film, Podhuvaaga Emmanasu Thangam, with Udhayanidhi Stalin, Nivetha Pethuraj, Soori, and others. PEMT deals with the lives of the people living in two neighbouring villages, their problems, religious beliefs, and more. The film`s plot is very very thin and is something which we`ve experienced visually through many other films. ...Read full review

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