| Panchu Arunachalam|
Prabhu, Goundamani, Chinni Jayanth, S S Chandran
Mappillai (1989 film), Dharma Durai, Thambikku Entha Ooru
Manamagale Vaa Wikipedia
Manamagale Vaa (English: Come Bride) is a 1988 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Panchu Arunachalam, starring Prabhu in the lead role. It was a blockbuster at the box office and remade in Telugu as Idem Pellam Baboi (1990) and in Kannada as Halli Rambhe Belli Bombe (1991).
Balu (Prabhu) is an eligible bachelor, looking for a wife. With a picture perfect woman in mind, he insults and rejects many women. Meanwhile, Chitra (Radhika) is looking for a way to reconcile her sister Geetha's marriage with her husband. Geetha has been sent to her parent's home for no fault of hers. Chitra figures that the most appropriate way to settle scores with her sister's in-laws is by marrying Balu, as Geetha is married to Balu's brother. She disguises herself as a village belle, Rajathi and enters Balu's life. After marriage, Balu is traumatised by her ignorance, but Rajathi (Chitra) falls in love with him. Meanwhile, Rajathi's suitor from the village hatches a plan to bring her back from her husband and marry her forcibly. Balu, on the other hand, decides to divorce Rajathi. Chitra decides to unveil her mask now, but will her plan succeed or boomerang.PrabhuRadhika SarathkumarGoundamaniChinni JayanthP. R. VaralakshmiV. K. RamasamyS. S. ChandranKanthimathiKovai SaralaVenniradai MoorthyOru Viral Krishna RaoIdichappuli SelvarajCharleOmakuchchi NarasimhanTypist GopuManorama
The music was composed by Ilaiyaraja while the lyrics for the songs were written by Panchu Arunachalam except the song "Tell Me" which was written by Vaali.Aavaram Poovai — P. SusheelaKannimanam — S. JanakiPonmaanai — Malaysia Vasudevan, ChithraThanniye — ChithraTell Me — Arunmozhi
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