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Country  India
Director  Bharathi
Language  Tamil
Maru Malarchi movie scenes Marumalarchi Super Sentiment
Release date  14 January 1998

Marumalarchi movie climax


Maru Malarchi (English : revival), also spelled as Marumalarchi, is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Marumalarchi Bharathi. The film features Mammootty, Devayani, Ranjith and Mansoor Ali Khan in lead roles, with Manorama, Kalabhavan Mani, R. Sundarrajan, Major Sundararajan, Vivek and Pandu playing supporting roles. The film, produced by Bharathi Kannamma fame Henry, had musical score by S. A. Rajkumar and was released on 14 January 1998.

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The film was remade in Telugu as Suryudu with Rajasekhar and Soundarya, in Kannada as Soorappa with Vishnuvardhan and Shruti, and in Hindi as Phool Aur Aag with Mithun Chakraborty.

Plot

Rasu Padayachi (Mammootty) is the chief of his village Gunavasal, he is a kind-hearted person who is highly respected by the villagers, he is so respected that the people even erect his statue in the village. Rasu Padayachi has dedicated his life for the welfare of the village people. When the Muslim peoples of the surrounding villages wanted to buy one of his land to build a Mosque there, Rasu Padayachi refuses their money and he gives them his land for free.

In the village Sundarapuram, Manimaran (Ranjith) is a respected village chief who lives with his parents (M. N. Rajam and K. K. Soundar). Manimaran and his cousin Mannaru (Mansoor Ali Khan) are known for being short-tempered persons.

Rasu Padayachi is invited to open a rice shop in a remote village. After the ceremony, Rasu Padayachi and his car driver Velu are on their way home to their village Gunavasal. Rasu Padayachi then stops the car in order to buy some fruits in Sundarapuram's market. In his village, nobody would not take money for his shopping which makes him uncomfortable so he prefers to do shopping in surrounding villages. At the market, Rasu Padayachi pulls the village belle Jayanthi's (Devayani) hand to save her from an approaching snake. Unfortunately, only Velu and Rasu Padayachi seem to have noticed the snake. Jayanthi makes a big fuss of the event by assuming Rasu Padayachi to be a rogue. Manimaran and Mannaru beat him up in public without taking notice of his defence.

The land broker and family friend Shanmugasundaram (Shanmugasundaram) sees the injured Rasu Padayachi in that village, Rasu Padayachi says it was just a misunderstanding. The angry Shanmugasundaram goes to that market and he makes the villagers understand that they have done a huge mistake, he warns that this incident may lead to serious consequences if Gunavasal's villagers comes to know the truth. Manimaran and Mannaru realize their mistake and regret the incident. In the meantime, Rasu Padayachi warns his driver not to talk about the humiliating incident to anyone and pretends the injuries were due to an accident.

Once back home, the man of honour Rasu Padayachi lies to the villagers that he had a car accident. Velu, who was frustrated and angry of the incident, finally disclose the matter to the villagers that same night. Meanwhile, as per his father's advice, Manimaran goes on horseback to Gunavasal on the very night to seek an apology. When he discloses the incident to Rasu Padayachi's mother, she beats him but Rasu Padayachi stops her. Manimaran falls at Rasu Padayachi's feet and begs for apology, the kind Rasu Padayachi forgives him and Manimaran returns to its village.

Gunavasal's villagers get angry after knowing the incident and they all go to Sundarapuram with Aruvals (Billhooks) without warning Rasu Padayachi. They create a mess in Sundarapuram, and set fire on their houses. The riot causes the death of many villagers including Manimaran's parents and Jayanthi's mother.

The next morning, Manimaran finally comes to his village, he notes the damage and deaths. The district collector and the police arrive at Rasu Padayachi's village to say him to be safe, and that they will handle the issue between the two villages. Rasu Padayachi gets furious with his driver and his village people when he comes to know about the previous night's riot. Manimaran feels betrayed by Rasu Padayachi and he sees the destruction of Sundarapuram as Rasu Padayachi's cunning plan, Manimaran then destroys Rasu Padayachi's statue in front of Gunavasal's villagers.

The trio Jayanthi, Manimaran and Mannaru vow to take revenge on Rasu Padayachi in a similarly cunning fashion. Later, Rasu Padayachi wants to help financially the victims but they refuse his money. Rasu Padayachi offers to marry Jayanthi, as she has nobody left in her life to live with but she sees this as an opportunity to destroy Rasu Padayachi. Both Manimaran and Mannaru are also convinced so.

After the marriage, Jayanthi comes to know Rasu Padayachi's true nature : a golden hearted man and she becomes a good wife. On the other hand, Manimaran and Mannaru still want to seek revenge on Rasu Padayachi. What transpires next forms the rest of the story.

Production

The producers of the film initially approached Vijayakanth to portray the lead role, but his busy schedules meant that Mammootty was selected.

Awards

The film has won the following awards since its release :

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards 1998

  • Best Film Award (2nd Place)
  • Best Villain — Ranjith
  • Best Dialogue Writer — Bharathi
  • Soundtrack

    The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer S. A. Rajkumar. The soundtrack, released in 1998, features 7 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali and V.C. Vijayshankar.

    References

    Maru Malarchi Wikipedia


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