Manmadhan Trailer

Manmadhan Trailer (2004)

11 November 2004 Thriller 160 mins

Manmadhan movie revoles around Two brothers look a same (Silambarasan) who is the younger one is a play boy who enjoys his leisure time partying with girls, while the older Simbu is a calm type. But he has another face. A psychotic.Problems starts when the girls, who parties with the younger Simbu are murdered one by one.Meanwhile a lady doctor, Mandhira Bedi has been called to treat the older Simbu who has a mental disorder. She founds out that he is the killer whom the police are looking for. This brings the twist in the story. Why he is the killing...

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Cast

Silambarasan

as Madhan Kumar/ Madhanraj "Mottai Madhan"/ Manmadhan

Jyothika

as Mythili

Sindhu Tolani

as Vaishnavi

Goundamani

as "Puncture" Pandian

Mandira Bedi

as Psychiatrist

International Releases Dates

India 11 November 2004

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