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S.P. Muthuraman

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    PAAYUM PULI

    S.P. Muthuraman India, 1982

    Another gem from superstar Rajinikanth and his unique brand of masala movies, this Tamil martial-arts film is out-and-out entertaining. A revenge drama that is loosely inspired by The 36th Chamber of Shaolin and powered by catchy musical numbers from the reclusive master Ilaiyaraja.

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    THOONGATHEY TAMBI THOONGATHEY

    S.P. Muthuraman India, 1982

    Gardener Gopi falls in love with his employer, but she’s preoccupied with another man, Vinoth, who’s succumbed to a drug addiction under the influence of a crook intent on stealing his property.

    UYARNTHA ULLAM

    S.P. Muthuraman India, 1985

    Made to commemorate the 50th film by S. P. Muthuraman, Uyarntha Ullam certainly doesn’t want for energy. If you like your Tamil cinema to come with a healthy dose of kung fu action (courtesy of Kamal Haasan!), large-scale musical numbers and eye-poppingly vibrant ‘80s design, this one’s for you.

    RAJA CHINNA ROJA

    S.P. Muthuraman India, 1994

    Featuring Rajnikanth in a character inspired by Mary Poppins, this landmark 1980s drama was the first Indian film to use live-action animation. Bolstered by a great soundtrack and a perfectly crisp screenplay, the success story of a struggling actor makes for an utterly engrossing watch.

    POKKIRI RAJA

    S.P. Muthuraman India, 1980

    In this superhit masala from the power duo of S. P. Muthuraman and Rajinikanth, the latter thrills in a double role that screams swagger as well as hilarity. The luminous presence of Sridevi is especially appealing as her screwball chemistry with Rajinikanth softens the film’s masculine rowdyism.

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