Magamuni Movie Review:


Magamuni directed by Santhakumar, production of the flick was K. E. Gnanavel Raja. The title “Magamuni” kicks at the climax, which the couple of guy’s life has completely moved in the most arduous scenarios due to their orphan circumstances leads in miserable lifestyle. At a point, Maga molds him as a great saint. Arya comes in the dual roles that can recognize only when the film followed towards the situations.

The film travels with Maga’s difficult life situations, both husband and wife Viji struggle for a normal life with their child parallel Muniraj leads a simple life with his adopted mother and for their survival Muni does the organic farming. Opening sequel, basically Maga is a taxi driver unfortunately a politician Muthuraj takes Maga supports for his personal revenges. In a situation, Maga plan to kidnap Muthuraj’s foes. But, Muthuraj plays in Maga’s life by cheating on money issues.

In the parallel, Muniraj who is a bachelor man, he teaches downtrodden students and precedes a normal life. A journalist Deepa (Mahima Nambiar) who doesn’t like her father Jayaprakash and Deepa acclaimed the activities of Muni, by seeing their behaviors Jayaprakash suspect them and gives disturbance to them. With this effectual screenplay the explicit the twin brother lifestyle.

Maga and Muni eccentrics Arya played the rattling action on each frame. The actress Indhuja’s performances are upgrading in her upcoming movies and Mahima Nambiar appearance made sparkling towards the audience. The other artists Deepa, Ilavarasu, Jayaprakash and GM Sundar done their job by the resplendent way, the background music of Thaman’s gives a great support for the film.


Arya * Maga and Muni

Indhuja Ravichandran

Mahima Nambiar

Kaali Venkat



Deepa Shankar


Directed by – Santhakumar

Produced by – K. E. Gnanavel Raja

Written by – Santhakumar

Story by – Santhakumar

Music by – S. Thaman

Cinematography – Arun Bathmanaban

Edited by – V. J. Sabu Joseph