movie song lyrics


Chandran, Anandhi, Harish Uthaman, M. S. Bhaskar, Chinni Jayanth


M. Anbazhagan



Release Date

Fri, 14th Jul 2017

Rubaai tamil Movie Song Lyrics

Rank Movie Lyrics Views
1 Rubaai Paathukkuren 80
2 Rubaai Asathuthe 72
3 Rubaai Unkooda Pesathaane 63
4 Rubaai Dukkum Dukkum 58


A criminal goes after four thieves when they steal his loot.

Bharani (Kayal Chandran) and Babu (Kishore Ravichandran) hail from Theni and are co-owners of a truck, which is on the verge of being confiscated by the financier. After offloading at Koyambedu on a trip the duo trying to make some extra cash agree to shift the house of Kungumarajan (Chinni Jayanth) unaware that he is a fraudster who has no intention of paying them. However Bharani falls for Kungumarajan’s daughter Ponni (Kayal Anandhi) instantly and much to his delight the house that they were supposed to move in is denied to them and the boys are stuck with the load. In the meantime Mani Sharma (Harish Uttaman) robs a bank and at a police check post, loads his bag full of money into the truck. Kungumarajan suffers a heart attack when they discover the loot and thereafter the foursome start using the money while the psychotic robber is hot on their heels. What happens next forms the rest of the screenplay.

Kayal Chandran probably accepted the role because it is the production of his mentor Prabhu Solomon, as there is nothing for him to do except almost ogle at Anandhi most of the times or spread his hands wide and shake his legs during the song bits. Throughout the film he does not get a chance to score anywhere for no fault of his. Kayal Anandhi fits the role of the lower middle class Ponni to the T but just like her debut costar is not given any opportunity to make a big impact. Chinni Jayanth back on screen after a long time has grabbed the meaty role with both hands and has given an impeccable performance as the fraudulent Kungumarajan and is also good when he gets a chance to be decent for a while. The co-producer Kishore Ravichandran as the earnest friend Babu makes a good debut and is flawless. Harish Uttaman is convincing as the ruthless robber who kills indiscriminately. Special mention is due to the actor who portrays the role of the collection agent who unwittingly becomes the villain’s aide and meets a sad end. R.N.R. Manohar and Marimuthu as the cops are tidy as usual