Meesai Madhavan

Meesai Madhavan is a 2004 Indian Tamil-language film written and directed by S. Ramu. The film stars debutant Ramana, Kutty Radhika of Iyarkai fame, Ilavarasu and S. V. Thangaraj. The film is produced by S. V. Thangaraj of Uvasree creations, which earlier produced Sundara Travels (2002). The film was a remake of the Malayalam film Kabooliwala.


The story begins in Kerala. Vignesh is the a three-year-old son of a doctor (Rajeev). He has two elder sisters. On Vignesh's fourth birthday, his father was late for the celebration but gives Vignesh a trumpet, which he likes very much. The same night while they were celebrating, Kabuliwala (Manivannan) comes with a child who was suffering from fever to the doctor. The doctor does not treat the child and ask him to take the child to hospital. A call comes at midnight, saying that Kabooli's son is serious. The doctor rushes to the hospital and takes his son with him. Vignesh is very much attached to the music played by Kabuliwala. Kabuliwala's son Madhavan dies in the hospital, and Kabuliwala runs away from the hospital with Vignesh.