Modhi Vilayadu

Modhi Vilayadu
Directed by Saran
Produced by Murali Manohar
Written by S.Ramakrishnan
Starring Vinay Rai
Kajal Aggarwal
Kalabhavan Mani
Cochin Haneefa
Music by Colonial Cousins
Cinematography A. D. Karun
Edited by V. T. Vijayan
Distributed by Mediaone Global Entertainment Ltd.
Gemini Industries & Imaging Private Ltd.
Release dates
  • 24 July 2009 (2009-07-24)
Country India
Language Tamil

Modhi Vilayadu (English: Play by clashing) is a Tamil language film released on 24 July 2009. It stars Vinay Rai and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles. This is the second time that Saran had worked without his usual music teammate Bharadwaj after Alli Arjuna in 2002. The film was rated with mixed reviews and fared poorly at the box office.

The film's plot involving heroine is based on the Korean movie 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant.


Rajan Vasudev (Kalabhavan Mani) is an intolerable tycoon who runs the OPM Group of companies spread across the globe. Udhay Vasudev (Vinay Rai) is his only son, a spoilt kid who drives a Ferrari and hangs out with his constant companions Madhan (Yuva) and Kadukku (N. Santhanam) along with a bodyguard (Alse Ram). Udhay meets Easwari (Kajal Aggarwal), a student, and in a funny turn of events, he makes her his maid-servant. Soon Madhan falls in love with Easwari, who has fallen for Udhay.

An assassin is hired by Rajan's rivals to knock off Udhay, the only heir to the business empire. But in a bizarre twist, the killer accidentally kills Madhan, and Rajan is heartbroken as we find that it was actually Madhan who was his real son, while Udhay was just a ‘Benami’. A heartbroken Rajan abandons Udhay, who is left in the streets overnight, as he is not needed any longer. The rest of the plot is how Udhay, with the help of Chanakya (Cochin Haneefa), turns the table on his foster dad and gets back his wealth.



The film has music of Hariharan - Lesle for the first time in Tamil.[2] The audio launch of this movie held on 28 April.[3]

Song title Singers Length (m:ss) Description
Modhi Vilayaadu Deva, Hariharan 4:37
Latcham Varthaigal Ranjani 3:08
Ottrai Vaarthayil Shaan 3:26
Vellaikaari Hariharan, Lesle Lewis & Achu 3:44
Sikki Mukki Surmukhi, Lesle Lewis 4:28
Paathi Kadhal Sunitha Sarathy, Bombay Jayashree 3:44


The film opened to mixed reviews with rating it highly while Behindwoods said "The game lacks excitement".[4][5]


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