Unbelievable writer Kannadasan had predicted the heritage of MG Ramachandran before any other person. He had composed a melody about it for the 1960 film En Kadamai. The evergreen melody goes in this manner: Moondrezhuthil En Moochchirukkum, Adhu Mudindha Pinaalum Pechchirukkum, Ullam Endroru Ooirukkum, Andha Oorukkul Enakkoru Per Irukkum. The outline of these lines is: the saint pronounces that his heritage will live on in three letters path past his characteristic life on the earth. What’s more, that three letters are M.G.R, which is inescapable in film and governmental issues to date.
MGR is one of the most compelling characters of the twentieth century in the nation. In motion pictures, he was anticipated as an alluring man who was prepared to bite the dust in the administration of poor people. Also, that overwhelming onscreen hero persona that he developed through the handpicked jobs later prepared for his accomplishment in governmental issues. Not at all like the saints of today, he was not effectively found in people in general. He was famously popular for keeping away from the press and stonewalling select meetings. That training proceeded much after he assumed control over the workplace of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. He made a religion with tricky strategies that never uncovered the man behind the legend. He apparently put forth an admirable attempt to ensure his picture which fortified the very establishments of his film and political realm.
MGR was a secretive man. Maybe, that was the principle motivation behind why there were very few producers who were happy to investigate his life and times for big screen excitement. Individuals dislike to see MGR in the crystal of an insignificant human. It accompanied an extensive danger of drawing the rage of a great many his fans. Also, that is the reason chief Mani Ratnam’s Iruvar is and will be one of the most noteworthy occasions on Indian celluloid. Since the 1997 film attempted to adapt the demi-lord of Tamil Nadu.