The Best Prabhu Ganesan Movies

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List of the best Prabhu Ganesan movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Prabhu Ganesan's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Prabhu Ganesan movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Prabhu Ganesan movies will be at the top of the list. Prabhu Ganesan has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Prabhu Ganesan movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Prabhu Ganesan films to end the squabble once and for all.

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Items here include everything from Shakti to Chinna Mapillai.

"This list answers the questions, "What are the best Prabhu Ganesan movies?" and "What are the greatest Prabhu Ganesan roles of all time?"

Prabhu has worked with many famous directors, including big names like K. Balachander and Manoj Kumar.

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  • Chandramukhi
    Rajinikanth, Nayantara, Nassar
    44 votes
    • Released: 2005
    • Directed by: P. Vasu
    Chandramukhi is a 2005 Indian Tamil comedy-horror film written and directed by P. Vasu, and was produced and distributed by Ramkumar Ganesan of Sivaji Productions. The film features Rajinikanth, Prabhu, Jyothika and Nayantara leading an ensemble cast that includes Vadivelu, Nassar, Sheela, Vijayakumar, Vinaya Prasad, Sonu Sood, Vineeth, Malavika and K. R. Vijaya. The film is a remake of Vasu's Kannada film Apthamitra, which itself is a remake of the Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu. The soundtrack album and background score were composed by Vidyasagar. Cinematography was handled by Sekhar V. Joseph and editing was done by Suresh Urs. Chandramukhi's plot revolves around a woman who suffers from dissociative identity disorder that affects a family, and a psychiatrist who intends to solve the case while risking his life. The film was made on a budget of 190 million. Principal photography began on 24 October 2004 and was completed in March 2005. It was released on 14 April 2005 on the eve of the Tamil New Year. The film received positive reviews and was a box office success, grossing 650-750 million worldwide.
  • Vetri Vizha
    Kamal Haasan, Prabhu, Khushboo
    41 votes
    • Released: 1987
    • Directed by: Pratap K. Pothen
    Vetri Vizha is a 1989 Tamil-language film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role. Prabhu, Amala, Sasikala and Kushboo played supporting roles. It was a blockbuster and completed 175-day run at the box office. It was the second Kamal film to beat the ten-year record of 5.4 crore set by Thirisoolam.
  • Arangetra Vaelai
    Revathi, Sukumari, Prabhu
    38 votes
    • Released: 1990
    • Directed by: Fazil
    Arangetra Velai is a 1990 Tamil Film starring Prabhu, Revathi, V.K.Ramasamy in lead characters. The film was directed by Fazil and produced by Aroma Mani. This film remake of Malayalam film Ramji Rao Speaking.
  • Ayan
    Tamannaah Bhatia, Prabhu, Karunas
    37 votes
    • Released: 2009
    • Directed by: K. V. Anand
    Ayan is a 2009 Tamil action film co-written and directed by K. V. Anand. The film, starring Suriya, Prabhu, Tamannaah and Akashdeep Saighal in lead roles, was produced by M. Saravanan and M. S. Guhan, distributed by Sun Pictures. The film score was composed by Harris Jayaraj, the soundtrack released on 19 January 2009. Edited by Anthony Gonsalvez, the film was filmed by M. S. Prabhu.The film was originally titled Boomathiya Regai, later rechristened to Ayan. The film's story revolves around Deva, a youngster whose mother wants him to become a government official. He, on the other hand, works for a smuggling group run by Arumuga Dass who has been his mentor and looking after him since childhood. Conflict occurs when Deva's arch rival, Kamalesh opposes and tries to eliminate Arumuga Dass from the smuggling business. Who wins in the conflict forms the climax of the story. The film was launched in Chennai, while filming also took place in various locations out of India, including Namibia, Malaysia, Zanzibar and South Africa. It released on 3 April 2009 worldwide to positive reviews.
  • My Dear Marthandan
    Kamal Haasan, Prabhu, Khushboo
    37 votes
    • Released: 1990
    • Directed by: Pratap K. Pothen
    My Dear Marthandan is a 1990 Tamil-language film starring Prabhu and Kushboo in the lead roles. The film was produced by Sivaji Productions and directed by Prathap K. Pothan. The movie was a remake of 1988 Hollywood movie Coming to America, starring Eddie Murphy. Actor Kamal Haasan did a guest role in the film.
  • Vasool Raja MBBS
    Kamal Haasan, Jayasurya, Prakash Raj
    36 votes
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Jacques Doillon, Saran
    Vasool Raja MBBS is a 2004 Tamil comedy film starring Kamal Haasan and directed by Saran. This film is a remake of Hindi film Munnabhai MBBS. It was the first Kamal film to beat the record set by Indian eight years earlier. The rest of the cast includes Prakash Raj, Prabhu, Sneha, Jayasurya, Nagesh, Malavika and Karunas. The film's music was composed by Bharadwaj.