|Directed by||P. Vasu|
|Written by||P. Vasu|
|Produced by||Shanthi Vasudevan|
|Edited by||P. Mohanraj|
|Music by||S. A. Rajkumar|
Malabar Police is a 1999 Indian Tamil-language crime comedy film directed by P. Vasu. The film stars Sathyaraj, Khushbu, Abbas and Mumtaj. It was released on 6 August 1999,  and turned out to be one of the most successful Tamil films of the year. 
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Raja and Julie are lovers and they plan to elope to get married. On the way, they witness the murder of a minister; The murderer Varadappan tries to kill Raja and Julie too as they witnessed the murder; however, they escape and reache Chennai. Chinnasamy is a CBI officer who is appointed to investigate the murder of the minister. He comes to Chennai in search of Raja and Julie, knowing them to the only witnesses for the murder. Meanwhile, Nagarajan and Sivashankar are leading businessmen in Chennai but are business rivals. Chinnasamy sets his eyes on Nagarajan, a close aid of Varadarajan, doubting him to be the murderer of Varadarajan when he is killed in a blast after his arrest. Sivashankar joins hands with Chinnasamy and helps him gather evidence against Nagarajan due to his business rivalry. Meanwhile, Raja and Julie accidentally get separated, and they keep searching for each other. Chinnasamy spots Julie and employs her as a maid in his home. Finally, Chinnasamy solves the case and finds that Sivashankar is the actual murderer. Chinnasamy pretended to doubt Nagarajan, which made him close to Sivashakar, helping him gather evidences. It is revealed that Sivashankar used Varadarajan as a spy employed with Nagarajan to know his business secrets and he was the real murderer. In the end, Raja and Julie are united with the help of Chinnasamy.
The music was composed by S. A. Rajkumar.  The song "Hollywood Mudhal" is the debut song of lyricist Na. Muthukumar. 
|1.||"En Kannadi Thoppukkulle"||Arivumathi||Hariharan, K. S. Chithra||4:45|
|2.||"En Kannadi Pesavillai"||Arivumathi||P. Unnikrishnan, Sujatha Mohan||4:33|
|3.||"Hollywood Mudhal"||Na. Muthukumar||Gopal Rao||4:07|
|4.||"Palakaattu Ponnu"||Kalaikumar||K. S. Chithra, Sathyaraj||4:44|
|5.||"Sona Sona"||Kalaikumar||S. A. Rajkumar, Mano||4:09|
Kalki wrote that viewers could enjoy the last 10 minutes if they could endure old fashioned sentiments and lengthy dialogues.  Indolink wrote, "What could have turned out to be a taut crime procedural suffers from some unimaginative screenplay and direction by Vasu". 
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