V. K. Ramasamy
|Edited by||V. Rajagopal|
|Distributed by||PMV Productions|
|Release date(s)||27 December 1985|
Aan Paavam is a 1985 Tamil comedy film directed by Pandiarajan. It was the second movie directed by Pandiarajan and was his debut as actor. This blockbuster movie of 1985 turned as the best comedy movie in the career of actor-director Pandiarajan. The film was remade into Telugu as Naku Pellam Kavali (1987) starring Chandra Mohan and Rajendra Prasad.
The film was remade in Kannada as Ramakrishna with Ravichandran and Jaggesh.
Pandian and Pandiarajan are two notorious sons of the village cinema owner V. K. Ramasamy. Pandian goes to a neighbouring village to see a girl as arranged by his father towards his marriage and ends up in the wrong house. Cinematically, those in the wrong house were also expecting a lad to see their daughter on the same-time and the same-day. Contrary to real time arranged marriages pandian goes to see the girl totally un-aided by parents, relatives & friends. Nevertheless, he takes a liking to the girl, Seetha and decides to marry her. Seetha likes the lad and decides to accept the proposal. Meanwhile, Seetha's marriage broker shows up and clarifies that Pandian was supposed to have gone to see some other girl but ended up in the wrong house. Hearing this, Pandian, Seetha as well as Seetha's parents seem disappointed. While Pandian's father fixes dates for Pandian's marriage to the girl originally chosen for him - Revathi, a school teacher's daughter. Pandian's adamance to marry Seetha causes a strange turn of events. Pandiyarajan, the younger brother, finally marries Revathi while Pandian ties the knot with this love Seetha.
- Pandiarajan as Chinna Pandi
- Pandiyan as Periya Pandi
- V. K. Ramasamy
- Kollangudi Karuppayee
Music and songs
|1||Enna Pada||S. Janaki||Vaali||04:18|
|4||Kuyile Kuyile Poonguyile||Malaysia Vasudevan, K. S. Chithra||04:22|
|5||Otti Vandha Singa Kutty||Kollangudi Karupayi||Kuruvikkarambai Shanmugam||05:33|
- "Aan Paavam Songs". raaga. Retrieved 2013-12-21.
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