Nattukku Oru Nallavan

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Nattukku Oru Nallavan
Directed by V. Ravichandran
Produced by N. Veerasami
Written by V. Ravichandran
R. P. Viswam (dialogues)
Starring Rajinikanth
Anant Nag
Juhi Chawla
V. Ravichandran
Music by Hamsalekha
Cinematography R. Madhusudanan
Edited by K. Balu
Sri Eswari Productions
Distributed by Sri Eswari Productions
Release dates
2 October 1991
Country India
Language Tamil

Nattukku Oru Nallavan is a Tamil,Kannada and Telugu film which has story, screenplay, dialogues and direction by V. Ravichandran. The film was simultaneously released in Kannada and Telugu under the Shanti Kranti title in 1991. Akkineni Nagarjuna was the lead in Telugu version while Rajinikanth was in the lead in Tamil version. Incidentally, all the versions failed at the box-office and Ravichandran incurred huge losses. The music was composed by Hamsalekha The film also starring Juhi Chawla, Kushboo and Manorama among others was released in 1991.


Nattukku Oru Nallavan is the story of an honest police officer (Rajinikanth) and his fight against a dreaded criminal named Daddy (Anant Nag) who indulges in organ transplant mafia.



V. Ravichandran announced that Shanti Kranti will be a expensive project in his career. He decided to direct in three languages - Kannada, Tamil, Telugu. Tamil version was titled Naattukku Oru Nallavan. Ravichandran played the lead role in Kannada version, he played Ramesh Aravind's character in Tamil and Telugu versions. Rajinikanth and Nagarjuna were the lead actors in Tamil and Telugu versions. Rajini had to forcibly agree to the film due to the relationship he had with producer Veerasamy.[1]


All the three versions of the film became a failure in box office but Rajini was apperciated by the film fraternity instead of his busy schedule he agreed to act for the good relationship he had with Veeraswami.


Singers: SPB, S. Janaki
Lyrics: Vairamuthu, Muthulingham

  • Chinna Kannama
  • Hello Rajinimama
  • Nallavan Nallavan
  • One Two Three
  • Ore Moochu
  • Thendrale
  • Veedukatti


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