Enakkoru Magan Pirappan

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Enakkoru Magan Pirappan
Enakkoru Magan Pirappan DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byKeyaar
Produced byV. Natarajan
Written byN. Prasanna Kumar (dialogues)
Screenplay byKeyaar
Story byRajasenan
Starring
Music byKarthik Raja
CinematographyB. Lokeshwara Rao
Edited byR. T. Annadurai
Production
company
Pyramid Films International
Distributed byPyramid Films International
Release date
15 August 1996
Running time
150 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Enakkoru Magan Pirappan is a 1996 Tamil comedy film directed by Keyaar. The film features Ramki, Kushboo, Vivek, Anju Aravind and Vadivukkarasi in lead roles. The film, produced by V. Natarajan, had musical score by Karthik Raja and was released on 15 August 1996. The film is a remake of Malayalam film Aadyathe Kanmani.[1]

Plot[edit]

Ranganayaki (Vadivukkarasi), a rich women, has three sons : Gopi (Pandu), Madhu (Chinni Jayanth) and Balu (Ramki). Ranganayaki wants absolutely a grandson and she will pass on her whole inheritance to her son who has a male child. The elder sons have only daughters and Balu is still a bachelor.

Balu is a singer in the marriage functions and he falls in love with Swathi (Kushboo), a girl from a middle-class family. He gets married to her and Swathi becomes pregnant. Balu's best friend, Raja (Vivek), an honest journalist, is married to Shanthi (Anju Aravind) and his wife is also pregnant. Swathi and Shanthi deliver the same day. Balu has a daughter although Raja has a son.

In the meantime, Ranganayaki has a severe heart attack and the doctor says to not reveal shock news. In the hospital, a misunderstanding happens and Balu's father shows Raja's son to Ranganayaki in a serious condition. Ranganayaki is immediately recovered. Balu maintains the lie to save his mother's life. What transpires next forms the rest of the story.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Anju Aravind had signed on to portray a role in the film, anticipating that she would be paired opposite actor Ramesh Aravind. However, the actor later pulled out and was replaced by comedian Vivek.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

Enakkoru Magan Pirappan
Soundtrack album by
Released1996
Recorded1996
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length22:48
ProducerKarthik Raja

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Karthik Raja. The soundtrack, released in 1996, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by Arunmozhi and Ilandevan.[3][4]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration
1 'Aathu Mettulae' P. Unni Krishnan 3:28
2 'En Raasi' (solo) Sunandha 2:02
3 'En Raasi' (duet) Sujatha Mohan, P. Unni Krishnan 3:06
4 'Chum Chum' Bhavatharini 4:50
5 'Enthan Manam' Bhavatharini, Karthik Raja 4:54
6 'Poocharamai' Jayachandran, Mano 4:28

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Filmography of enakkoru magan pirappan". cinesouth.com. Retrieved 1 June 2012.
  2. ^ https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.tamil/J68fuQkdCtw
  3. ^ "MusicIndiaOnline - Enakoru Magan Pirappaan(1996) Soundtrack". musicindiaonline.co. Retrieved 1 June 2012.
  4. ^ "Enakkoru Magan Pirappan Songs". music.haihoi.com. Retrieved 1 June 2012.

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