Enkeyo Ketta Kural

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Enkeyo Ketta Kural
EnkeyoKettaKural.jpg
Vinyl LP Records
Directed by SP. Muthuraman
Produced by Meena Panju Arunachalam
Written by Panju Arunachalam
Starring
Music by Ilaiyaraaja
Cinematography Babu
Edited by R. Vittal
Production
company
P. A. Art Productions
Distributed by P. A. Art Productions
Release date
14 August 1982
Country India
Language Tamil

Enkeyo Ketta Kural (English: Heard this voice somewhere) is a 1982 Tamil drama film directed by S.P. Muthuraman.[1] The movie stars Rajinikanth in the lead role with Ambika and Radha playing his love interests and Meena as their daughter. The film was later remade into Telugu as Bava Maradallu in 1984 and Hindi as Suhaagan in 1986.

Plot[edit]

Kumaran(Rajinikanth), a hard working but easily aggrieved and very righteous man is in love with his first cousin Ponni(Ambika). Ponni works a very leisure and laidback job in a grand mansion. Ponni's younger sibling Kamatchi(Radha) is fond of Kumaran but he doesn't take her seriously. Vishwanathan(Delhi Ganesh), the father of Ponni and Kamatchi, plans to get Kumaran and Ponni married. Ponni reluctantly marries Kumaran. A daughter(Meena) is born after an year. Ponni starts to detest Kumaran because of her new found tasks. Later, her previous employer dies of old age. Ponni visits his son(who is also unhappily married) after the funeral. They both converse about their supposedly miserable lives and decide to elope. After Ponni runs away, her family disowns her and gets Kamatchi to marry Kumaran. The initially reluctant Kumaran is convinced by his father in law and marries Kamatchi. The pair bond overtime and live in contentment with the child. Ponni realizes her blunder after a few weeks. Disgusted with herself, she leaves the eloped partner remaining faithful to Kumaran by not engaging in any debauchery with her partner. He confers her a small house near the village where she spends the rest of her life. She meets her daughter but her sister despised with Ponni, orders the child not to meet her ever again. Kumaran comes to learn about her faithfulness and visits Ponni on her death bed. She dies by Kumaran's side after reminiscing about her life. Kumaran is warned by his father in law that he will be banished from the village if takes part in her funeral. Kumaran defies him and performs the last rites for Ponni along with their daughter and Kamatchi.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music composed by Ilaiyaraaja.[2]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 Aathoram Kaathaada Jency Panchu Arunachalam 04:27
2 Nee Paadum Paadal S. Janaki 04:13
3 Pattu Vanna Selaikaari Malaysia Vasudevan 04:18
4 Thaayum Naanai S. Janaki Vaali 04:25

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Engeyo Ketta Kural". cinesouth. Retrieved 2013-10-09. 
  2. ^ "Engeyo Ketta Kural Songs". raaga. Retrieved 2013-10-09. 

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