|Produced by||S. Maniyam
|Starring||M. G. Ramachandran
M. N. Nambiar
|Edited by||M. Umanath|
|Distributed by||Uthayam Productions|
|20 October 1972|
IDHAYA VEENAI (Tamil: இதய வீணை), is a 1972 Indian Tamil directed by R. Krishnan and S. Panju, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role Lakshmi, Manjula, Sivakumar, M. N. Nambiar, M. G. Chakrapani and among others.
Sivaraman denies his son. Soundharam makes the promise to his father, that one day, he will beg him to recognize him.
He lives at the moment in the Kashmir as tourist guide.
When he finds Nalini (Lakshmi), his younger sister, in the middle of a group of students, Soundharam decides to go back home, to make ample knowledge with her and help it.
|M. G. Ramachandran||as Sundharam|
|M. N. Nambiar||as Annamalai|
|M. G. Chakrapani||as Sivaraman|
|R. S. Manohar||as Karmaigham|
|Thengai Srinivasan||as K.Muthu|
|Poornam Viswanathan||as Kumarswamy, Vimala 's father|
|G. Sakunthala||as Mangalam, Sivaraman's wife|
|Master Sekhar||as Soundharam (child)|
|Master Prabhakar||as K.Muthu (child)|
The casting is established according to the original order of the credits of opening of the movie, except those not mentioned
Around the movie
MGR's brother M. G. Chakrapani acts as MGR's father in the movie. Sivakumar is second hero who marries MGR's sister Lakshmi and MGR's pair is Manjula. Some scenes were picturised in Kashmir including a song Kashmir Beautiful.
The story of this movie looks like another MGR movieEN ANNAN, 1970, managed by the even excellent duet of directors, Krishnan-Panju.
It was the second soundtrack composed by the other tandem Shankar-Ganesh for a movie of MGR.
The first one was NAAN YEN PIRANDHEN? on the same year.
This movie released just 4 days after MGR created his political party, Anna D.M.K. (ADMK)
|1||Aanandham Indru||T. M. Soundararajan, S. Janaki||Vaali||03:28|
|2||Kashmir Beautiful||T. M. Soundararajan||07:28|
|4||Oru Vaalum||T. M. Soundararajan||03:38|
|5||Pon Andhi||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela||Pulamaipithan||05:49|
|6||Thirunirai Selvi||T. M. Soundararajan||Vaali||04:14|
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