Kannamma

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Kannamma
Directed by S. S. Baba Vikram
Produced by S. S. Baba Vikram
Screenplay by M. Karunanidhi
Story by S. S. Baba Vikram
Starring Meena
Bose Venkat
Prem
Music by S. A. Rajkumar
Cinematography C. M. Muthu
Edited by Vikram Raja
Release date
  • 4 February 2005 (2005-02-04)
Country India
Language Tamil

Kannamma (Tamil: கண்ணம்மா) is a 2005 Tamil language film directed by S. S. Baba Vikram.

Plot[edit]

The story is that of a rich medical student, Kannamma - played by Meena - who falls in love with Anandan (Premkumar) after he saves her from an acid attack by her driver, Babu (Karate Raja).

Anandan's friend Madan (Venkat) becomes Kannamma's ever-vigilant sentinel, risking his own marriage with Mala (Vindhya).

Kannamma comes to know of Anandan's martyrdom through TV. Her baby is disputed and she is brought before a village council.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Meena Kannamma -Heroine
Prem Anandan-Hero
Bose Venkat Madan
Vindhya Mala
Vadivukkarasi
Karate Raja Driver Babu
Kuyili
Chandrasekhar
Vaiyapuri

Soundtrack[edit]

Soundtrack was composed by S. A. Rajkumar.[1]

  • Kaikudu
  • Enna Ethana
  • Manithare
  • Ilaignane
  • KIchu Kichu
  • Aalamara

Reception[edit]

Balaji B of Thiraipadam wrote "It is neither a political satire nor, inspite of having the heroine's name as its title, a socially relevant film. His [Karunaidhi] dialogs do shine at some places but for the most part, are made irrelevannt by the horrid screenplay and bad character development."[2] Indiaglitz wrote "The film is peppered with messages on nationalism, caste and communal harmony. But it lacks the spellbinding effect of certain war films."[3]

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