Kannan Varuvaan

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Kannan Varuvaan
Kannan Varuvaan.jpg
Directed by Sundar C
Produced by K. Muralidharan
V. Swaminathan
G. Venugopal
Screenplay by Sundar C
Story by D. Singampuli
Starring Karthik
Divya Unni
Music by Sirpy
Cinematography U. K. Senthil Kumar
Edited by P. Sai Suresh
Lakshmi Movie Makers
Release date
25 May 2000
Running time
Country India
Language Tamil

Kannan Varuvaan (English: Kannan will come) is a South Indian Tamil film released in 2000. The story revolves around Karthick's love towards Diyva Unni but at the same time Manthra was in love with Karthik, Gaundamani and Senthil as usual give their hit comedies. The film and its soundtrack were a huge hit upon release.[1]


Kannan's (Karthik) ambition in life is to take up the construction of the temple left incomplete by his forefathers. Funds are not forthcoming. Thannirmalai (Goundamani) assures him that with his employer's help, Kannan's dream could become a reality. But Thannirmalai is disappointed when his employer, the wealthy landlady Rangganayagi's (Manorama) grandson Raghu (Ranjith) turns out to be money-minded and heartless. In a fit of anger, Thannirmalai pushes him into the waters of a river and thinks he has committed a murder. Predictably, Kannan is made to enter the scene as an impostor. What follows next forms the crux of the story.



Soundtrack was composed by Sirpy and lyrics written by Pa. Vijay and Palanibharathi.[2][3]

  • Kaathukku Pookkal - Hariharan, Sujatha
  • Koodamele - SPB Charan, Yugendran, Chithra
  • Kaathirukkum Thendrale - Shankar Mahadevan
  • Seeraga Samba - SPB, S.Janaki
  • Vennilave - Hariharan. Lyricist - Palani Bharathi


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