Kannil Theriyum Kathaikal
|Kannil Theriyum Kathaikal|
|Produced by||A. L. Raghavan|
|Story by||Srikrishna Alanahalli|
M. N. Rajam
|Music by||K. V. Mahadevan|
G. K. Venkatesh
|Cinematography||Marcus Bartley Junior|
|Edited by||T. Krishna|
Raja Meenakshi Films
|14 March 1980|
Kannil Theriyum Kathaikal (lit. 'Stories in the eyes') is a 1980 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Devaraj-Mohan and produced by A. L. Raghavan. The film stars Sarath Babu, Sripriya, Vadivukkarasi and M. N. Rajam in the lead roles. The songs for this film were composed by 5 music directors: K. V. Mahadevan, G. K. Venkatesh, Sankar Ganesh, Agathiyar and Ilaiyaraaja.
Kannil Theriyum Kathaikal was produced by playback singer A. L. Raghavan under Raja Meenakshi Films, and was directed by the duo Devaraj–Mohan. Azhagapuri Azhagappan and Amuthavan wrote the dialogue, while T. Krishna was the editor. Film News Anandan worked as the film's public relations officer, and Marcus Bartley Junior was the cinematographer.
The soundtrack consists of five songs. K. V. Mahadevan, G. K. Venkatesh, Sankar Ganesh (a duo), Agathiyar and Ilaiyaraaja composed one song each. The song "Naan Oru Ponnoviyam" is set in the carnatic raga known as Mohanam.
|"Naan Oru Ponnoviyam"||Ilaiyaraaja||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki and P. Susheela||Pulamaipithan|
|"Naan Unnai Nenaichchane"||Sankar Ganesh||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Vani Jairam and Jikki||Vaali|
|"Onnu Rendu Moonu"||Agathiyar||S. P. Sailaja and B. S. Sasirekha||Vasukinathan|
|"Vettaikaaran"||K. V. Mahadevan||T. M. Soundararajan||Kannadasan|
|"Naan Paartha Rathidevi"||G. K. Venkatesh||A. L. Raghavan||Muthulingam|
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