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|Directed by||K. Vijayan|
|Written by||L. Dhanraj|
|Produced by||Thengai Srinivasan|
K. R. Vijaya
|Cinematography||G. Or. Nathan|
|Distributed by||SLS Productions|
Krishnan Vandhaan (transl. Krishnan came) is a 1987 Indian Tamil language comedy drama film, directed by K. Vijayan and produced by Thengai Srinivasan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, K. R. Vijaya, Mohan and Rekha. The film failed at the box-office.
- Sivaji Ganesan
- K. R. Vijaya
- M. N. Nambiar
- K. A. Thangavelu
- Thengai Srinivasan
- Major Sundarrajan in Guest Appearance
- C. R. Parthiban as Doctor
- V. K. Ramasamy in Guest Appearance
- Senthil in Guest Appearance
Krishnan Vandhaan was the first film produced by Thengai Srinivasan.
The music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja.
|"Thaniyaaga Paduthu"||Ilaiyaraaja, P. Susheela||Mu. Metha||04:33|
|"Singina Singi"||Malaysia Vasudevan||Gangai Amaran||05:01|
|"Oru Uravu"||Mano, P. Susheela||Ilaiyaraaja||04:36|
|"Naan Paasamalar"||Malaysia Vasudevan||Gangai Amaran||04:49|
|"Anne Anne"||Ilaiyaraaja, Mano, P. Susheela||Ilaiyaraaja||04:29|
N. Krishnaswamy of The Indian Express wrote the film "bides to keep audience beguiled" while praising the acting of Ganesan and other actors and also praised Ilaiyaraaja's music "mesh with the narrative".
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