Panam Padaithavan

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Panam Padaithavan
Panam Padaithavan.jpg
Directed by T. R. Ramanna
Produced by T. R. Ramanna
Written by Sakthi T. K. Krishnasamy
Starring M. G. Ramachandran
Sowkar Janaki
K. R. Vijaya
T. S. Balaiah
Nagesh
S. A. Ashokan
R. S. Manohar
Music by Viswanathan-Ramamoorthy
Cinematography M. A. Rehman
Edited by M. S. Mani
Production
company
R. R. Pictures
Distributed by R. R. Pictures
Release date
27 March 1965
Running time
168 mins
Country India
Language Tamil

Panam Padaithavan (Tamil: பணம் படைத்தவன்)is a Tamil language film starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role. The film was released in 1965. The film ran successfully at many centres for more than 100 days and declared a box office hit.[1] [2]

Plot[edit]

In India of the 60s...

While making to Calcutta, accompanied with his young brother, Balu (Nagesh), for a championship of athlètisme, Raja (MGR), an accomplished sportsman, stemming from a rich rustic Tamil family, got acquainted with Shanti (K. R. Vijaya) and with his father, Masilamani, very modest condition.

Between Raja and Shanti, it is love at first sight.

Having taken away (gained) the championship, Raja and Balu meets Rama (Sowkar Janaki) and Uma (Geethanjali), two sisters were accompanied with their fantastically wealthy father.

Between Balu and Uma, it is love, also.

Rama has difficulty in seducing Raja for a very good reason, he thinks only of Shanti.

But things take place not at all as one needs, at least, as Raja would want him.

Indeed, because he refuses the hand of Rama, his father also refuses to give Uma to Balu.

He wants that his two daughters get married to both brothers.

Balu, then, sinks into the alcohol to flood its sorrow.

Informed, Raja makes a terrible decision:

for the happiness of his younger brother, he skips of the one that he loves and resigns to get married to Rama...

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
M. G. Ramachandran as Raja
Sowkar Janaki as Rama
K. R. Vijaya as Shanti
T. S. Balaiah as Shanmugha Pilai, Raja & Balu 's father
Nagesh as Balu
S. A. Ashokan as The mysterious blackmailer
R. S. Manohar as Rama 's friend
R. M. Sethupathi as Rama & Uma 's father
A. K. Veerasamy as Masilamani, Shanti 's father
Geethanjali as Uma, Balu 's wife
Seethalakshmi as

Around the movie[edit]

The film attacks in thorny question of castes, the injustice of social classes.

Song List[edit]

The music composed by Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy.[3]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 Antha Maapilai T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela Vaali 4:39
2 Enakkoru Makan T. M. Soundararajan 4:35
3 Kannpona Pokkile T. M. Soundararajan 5:11
4 Maanicka Thottil T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela, L. R. Eswari 4:19
5 Paruvathil Konjam L. R. Eswari, T. M. Soundararajan 4:12
6 Pavalakodiyil T. M. Soundararajan, L. R. Eswari 5:00
7 Thannuyir Pirivadhai P. Susheela 4:41

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Panam Padaithavan". Retrieved 17 March 2012. 
  2. ^ Anandan 2004, pp. 28:129
  3. ^ "Panam Padaithavan Songs". raaga. Retrieved 2014-06-13. 

External links[edit]

Panam Padaithavan on IMDb