|Directed by||R. Raghu|
|Produced by||R. Raghu|
|Written by||T. K. Bose|
|Edited by||P. R. Shanmugam|
Jupiter Film Makers
|Distributed by||Jupiter Film Makers|
Sundara Pandian is a 1998 Indian Tamil comedy film, directed and produced by R. Raghu, starring Karthik, Swathi and Heera Rajagopal in lead roles. The film, had musical score by Deva and was released in 1998.
Pandi (Karthik) is an uneducated villager who he's in love with his niece Karthika (Swathi) but she doesn't love him. Sundar (Also Karthik) is the son of a rich businessman and lives without his father's love in the city.
One day, Pandi decides to leave his village to earn money and find a wife. Meanwhile, Sundar comes to Pandi's village to swim at the river, and the villagers catch him. After seeing Pandi's mother, Sundar stays there and he gets the mother's affection.
Pandi doesn't find a job in the city, Sundar's father then brought Pandi with him and thought that his son became mad. There, Ramya (Heera Rajagopal), a police officer falls in love with Pandi. Meanwhile, Kottaval (Manivannan), Ashok Raj's enemy, escapes from the psychiatrist hospital to kill Ashok Raj and his son Sundar.
Karthika falls in love with Sundar and Karthika's father (Alex) prevents her to forget him. The enemy of Karthika's father decides to kill Karthika's father but Sundar saves him. Karthika's father apologizes to his elder sister and plans to marry his daughter to his saviour. Sundar reveals to Karthika his real identity.
Sundar leaves the village to find Pandi. Kottaval and his henchmen kidnap Ashok Raj and Pandi. Sundar saves them and sends Kottaval to jail.
- Karthik as Pandi / Sundar
- Swathi as Karthika
- Heera Rajagopal as Ramya
- Vadivelu as Pavadai
- Manivannan as Kottaval
- Alex as Karthika's father
- Vasu Vikram as Vasu
- Bharathi Vishnuvardhan as Pandi's mother
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|2||"Beeda Beeda"||Krishnaraj||Ponniyin Selvan||4:18|
|3||"Kumbadana Pona"||Mano, Devi||Kalidasan||5:12|
|4||"Kayil Vandha"||Gopal Rao||5:08|
|5||"Malkudi Malkudi"||Malgudi Subha||Vaasan||4:18|