Swami Ayyappan (1975 film)
Poster of the Tamil version
|Directed by||P. Subramaniam|
|Produced by||P. Subramaniam|
|Written by||Sreekumaran Thampi|
|Music by||G. Devarajan|
|Edited by||N. Gopalakrishnan|
Swami Ayyappan (English: Lord Ayyappan) is a 1975 Indian bilingual film. Directed and produced by P. Subramaniam, it was simultaneously shot in Malayalam and Tamil languages. It stars Gemini Ganesan, Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair, Master Raghu/Karan, K. Balaji, Sekhar, Srividya, Unnimary, Lakshmi, Raghavan, Rani Chandra and Vinodini. The film met with critical acclaim and became a box office success. It won four Kerala State Film Awards.
- Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair as Guru
- Lakshmi as Mohini
- Baby Sumathi as Young girl
- Baby Vinodini
- Gemini Ganesan as Pandalam raja
- K. Balaji as Vavar
- Master Raghu as young Ayyappan
- Master Shekhar as Ayyappan
|1||Harinaaraayana||K. J. Yesudas||Vayalar|
|2||Harivaraasanam||K. J. Yesudas||Kumbakudi Kulathur Iyer|
|3||Harivaraasanam [Chorus]||K. J. Yesudas, Chorus||Kumbakudi Kulathur Iyer|
|4||Kailaasa Shailaadhi||P Leela, Sreekanth||Vayalar|
|5||Mannilum Vinnilum||K. J. Yesudas, Chorus||Sreekumaran Thampi|
|6||Paalaazhi Kadanjeduthorazhakaanu||P Madhuri||Vayalar|
|7||Ponnumvigraha Vadivilirikkum||Ambili, Chorus||Sreekumaran Thampi|
|8||Shabarimalayil||K. J. Yesudas||Vayalar|
|9||Swami Sharanam||Jayachandran, Chorus||Vayalar|
|10||Swarnakkodi Marathil||Jayachandran, P Madhuri, Chorus, Sreekanth||Sreekumaran Thampi|
|13||Thummiyaal Therikkunna||Jayachandran, Chorus||Vayalar|
- Best Film with Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Value - Swami Ayyappan
- Best Child Artist - Master Raghu/Karan
- Best Cinematography - Masthan
- Best Lyrics - Vayalar Ramavarma
DVD Released by Modern Cinema . New version was released by MC videos in 2016
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- "Kerala State Film Awards". Government of Kerala. Retrieved 17 March 2011.
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