Uyarndhavargal

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Uyarndhavargal
Directed by T. N. Balu
Produced by H. R. Mehra
Written by T. N. Balu
Story by Gulzar
Starring
Music by Shankar Ganesh
Cinematography N. K. Viswanathan
Edited by R. Bhaskaran
Production
company
Raasleela Pictures
Release date
14 January 1977
Country India
Language Tamil

Uyarndhavargal is a 1977 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by T. N. Balu, starring Kamal Haasan and Sujatha in lead roles.[1] The film is the remake of much acclaimed Koshish starring Sanjeev Kumar and Jaya Bhaduri.

Plot[edit]

Uyarndhavargal deals with a deaf and mute couple and their struggle in the society.

Synopsis[edit]

The movie is the life of Kamal Haasan and Sujatha who are deaf and mute. They meet and fall in love and later gets married. Their life gets blessed with a child, but the child accidentally dies due to a petty thief Srikanth. Devastated Kamal and Sujatha's life again come back to normal after their second child is born. They take all care in bringing up to him to be well educated. Ironically their employer's daughter is also deaf and mute. They wanted to get their son married to the employer's daughter, but the son opposes it.

Cast[edit]

Guest actors

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Iraivan Irandu Bommaigal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Uyarnthavargal Tamil Movie". spicyonion.com. 

External links[edit]

Uyarndhavargal on Internet Movie Database