Iraivan Kodutha Varam

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Iraivan Kodutha Varam
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Directed by A. Bhimsingh
Written byR. Balakrishnan
Starring Vijayakumar
Fatafat Jayalaxmi
CinematographyG. Vittalrao
Edited byA. Paul Duraisingam
Music by M. S. Viswanathan
Raja Cine Arts
Release date
  • 22 September 1978 (1978-09-22)
Running time
118 minutes

Iraivan Kodutha Varam (transl.The boon given by god) is a 1978 Indian Tamil language film directed by A. Bhimsingh. [1] It was released on 22 September 1978. [2]





All songs were written by Kannadasan and composed by M. S. Viswanathan. [4]

"Vellai Kalai Uduthu" M. S. Viswanathan 3:58
"Aanantham Tharum Raganga" Vani Jairam 4:25
"Ada Raja Payale" T. M. Soundararajan 3:28
"Mangal Endral" Jolly Abraham 4:00

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