Kumari Penn

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Kumari Penn
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Directed by T. R. Ramanna
Produced byE. V. Rajan
Starring Ravichandran
Jayalalithaa
Music by M. S. Viswanathan
Production
company
E.V.R. Pictures
Release date
  • 6 May 1966 (1966-05-06)
Running time
154 minutes [1]
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Kumari Penn ( /kumʌri/ transl.Young girl) is a 1966 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by T. R. Ramanna and produced by E. V. Rajan. The film stars Ravichandran and Jayalalitha, with S. V. Ranga Rao and Nagesh in supporting roles. It was released on 6 May 1966. [2] [3] The film was remade in Hindi as Man Ka Meet (1969), [4] in Malayalam as Rathimanmadhan (1977) and in Kannada as Hudugatada Hudugi (1976)[ citation needed ].

Contents

Plot

Cast

Soundtrack

The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan, with lyrics by Kannadasan. [5]

SongSingers
"Then Irukkum Malarinile" P. Susheela
"Varushathai Paaru Aruvathi Aaru" T. M. Soundararajan
"Jaavera Jaa" P. B. Sreenivas
"Yaaro Aada Therinthavar" L. R. Eswari
"Neeye Sollu"L. R. Eswari, P. B. Sreenivas
"Varushathai Paaru"L. R. Eswari
"Pathi Udal Theriya" T. M. Soundararajan

Reception

Kalki wrote that the film could be watched once for its story. [6] The film ran for over 100 days in theatres. [2]

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