Lakshmi Vijayam (1948 film)

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Lakshmi Vijayam
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Film poster
Directed byBomman D. Irani
Screenplay byD. V. Chari
Story byD. V. Chari
StarringP. S. Govindan
Madhuri Devi
C. V. V. Panthulu
M. R. Santhanalakshmi
R. Padma
Kali N. Rathnam
CinematographyG. Ranganathan
Edited byL. Balu
Music by G. Ramanathan
Sri Meenakshi Films & Co
Distributed by Modern Theatres
Release date
  • April 7, 1948 (1948-04-07)(India)
Running time
162 mins
Country India
Language Tamil

Lakshmi Vijayam (transl.Visit of Lakshmi) is a 1948 Indian Tamil-language film directed by Bomman D. Irani. The film stars P. S. Govindan and Madhuri Devi. [1]



The lists of cast and crew are adapted from the film credits.



Music was composed by G. Ramanathan while the lyrics were penned by Sundara Vathiyar and Rajagopala Iyer.

S/NSongSinger/sLyricistDuration (m:ss)
1"Mada Maadhe Gopamum Agaadhe"P. S. Govindan &T. K. Sundara Vathiyar02:30
2"Rambai Thanai Polave Inbamaayi"T. K. Sundara Vathiyar02:36
3"Naane Maiyal Aginen"Kali N. Rathnam & P. S. GnanamT. K. Sundara Vathiyar05:01
4"Malar Vaname Unai Mevi"T. K. Sundara Vathiyar02:54
5"Sariyendru Oru Vaarthai"Kali N. Rathnam & P. S. GnanamT. K. Sundara Vathiyar02:57
6"Inbame Inbame Idhuve"Rajagopala Iyer02:52
7"Sothanaiyo Ariyene Naane"M. R. SanthanalakshmiT. K. Sundara Vathiyar02:10
8"Iraivanin Thiranaiye"Vidwan Srinivasan02:56
9"Azhagaana Vanidhaamani Naane"R. Padma02:14
10"Kadhaale Amudhaavai Polave"P. S. Govindan02:42
11"Samsaaram Venumenna"M. R. Swaminathan & K. T. Sakku Bai01:22
12"Poga Solli Kadikka Vraadhe"M. R. Swaminathan & K. T. Sakku Bai01:10
13"Varuvaar Kaadhalar"02:27
14"Kanngal Nirandha Kaadhal Purindha"P. S. Govindan &03:47
15"Viyarvai Nilatthile Chotta Chotta"Kali N. Rathnam & P. S. Gnanam02:02
16"Agathi Aayalgu... Neeyandro"03:18

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