|Directed by||T. R. Ramanna|
|Written by||T. N. Balu|
|Produced by||T. K. Ramarajan|
|Starring|| Ravichandran |
|Cinematography||M. A. Rahuman|
|Edited by||M. S. Mani|
|Music by||T. K. Ramamoorthy|
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Naan (transl. Me) is 1967 Indian Tamil-language masala film, directed by T. R. Ramanna and written by T. N. Balu. The film stars Ravichandran, Jayalalithaa, Muthuraman and Nagesh. It focuses on a raja's failed attempt to find his lost son, and three men who claim to be the lost son, seeking rights to the raja's properties.
Naan was released on 1 November 1967, and ran for over 175 days in theatres. It was remade in Telugu as Nenante Nene (1968) and in Hindi as Waris (1969). 
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A raja's son gets lost at a young age while trying to escape his father's enemy. His father futilely searches for his son for a few years and dies. Years later, three people visit the palace claiming to be the prince and seek rights to all properties. All three unanimously have the identities of the lost son and answer all questions related to the family history. The palace management are left with no choice but to accommodate all three men unless they find the true heir.
The story takes a complete turn when it is revealed that none of them are the true heir and there is a fourth person who is the real prince, whose whereabouts are unknown. The only way to reach the real prince is via these three people who know his whereabouts.
Naan was colourised using Eastmancolor.  While portraying his character, Nagesh wore new glasses without removing the price label tag; although Ramanna wanted it removed, Nagesh decided to keep the tag for comic effect. 
Music was composed by T. K. Ramamoorthy and lyrics were written by Kannadasan and Vaali.  The song "Vaandhal Ennodu Ingey" is based on the title track from the American film, Come September (1961). 
|"Raaja Kannu Pogathadi"||T. M. Soundararajan||Vaali||4:28|
|"Adhey Mugam Adhey Kunam"||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela||3:32|
|"Naan Aanai Ittal"||T. M. Soundararajan, L. R. Eswari||(Mixed Songs)||3:05|
|"Pothumo Intha Idam"||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela||Kannadasan||3:12|
|"Ammano Saamiyo"||Sirkazhi Govindarajan, L. R. Eswari||5:35|
|"Vanthaal Ennodu Engeya"||L. R. Eswari||4:26|
|"Murder in a Birthday Party"||Instrumental||Music Group Dance||6:08|
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