Iruvar Ullam (transl. Two Hearts) is a 1963 Tamil-language Indian romance film, directed by L. V. Prasad and written by M. Karunanidhi. The film was produced by Anand under Prasad Movies and stars Sivaji Ganesan and B. Saroja Devi in the lead roles, while M. R. Radha, T. R. Ramachandran and S. V. Ranga Rao play pivotal roles. The film's music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan, while the lyrics were written by Kannadasan.
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|Directed by||L. V. Prasad|
|Screenplay by||M. Karunanidhi|
|Based on||Pen Manam|
by Lakshmi Thiripurasundari
B. Saroja Devi
|Music by||K. V. Mahadevan|
|Cinematography||K. S. Prasad|
|Edited by||A. Sanjeevi|
K. S. Prasad and A. Sanjeevi handled cinematography and editing respectively. The film is based on Lakshmi Thiripurasundari's novel Pen Manam, which was previously adapted into the Telugu film Bharya Bhartalu (1961). The film was released on 29 March 1963 and became successful at the box office.
- Sivaji Ganesan as Selvam
- B. Saroja Devi as Shantha
- S. V. Ranga Rao as Selvam's father
- N. R. Sandhiya as Nagammal (Selvam Mother)
- M. R. Radha as Gnana Sigamani
- T. P. Muthulakshmi as Kannamma (Sigamani wife)
- K. Balaji as Moiner Manickam
- V. S. Raghavan as Lawyer
- T. R. Ramachandran as Paramathma
- Padmini Priyadarshini as Vasanthi
- S. Ramarao as Kumastha Subbaiah (Shantha Father)
- A. Karunanidhi as Soda Ponnambalam
- C. Lakshmi Rajyam as Karpagam (Shantha's Step Mother)
- Jayanthi in a cameo appearance
- Pakoda Kadhar
Iruvar Ullam was directed by L. V. Prasad and produced by A. Anand under Prasad Movies. The film is based on Lakshmi Thiripurasundari's novel Pen Manam, which was previously adapted into the Telugu film Bharya Bhartalu (1961). The screenplay was written by M. Karunanidhi. Cinematography was handled by K. S. Prasad and the editing by A. Sanjeevi. The filming was held in places like Kodaikanal, Kanyakumari and Bangalore. The final length of the film was 35,441 feet (4,543 m).
|1||Paravaigal Palavitham||T. M. Soundararajan||Kannadasan|
|3||Azhagu Sirikkindrathu||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela|
|4||Nadhi Engey Pogirathu||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela|
|5||Yean Azuthai||T. M. Soundararajan|
|6||Kanneya Kanneya Urangatheya||P. Susheela|
|7||Buddhi Sigamani||A. L. Raghavan, L. R. Eswari|
|8||Kannethire Thondrinal||T. M. Soundararajan|
Iruvar Ullam was released on 29 March 1963. The film was promoted creatively as a newspaper cutting that featured pencil sketches of two hearts each bearing the name of the hero and the heroine. The film ran for over 100 days in theatres.
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