Ramanan (film)

Ramanan is a 1967 Malayalam romantic-musical film written, directed and produced by D. M. Pottekkat. It is a screen adaptation of Ramanan (1936), a poem by Changampuzha Krishna Pillai.[1] The film stars Prem Nazir and Sheela, the renowned on-screen pair in the lead roles. Madhu, Kottayam Chellappan, Kamaladevi, Meenakumari, Ramu Kariat, Adoor Bhasi, Usha Kumari and Manavalan Joseph play other important roles. The film was noted for its technical brilliance and for being the adaptation of an immortal poetical work, but was a box office flop.[1]

Ramanan
Directed byD. M. Pottekkat
Produced byD. M. Pottekkat
Written byScreenplay:
D. M. Pottekkat
Poem:
Changampuzha Krishna Pillai
Based onRamanan
StarringPrem Nazir
Sheela
Madhu
Music byK. Raghavan
CinematographyU. Rajagopal
Edited byK. Narayanan
Production
companies
Vijaya Studios, Madras
Vauhini Studios, Madras
Shyamala Studios, Madras
Release date
1967
CountryIndia
LanguageMalayalam

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

The music was composed by K. Raghavan and the lyrics were written by Changampuzha.

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 "Aa Manimedayil" Karimpuzha Radha Changampuzha
2 "Angottu Nokkiyaal" Karimpuzha Radha, K. P. Udayabhanu Changampuzha
3 "Ariyoo" (Bit) Madhu Changampuzha
4 "Azhakalakal" Karimpuzha Radha, K. P. Udayabhanu Changampuzha
5 "Chapalavyaamohangal" K. P. Udayabhanu Changampuzha
6 "Ekaantha Kaamuka" Shantha P. Nair Changampuzha
7 "Jeevitham Jeevitham" (Bit) Karimpuzha Radha Changampuzha
8 "Kaananachaaya" P. Leela, K. P. Udayabhanu Changampuzha
9 "Maanasam Kallukondu" (Bit) P. B. Sreenivas Changampuzha
10 "Malaranikkaadukal" Karimpuzha Radha, Kottayam Santha Changampuzha
11 "Manimuzhakkam" K. P. Udayabhanu Changampuzha
12 "Naakathil Aadithya" (Bit) Karimpuzha Radha Changampuzha
13 "Neelakkuyile" Karimpuzha Radha Changampuzha
14 "Ninnaathma Naayakan" Karimpuzha Radha Changampuzha
15 "Pennennoru" (Bit) Manavalan Joseph Changampuzha
16 "Pottukillini" P. Leela Changampuzha
17 "Praananaayaka" P. Leela Changampuzha
18 "Ramananeeyennil" (Bit) Madhu Changampuzha
19 "Sahakarikkatte Sahaja" (Bit) Madhu Changampuzha
20 "Sampoothamee" P. Leela Changampuzha
21 "Velli Nakshathrame" K. P. Udayabhanu Changampuzha

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b B. Vijayakumar (19 April 2010). "Ramanan 1967". The Hindu. Retrieved 27 December 2010.

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