Kadal Meengal (1981)

 ●  Tamil ● 2 hrs 25 mins

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Embedded with intrigue and thrills, this evocative drama traces the struggles and successes in the life of a handsome young man, who grows up facing social stigma and difficulties due to his illegitimacy. His father, now a wealthy businessman, betrayed his mother and married a wealthy heiress, abandoning her as an unwed mother. After his mother's demise, her son seeks out his father to avenge the injustice. Will he succeed in exacting revenge on his own father by destroying his present family?

Cast: Kamal Haasan, Sujatha Jayakar, Swapna Khanna

Crew: GN Rangarajan (Director), NK Viswanathan (Director of Photography), Ilaiyaraaja (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 05 Jun 1981 (India)

Tamil Name: கடல் மீன்கள்

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Did you know? This movie was a remake of the Malayalam movie 'Meen', that was loosely based on the Hindi movie Trishul (1978), which also inspired the Tamil movie Mr. Bharath (1978), with Rajinikanth and Satyaraj playing the lead roles. Read More
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as Selvanayakam/Rajan
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Tamil
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
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Music Director: Ilaiyaraaja
Playback Singer: Malaysia Vasudevan
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Music Director: Ilaiyaraaja
Playback Singer: P Susheela
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Music Director: Ilaiyaraaja
Playback Singer: Malaysia Vasudevan, P Susheela
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Music Director: Ilaiyaraaja
Playback Singer: S Janaki, P Jayachandran
Trivia:
This movie was a remake of the Malayalam movie 'Meen', that was loosely based on the Hindi movie Trishul (1978), which also inspired the Tamil movie Mr. Bharath (1978), with Rajinikanth and Satyaraj playing the lead roles.