Sollathan Ninaikiren (1973)

 ●  Tamil ● 2 hrs 47 mins

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This provocative romantic drama delves into the complexities and convolutions prevalent in modern romantic relationships through some vivid examples. This radical story poignantly portrays the life three sisters Srividya, Subha and Jayachitra, all of whom fall in love with their tenant, a young man played by Sivakumar. Sivakumar falls in love with Jayachitra. However, things take a twisted turn, when Jayachitra sacrifices herself to the whims of a playboy (Kamal Haasan), in order to save her friend (Jayasudha) from his exploits. What happens next, who marries whom, forms the crux of this scandalous saga.

Cast: Jayachitra Ganesh, Jayasudha, Kamal Haasan, Sivakumar

Crew: K Balachander (Director), BS Lokanath (Director of Photography), MS Viswanathan (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama, Family

Release Dates: 07 Dec 1973 (India)

Tamil Name: சொல்லத்தான் நினைக்கிறன்

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Did you know? The director of this movie, K. Balachander went on to remake it in Kannada under the title, 'Sundara Swapnagalu'. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Tamil
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Black & White
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
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03:32
Music Director: MS Viswanathan
Lyricist: Vaali
Playback Singer: SP Balasubramaniam, LR Eswari
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04:27
Music Director: MS Viswanathan
Lyricist: Vaali
Playback Singer: Vani Jayaram
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05:06
Music Director: MS Viswanathan
Lyricist: Vaali
Playback Singer: P Susheela, S Janaki
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03:13
Music Director: MS Viswanathan
Lyricist: Vaali
Playback Singer: MS Viswanathan, S Janaki
Trivia:
The director of this movie, K. Balachander went on to remake it in Kannada under the title, 'Sundara Swapnagalu'.

This film is based on a novel of the same name.

This movie turns the entire concept of formulaic romantic movies on its head - the concept being that the hero does not always have to get the girl.