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Directed by  M. Krishnan Nair
Written by  Thuraiyur K. Moorthi
Produced by  P. L. Mohan Ram
Music by  S. M. Subbaiah Naidu
Starring  JaishankarVenniradai NirmalaA. V. M. RajanLakshmiNagesh
Cinematography  S. S. LalM. G. R. Mani
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Mannippu (தமிழ்: மன்னிப்பு, English: Apology) is a 1969 Tamil Romantic - Thriller film was directed by M. Krishnan Nair and produced by P. L. Mohan Ram under his Productions company. The film script were written by Thuraiyur K. Moorthi. Music by S. M. Subbaiah Naidu assets to the film. It stars Jaishankar, A. V. M. Rajan, Venniradai Nirmala and Lakshmi played lead with Nagesh, R. S. Manohar, C. K. Saraswathi and Major Sundararajan played portraying supporting role. The film was remake of Malayalam film in 1968 as Padunna Puzha.

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Plot

Advocate Kumar(A. V. M. Rajan) and his Sister Bhama(Lakshmi) lose their mother and are brought up by their materinal aunt, who loves them as her own child. Radha(Venniradai Nirmala) gives Bhama daliy music lesson. Radha is in love with Gopi(Jaishankar), an artist. But her mother(C. K. Saraswathi) is against their relationship due to a family feud. Kumar invites Gopi to his house. Bhama impressed by the artist talents of Gopi and falls in love with him at the first sight. Gopi rejects her love and Bhama attempts to commit suicide. Her step mother consoles her and assures her fulfilment of her ambitions. Oneday, Bhama is not at home when Radha arrives for their lessons. Bhama's step mother gives her a cup of coffee leaves for a wedding. Kumar, who is attracted to Radha, attempts to take advantage of the situation. Radha resist and out of fear and shame. Kumar blocks her mouth with his hands. Radha dies and kumar throws her corpse in a river. Gopi is arrested by the Police on the evidence of a letter found in her handbag, in which he suggests the elope. Kumar decides to surrender to the police to save Gopi, whom he knows to be innocent. Kumar's Step mother come to know about kumar's decision. At the climax, Step mother appears before the court during Gopi's trial and reveals that the real cause for Radha's death was the poison that she mixed in Radha's coffee. Her objective was get Bhama and Gopi married following Radha's demise. Kumar commits suicide by consuming poison . Mother is sentenced to Ten years imprisonment. Gopi is freed by the court and the film ends with Gopi lamenting his lover's demise on the banks of the river.

Cast

  • Jaishankar as Artist Gopi
  • A. V. M. Rajan as Advocate Kumar
  • Venniradai Nirmala as Radha, Bhama's Music teacher
  • Lakshmi as Bhama, Kumar's Sister
  • Nagesh as Nalla Muthu, Barber
  • R. S. Manohar as Public Prosecutor
  • Major Sundararajan as Govinda Pillai, Gopi' Father
  • S. V. Ramadoss as Police Inspector
  • C. K. Saraswathi as Radha's Mother
  • Sattampillai Venkataraman as Chettiyar
  • Loose Mohan as Ramaiah, Kumar's Servant
  • Ennatha Kannaiah as Radha's Uncle
  • Crew

  • Art = B. Nagarajan
  • Stills = R. N. Nagaraja Rao
  • Design = Srini Somu
  • Publicity = Elegant Publicity
  • Processing = S. R. Ranganathan by Vijaya Laboratory
  • Audiography(song) = SP. Ramanathan
  • Audiography(dialogue) = D. Lasaras
  • Re - Recording = SP. Ramanathan
  • Outdoor = Dejo Films Unit
  • Box Office

    Padunna Puzha released on 20 June 1968 was probably the first Malayalam film that was remade in other language. M. Krishnan Nair, who directed the film and directed the Tamil remake Mannippu also. Both the films were successful at the Box - Office.

    Soundtrack

    Music by S. M. Subbaiah Naidu and lyrics were written by Vaali. The playback singers consists of T. M. Soundararajan, Sirkazhi Govindarajan, P. Suseela and A. P. Komala.

    References

    Mannippu Wikipedia


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