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Vivekananda Pictures is an Indian film production company, based at Chennai, India. The production company was established in 1977 by its founder, Tiruppur Mani. He produced around thirty movies under his banner and died, age 76,in September 2016.[1][2]

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1 History 2 Filmography 3 External links 4 References

History[edit] The production house first feature film Kannan Ori Kaikuzhandai (1978) was directed by Venkatesh, in which Sivakumar and Sumithra played the lead roles. Following this film, Sivakumar has been their choice for the lead actor for Rosappu Ravikkaikaari, Vandichakkaram, Aaniver, Aayiram Muthangal.[3] Though first five films has got Sivakumar as male lead, the female leads were Sumithra for Kannan Ori Kaikuzhandai, Deepa for Rosappu Ravikkaikaari, Saritha for Vandichakkaram and Aaniver, Radha for Aayiram Muthangal.[4][5] Late actor Vinu Chakravarthy was introduced as story and screenplay writer in Vandichakkaram and it was directed by K. Vijayan.[6][7] Its the debut movie for Silk Smitha in Tamil. Vandichakkaram won third prize at Tamilnadu state award for best film for the year 1980. Vinu Chakravarthy was introduced as actor in Rosappu Ravikkaikaari and comedian Loose Mohan rose to fame through the same movie.[8] In 1983, the company produced Imagial starring Sivaji Ganesan, Saritha, Sarath babu and others, music was composed by Gangai amaran.[9] Their next was Eetti starred by Vijayakanth, Vishnuvardhan, Nalini, Viji and directed by Rajasekhar. Vidinja Kalyanam was their next which had Sathyaraj, Jayashree, Sujatha in lead roles and was directed by Manivannan. In 1988, they remade Mohanlal and Karthika starrer Malayalam movie Gandhinagar 2nd Street as Anna Nagar Mudhal Theru. Sathyaraj and Radha did the lead roles in this movie. Filmography[edit]

Year Title Cast Director Music Director Release Status Mentions

1978 Kannan Oru Kaikuzhandai Sivakumar, Sumithra Venkatesh Illayaraja August 1978

1979 Rosappo Ravikaikaari Sivakumar, Deepa Devaraj Mohan Illayaraja August 1979

1980 Vandichakkaram Sivakumar, Saritha, Silk Smitha K. Vijayan Shankar Ganesh August 1980

Tamilnadu State Film Award for Best Film Filmfare Award for Best Actor Filmfare Award for Best Actress

1981 Aaniver Sivakumar, Saritha K. Vijayan Shankar Ganesh August 1981

1982 Aayiram Muthangal Sivakumar, Radha Annakili S. Devarajan Shankar Ganesh March 1982

1983 Imaigal Sivaji Ganesan, Saritha R. Krishnamurthy Gangaiamaran April 1983

1985 Eetti Vijayakanth, Nalini, Viji Rajasekar Illayaraja August 1985

1986 Vidinja Kalyanam Sathyaraj, Jayashree, Sujatha Manivannan Illayaraja October 1986

1986 Kalamellam Un Madiyil Murali, Jayashree Rajasekar Illayaraja 1986

1987 Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi Sathyaraj, Prabhu, Nadhiya Manivannan Gangaiamaran February 1987

1988 Anna Nagar Mudhal Theru Sathyaraj, Prabhu, Nadhiya, Ambika Balu Anand Chandrabose January 1988

1990 Vazhkkai Chakkaram Sathyaraj, Gowthami Manivannan Shankar Ganesh February 1990

1990 Vazhndhu Kattuvom Ramki, Gowthami,K. R. Vijaya R. Krishnamurthy Shankar Ganesh December 1990

1992 Unakkaga Pirenthen Prashanth, Mohini Balu Anand Deva May 1992

1994 Vandicholai Chinnarasu Sathyaraj, Suganya Manoj Kumar A. R. Rahman April 1994

External links[edit] Vivekananda Pictures on IMDb References[edit]

^ "Tamil film producer Tirupur Mani passes away". Tamilstar. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "IndiaGlitz - Vandichakkaram Vidinja Kalyanam producer Tiruppur Mani passed away in Chennai - Tamil Movie News". Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "The Hindu : Metro Plus Tiruchirapalli / Personality : Portrait of an actor". www.thehindu.com. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "Aayiram Muthangal (1982) Cast and Crew". gomolo.com. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "Ayiram Muthangal". Spicyonion.com. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "Ekta slams Silk Smitha's boyfriend - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "Vinu Chakravarthy passes away". NOWRUNNING. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ Peter, Petlee. "Tamil comedian 'Loose' Mohan passes away". The Hindu. Retrieved 2017-06-10.  ^ "Nadigar Thilagam Sivaji Ganesan's filmography (pls refer page 24)". nadigarthilagam.com. Retrieved

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