Deiva Magandeiva magan songs, deiva magan movie
Dheiva Magan English: Divine Son is a 1969 Tamil language film directed by A C Tirulokchandar The film was produced by Periyanna under Shanti films The film was an adaptation of Bengali stage play Ulka by Dr Nihar Ranjan Gupta The dialogues for the film was written by Aarur Dass The film stars Sivaji Ganesan in three roles, Jayalalitha in lead roles with Pandari Bai, M N Nambiar and Chittoor V Nagaiah in supporting roles
The plot revolves around a lawyer with a scarred face, gets married to Pandari Bai The couple lead a happy life and Pandari Bai gives birth to twin brothers, a son with a scarred face Also Ganesan like his father and a brother Also Ganesan Their father unable to tolerate his eldest son's face leaves him under the custody of another person and tells his wife that the first child is dead As years pass by, the father becomes a justice and his younger son, a happy-go-lucky college-going timid son, falls in love with Jayalalithaa In the meanwhile, the elder son comes to know about his family and tries to meet his mother and brother but he is asked by his father not to reveal his identity to them
It was the first Tamil film to be submitted by India in contest for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film Thambu and D Kandasamy handled cinematography and editing respectively The soundtrack was composed by M S Viswanathan and lyrics for all songs was written by Kannadasan
Dheiva Magan was released on September 1969 to positive critical acclaim with the praise directed towards Sivaji's performance The film was dubbed in Telugu as Koteeswarulu Its success led to a Kannada remake Thayi Mamathe 1985 None of the Hindi films including Bairaag were not remakes of this film
- 1 Plot
- 2 Cast
- 3 Production
- 4 Music
- 5 Reception
- 6 Remakes
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
- 10 Bibliography
Sivaji Ganesan, a lawyer with a scarred face, gets married to Pandari Bai The couple lead a happy life and Pandari Bai gives birth to twin brothers, a son with a scarred face Also Ganesan like his father and a brother Also Ganesan Their father unable to tolerate his eldest son's face leaves him under the custody of another person and tells his wife that the first child is dead As years pass by, the father becomes a justice and his younger son, a happy-go-lucky college-going timid son, falls in love with Jayalalithaa In the meanwhile, the elder son comes to know about his family and tries to meet his mother and brother but he is asked by his father not to reveal his identity to them M N Nambiar, a man once punished by the father, kidnaps the younger son in order to take revenge on him In the end, the elder son rescues his brother, killing M N Nambiar He succumbs to his injuries and dies on the lap of his mother
- Sivaji Ganesan
- Chittor V Nagaiah
- Pandari Bai
- Major Sundarrajan
- M N Nambiar
Deiva Magan was adapted from Bengali play Ulka by Nihar Ranjan Gupta G V Iyer earlier adapted the play into a film called Thayin Karunai 1965 with Muthuraman which failed at the box office, "Deivamagan" was the second adaptation of the play Sivaji who was impressed with the plot decided to make the film and made his friend Periyanna to produce the film The film was initially titled as "Uyiroviyam" before finalising "Deivamagan"
The film involved the characters of father and his two sons which would be tough to be acted by the same person so the director wanted two young actors to play the characters of two sons However Sivaji accepted the challenge and acted in the role of both sons, bringing a difference in body language and mannerisms to each role Sivaji Ganesan portrayed three roles: an insecure father, a timid son and an angst-ridden twin brother for the second time in his career after Bale Pandiya The makeup for one of the Sivaji's character with a scarred face was done by R Rangasamy and his son Jayanth Kumar
The soundtrack was composed by M S Viswanathan and lyrics were written by Kannadasan The film had a song "Deivamae Deivamae" sung by T M Soundararajan which became very popular
|Soundtrack album by M S Viswanathan|
All lyrics written by Kannadasan; all music composed by M S Viswanathan
|1||"Deivame Deivame Nandri Solven"||T M Soundararajan|
|2||"Kadal Malar Kootam"||T M Soundararajan|
|3||"Anbulla Nanbare"||T M Soundararajan|
|4||"Kaathalikka Katrukollungal"||T M Soundararajan, P Susheela|
|5||"Kangal Pesuthamma"||P Susheela|
|6||"Kettadhum Koduppavane Krishna"||Kannadasan||TM Soundararajan||356|
Tamil magazine Ananda Vikatan said in its review, "A film with multiple roles of same actor without any confusion which itself a milestone, Makers have tried to build a hall with just one pillar and that was Sivaji Ganesan!"
The film was the first ever Tamil film to be submitted by India in contest for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
The film was dubbed in Telugu as Koteeswaralu" It was also remade in Kannada as Thayi Mamathe 1985
Deiva Thirumagal, a 2011 Tamil film starring Vikram which was earlier titled as Deiva Magan was thought to be the remake of this film, however the director denied it by saying the story of both these films are no way connected with each other and eventually the new film's title was changed as Deiva Thirumagal Debutant Vetrivendhan initially named his debut directorial as Deivamagan though the title was changed as Aathi Narayana after pressure from the makers of an old film with the same name
- List of submissions to the 42nd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
- List of Indian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
- ^ a b Dhananjayan 2014, p 212
- ^ a b c d e Dhananjayan 2014, p 213
- ^ "Incredible charisma on screen" Chennai, India: The Hindu 2002-07-19 Retrieved 2011-06-08
- ^ "A doyen among actors" Chennai, India: Hinducom 1928-10-01 Retrieved 2011-06-05
- ^ "Incredible charisma on screen" Chennai, India: The Hindu 2002-07-19 Retrieved 2011-06-05
- ^ http://wwwnewindianexpresscom/entertainment/interviews/article447021eceservice=print
- ^ "Entertainment / Interview : Encomiums to an evergreen talent" Chennai, India: The Hindu 2004-12-24 Retrieved 2011-06-05
- ^ RL, Hardgrave 1979 Essays in the political sociology of South India Usha p 120 |access-date= requires |url= help
- ^ "India's Oscar drill" The Indian Express wwwindianexpresscom Retrieved 4 June 2011
- ^ https://kannadamoviesinfowordpresscom/2013/04/14/thayi-mamathe-1985/
- ^ "Voila! And 'Deiva Thiru Magan' it is — Tamil Movie News" IndiaGlitz Retrieved 2011-06-11
- ^ "Vikram to play Krishna!" The Times of India 2011-04-05 Retrieved 2011-06-11
- ^ http://wwwindiaglitzcom/deiva-magan-is-now-adhi-narayana-tamil-news-41710
- Deiva Magan on IMDb
- Dhananjayan, G 2014 Pride of Tamil Cinema: 1931 to 2013 Blue Ocean Publishers
deiva magan, deiva magan full movie, deiva magan movie, deiva magan mp3, deiva magan songs, deiva magan tamil movie, deiva magan video songs, deiva magan vikram & anushka in tail song, deiva magan youtube, deiva_magan sivaji
Deiva Magan Information about
Deiva Magan viewing the topic.
There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video
Our site has a system which serves search engine function.
You can search all data in our system with above button which written "What did you look for? "
Welcome to our simple, stylish and fast search engine system.
We have prepared this method why you can reach most accurate and most up to date knowladge. The search engine that developed for you transmits you to the latest and exact information with its basic and quick system.
You can find nearly everything data which found from internet with this system.