Ninaivil Nindraval (1967 film)

Ninaivil Nindraval

Directed by Muktha V. Srinivasan
Produced by V. Ramasamy
Written by Cho
Screenplay by Cho
Story by Rajasri
Starring Ravichandran,
K. R. Vijaya
Music by V. Kumar
Cinematography T. N. Sundarababu
Edited by L. Balu
Sri Venkateswara Cinetone
Distributed by Muktha Films
Release dates
Running time
161 Mins
Country India
Language Tamil

Ninaivil Nindraval is 1967 Tamil Comedy - Drama film was directed by Muktha V. Srinivasan and produced by V. Ramasamy. The film script were written by Cho and story written by Rajasri respectively. Music by V. Kumar asset to the film. It stars Ravichandran, K. R. Vijaya Nagesh and Cho played lead with Manorama, Sachu, and V. S. Raghavan.[1][2]


The stroy revolves around a young women Prema(K. R. Vijaya), who stayed with his paternal uncle Doctor Sammandham's(Cho) house for her higher studies. She was interesting about cricket matches, so Prema and her uncle moves to Chennai. Prema meets bike accident and she suffered Amnesia, who loss her past memories and then she moves to the new city. Where Prema meets unemployed young man Prakash(Ravichandran and his friend Balu(Nagesh), who they protected her. Prema and Prakash two fall in love and getting married. After marrying him in an another accident and she lost the memories of her marriage. Prema's father Umapathy(V. S. Raghavan) enaged his General Manager Mohan(C. L. Anandan). Balu were moves to Chennai for his job oriented, where he meets Prema and he sent to message for his friend Prakash. Prakash reach Bangalore. Prakash tries to proves Prema is his wife. But the all attempts are failure. Finally, Prema was fall down into steps and her recollected all memories and she identity her husband and Balu and Meera(Sachu) get married.




Ninaivil Nindraval
Soundtrack album by V. Kumar
Released 1967
Recorded 1967
Genre Saregama
Length 17:25
Language Tamil

Music by V. Kumar and lyrics were written by Vaali and C. N. Muthu.[3]

No Songs Singer Length(m:ss)
1 Enna Theriyum Entha Chinna P. Suseela 03:27
2 Thambi Vaadaa Adichathu Yogam T. M. Soundararajan, P. Suseela Tharapuram Sundararajan 03:51
3 Thottatha Thodathathaa T. M. Soundararajan P. Suseela 03:42
4 Paravaigal Siraginaal Anaikka L. R. Eswari 03:35
5 Nandhan Vandhan Kovililae S. Sarala 03:30


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