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The film was remade in Tamil as "Ellorum Nallavare" (1975) starring Muthuraman, in Hindi as "Ek Gaon Ki Kahani" (1975) starring Rakesh Pandey and in Telugu as "Andharoo Manchivaare" (1976) starring Shoban Babu.
Ellorum Nallavare () is a 1975 Indian Tamil-language film starring R. Muthuraman and directed by Balan. This story is an adaptation of the Kannada film "Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu". V. Kumar composed the music for the Tamil and Telugu versions.
Ellorum Vazhavendum (English: Everyone should live) is an Indian Tamil language film directed by G. Viswanathan and released in 1962. The film features K. Balaji and Malini in the lead roles. M. R. Radha is a guest artiste. Music was scored by Rajan–Nagendra duo from Kannada Cinema.
The film's music was composed by Ramani, the founder of the Ramani School of Music, Mylapore. The background score was composed by Sarma Brothers, who also worked for All India Radio. The film had many songs performed by Lalitha. Popular songs include ""Kallai ozhithida sattamondru Chennai Congress aatchiyil seithanarey"", ""Mahaan Rajaji-yai ellorum vaazhthuvomey"" and ""Naattuomey jayakodi"."
A. S. A. Sami directed most of his films with Jupiter Pictures. In Chennai during the 50s and 60s Jupiter produced many successful films, such as "Manohara" (1954, directed by L.V. Prasad), "Karpukkarasi" (1957, A. S. A. Sami), "Thangapathumai" (1959, Sami), "Ellorum Innattu Mannar"(1960, Tatineni Prakasha Rao), "Arasilankumari" (1961, Sami). Jupiter Pictures films made with other producers were sometimes less popular.
The song "Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham" provided a much-needed breakthrough for P. B. Sreenivas as a playback singer. Bhimsingh and Viswanathan-Ramamoorthy convinced Meiyappan to let Sreenivas render the song instead of Gemini Ganesan's usual playback singer A. M. Rajah. The news organisation "Firstpost" included "Aththan Ennaththan" as one of "five great Tamil songs from 'Mellisai Mannar' MSV". A remix version of "Vantha Naal Muthal" is featured on music artist M. Rafi's album "Aasaiyae Alaipolae". The song "Ellorum Kondaduvom" is aired on DD Chennai every Eid al-Fitr to commemorate the Islamic festival.
Rajasulochana was initially cast as the female lead, but opted out due to her pregnancy, and was eventually replaced by Telugu actress Sriranjani, Jr. Pandari Bai was also added to the film, after Meiyappan was impressed with her performance in "Raja Vikrama" (1950). Poet Kannadasan declined to work as one of the film's lyricists, and instead acted in a minor role as a court judge, as he was "determined to take part in the "Parasakthi" movie". A portrait of lawyer P. Theagaraya Chetty was used to portray the father-in-law of S. V. Sahasranamam's character Chandrasekaran. The cinematography was handled by S. Maruti Rao, while the songs were choreographed by Heeralal. The film's climax song "Ellorum Vazha Vendum" featured stock footage of the political leaders C. Rajagopalachari, Periyar E. V. Ramasamy, Bhakthavatchalam, Annadurai, and Karunanidhi. Although Ganesan began working on the film in mid-1950, it took over two years to complete.
The Gemini-Vikatan umbrella was one of the earliest media organisations that sought to be a professionally managed and the first instance of a vertically integrated organisation in Asia. Initially as joint managing director along with his father S. S. Vasan and later as managing director of the media empire, Balan brought soul and substance to the films made under the Gemini banner by writing, producing and then directing more than 30 films in six languages. The film he first worked on and scripted was the Hindi film "Grihasti" in 1955 starring Ashok Kumar. This was later remade in Tamil as "Motor Sundaram Pillai" starring Shivaji Ganesan along with an ensemble cast and was the directorial debut of Balan. Some of the films he made not only were highly successful and memorable, but they also went on to establish the careers of many new talents introduced into the film industry such as Amitabh Bachchan (his first starring role in the unsuccessful "Sanjog", 1970), Jayalalitha ("Motor Sundaram Pillai"), Ravichandran ("Motor Sundaram Pillai"), Rajesh Khanna ("Aurat"), Shivakumar ("Motor Sundaram Pillai") etc. to name a few. Leading the cause for industry status recognition in the country for films, Vasan and Balan resolved to say no to cash dealings in film/media production to bring in transparency at a time when it was unheard of half a century ago. When the studio system itself came under siege in the late 1960s, Mr Balan pioneered independent film financing and helped many emerging filmmakers establish themselves successfully outside the studios by providing guidance, production design and packages to assist them. He ran the media empire successfully while his father, S.S. Vasan who was nominated to the Rajya Sabha as a member of parliament from 1964 till his death in 1969 could focus on his parliamentary duties in Delhi. In the mid-1970s, the colossal failure of his magnum opus in four languages (Hindi, Tamil and Telugu) titled "Ellorum Nallavare" precipitated the shut down of the Gemini Studios. In the early 1980s with the decline of the studio system, Balan sought to focus on publishing and sold the film company and its assets while retaining Vasan Publications/"Ananda Vikatan". One of the last films directed by him was "Nishan" in Bengali starring Uttam Kumar in 1978. As producer, writer and director, films made by S. S. Balan include, "Grihasthi", "Gharana", "Aurat", "Motor Sundaram Pillai", "Olivilakku", "Teen Bahuraniyan", "Lakhon Mein Ek", "Sanjog", "Shatranj", "Siriththu Vaazha Vendum", "Nishaan", "Maadaivam" and "Ellorum Nallavare". He has directed and worked on films with many top actors in India across Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Bengali, including MGR, NTR, Shivaji Ganesan, Muthuraman, Raj Kumar, Rajendra Kumar, Prithviraj Kapoor, Mehmood, Amitabh Bacchan and Rajesh Khanna.