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Viswanathan and Ramamoorthy briefly reunited in 1995 for the unsuccessful Tamil film "Engirundho Vanthan", starring Sathyaraj. They received honorary doctorates from Sathyabama University in September 2006.
The duo parted in 1965 after release of "Ayirathil Oruvan" and since then they composed for films individually. After 29 years, they rejoined in 1995 for the Tamil film "Engirundho Vanthan" starring Sathyaraj.
Punarjanma () is a 1963 Telugu, drama film, produced by A. V. Subba Rao on Prasad Art Pictures banner and directed by K.Pratyagatma. Starring Akkineni Nageshwara Rao, Krishna Kumari in lead roles and music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao. The film was a remade in Hindi as "Khilona" (1970), in Tamil as "Engirundho Vandhaal" and in Malayalam as "Amritavaahini".
Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy were an Indian music-director duo composed of M. S. Viswanathan and T. K. Ramamoorthy. They worked together on over 100 films, from 1952's "Panam" to 1965's "Aayirathil Oruvan". After their split, Ramamoorthy worked on 16 films between 1966 and 1986. He and Viswanathan reunited in 1995 for "Engirundho Vandhan".
Ramamoorthy was known as "Mellisai Mannar" (; "The King of Light Music"), along with M. S. Viswanathan. His major works are in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu films. He and M. S. Viswanathan, as the duo "Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy", composed musical scores for over 100 films in the South Indian film industry during the 1950s and 1960s. The duo parted amicably in 1965, but eventually rejoined in 1995 after 29 years for "Engirundho Vanthan".
Engirundho Vandhaal is a 1970 Indian Tamil film, directed by A. C. Tirulokchandar and produced by K. Balaji. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Jayalalithaa, K. Balaji and Nagesh in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. The film was not a remake of a Hindi film, but rather both Hindi and Tamil versions were made simultaneously. The Hindi version had Sanjeev Kumar and Mumtaz and was titled as Khilona".
Khilona () is a 1970 Indian drama film, produced by L.V. Prasad on Prasad Productions Pvt.Ltd. banner and directed by Chander Vohra. Starring Sanjeev Kumar, Mumtaz, Jeetendra in lead roles. Other actors in supporting roles are Shatrughan Sinha, Durga Khote, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep and music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The film recorded as "Super Hit" at the box office. The film was a remake of Telugu film "Punarjanma". The film was not remade in Tamil instead both Hindi and Tamil version were simultaneously made. Tamil version had "Engirundho Vandhaal" with Sivaji Ganesan and Jayalalithaa. The film was also remade in Malayalam as "Amrithavaahini".
Engirundho Vandhan is a 1995 Tamil comedy film directed by Santhana Bharathi. The film features Sathyaraj, Roja and Aamani in the lead roles, with Vijayakumar, Janagaraj, Kalyan Kumar, Vinu Chakravarthy, R. Sundarrajan, Bhanu Chander and Thyagu playing supporting roles. The film, produced by V. Sundaran, had musical score by the duo Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy and was released on 15 January 1995. Viswanathan and Ramamoorthy collaborated after 30 years and it eventually became their last collaboration. The film received mixed reviews and failed at box office. The film was a remake of Malayalam film "Chithram".
It was the producers and directors of the South, who wanted to remake their Tamil and Telugu films, in Hindi with either Sanjeev or Rajesh Khanna in lead. It was these Hindi film remakes which elevated him to a great actor. The film Khilona and it's Tamil version Engirundho Vandhaal were made simultaneously. Sanjeev reprised the role played by Thengai Srinivasan in Yehi Hai Zindagi which was remake of Kaliyuga Kannan. He played the role which N.T.Rama Rao did originally in Devina Chesina Manushulu,in its Hindi version Takkar. He starred in the lead in the film Shaandaar in 1974 which was remake of Kasturi Vilasa which had Kannada actor Rajkumar in the lead. Tayaramma Bangarayya was remade as Shriman Shrimati, Navarathri was remade as Naya Din Naya Raat, Raman Ethanai Ramanadi was remade as Raam Kitne Tere Naam and Gnana Oli was remade as Devata.Sanjeev reprised the role played by R.Muthuraman in Alukuoru Aasai in its Hindi remake Itni Si Baat.
Jayalalithaa won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress for Thanga Gopuram in 1971, Raman Thediya Seethai in 1972, Suryagandhi in 1973, Thirumangalyam in 1974, Yarukkum Vetkam Illai in 1975. She acted in mythological films like "Kandan Karunai", "Aadhi Parashakti", Shri Krishna Satya, Shri Krishna Vijayam, Shri Rama Katha, Shri Krishna Leelai, Shakti Leelai, Ganga Gowri, Annai Velankanni", and "Jesus". Her period dramas include "Ayirathil Oruvan, Neerum Neruppum, Mani Magudam, Adimai Penn, Ali Baba 40 Dongalu, Arasa Katalai", and "Baghdad Perazhagi". "She acquired the reputation of being a multi-faceted actor equally comfortable in fantasy and mythological genres as well as in modern social dramas and hence in 1969, in Tamil Conference, she was given the tag of "Kaveri Thandha Kalai Selvi". She and Saroja Devi have been cited as the first female superstars of Tamil Cinema. She did double roles in eight films. She received Special Award from Filmfare for her performances in ‘Chandhrodhayam’, ‘Adimai Penn’ and ‘Engirundho Vandhaal’ in the years 1966, 1969 and 1970 as the Filmfare Award for Best Actress was introduced only in 1972. Her performance in "Pattikada Pattanama", "Suryagandhi" were critically acclaimed and won her consecutive Filmfare Award for Best Actress in 1972 and 1973 respectively.
During the making of the film Manthiri Kumari in 1950, A.C.Trilogchander was working as a junior assistant on the sets and during the shooting of this film became a close friend of M.G.Ramachandran. Producer A.V. Meiyappan noticed his talent and gave A.C.Trilochander his break as the director in 1962 film Veerathirumagan. With the success of his debut film, he got one more film to direct under AVM banner which was bilingual made simultaneously as Main Bhi Ladki Hoon in Hindi and as Nannum Oru Penn in Tamil. The latter won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil at 11th National Film Awards and also won Filmfare Award for Best film.With this he became a permanent fixture as director with AVM films. He became like the fifth son of Mr. A.V.Meiyapan and became close friend of A.V.M.Saravanan. Trilogchander directed the fiftieth film produced by AVM banner - Anbe Vaa, a romantic comedy film, in 1966 with M.G.Ramachandran in the lead.He directed for the film produced by K. Balaji - Thangai in 1967. He was not only adept at directing social dramas like Babu (1971) with Sivaji Ganesan in the lead, Ramu (1966) with Gemini Ganesan as the hero but also romantic dramas such as Iru Malargal and Anbalippu as well as the romantic comedies Anbe Vaa and Anbe Aaruyire. He was given the task of directing the first bilingual suspense thriller film from AVM banner in 1967 which was Ave Kallu in Telugu and Adhey Kangal in Tamil. He directed the pair Sivaji Ganeshan and Jayalalitha in 5 films - Deiva Magan, Dharmam Engey, Engirundho Vandhaal, Enga Mama, Avanthan Manidhan. He directed Rajesh Khanna in Babu in 1985 which became a hit. His other acclaimed Tamil films include Thirudan, Aval, Dheerga Sumangali, Vasandatil Oru Naal, Bhadrakali, Anbe Aaruyire and Bharata Vilas. He was known to co-ordinate the colour schemes of the actors' outfits with the sets designed for the film.