kanmani anbodu lyrics

kanmani anbodu lyrics

Male : Kanmani anboda kaadhalan

Female : Naan

Male : Naan

Female : Hmm

Male : Ezhuthum kaditham … letter chi … kaduthasi
Illa kadithamae irukatum … padi

Female : Kanmani anbodu kaadhalan
Naan ezhuthum kadithamae

Male : Ha ha ha … paataavae padichitiyaa
Apa nanum … mothala kanmani sonala
Inga ponmani potuka
Ponmani un veetla sowkiyama
Na inga sowkiyam

Female : Ponmani un veetil sowkiyama
Naan ingu sowkiyame

Male : Unna nenachu paakumbothu kavitha
Manasula aruvi maari kottuthu
Aana atha ezhuthanunu okantha
Antha ezhuthuthan vaartha

Female : Unnai enni paarkaiyil kavithai kottuthu

Male : Athaan

Female : Athai ezhutha ninaikaiyil vaarthai muttuthu

Male : Athae thaan … ah ha … pramaatham
Kavitha kavitha … padi

Female : Kanmani anbodu kaadhalan
Naan ezhuthum kadithamae
Ponmani un veetil sowkiyama
Naan ingu sowkiyamae

Female : Unnai enni paarkaiyil kavithai kottuthu
Athai ezhutha ninaikaiyil vaarthai muttuthu
Oh ho … kanmani anbodu kaadhalan
Naan ezhuthum kadithamae

Male : La la la la la la la la la la …..

Female : Ponmani un veetil sowkiyama
Naan ingu sowkiyamae

Male : La la la la la la la la la la …..

Male : Mmm .. enaku undaana kaayam
Athu thannala aaridum
Athu ennavo theriyala
Enna maayamo theriyala
Enaku onnumae aavarathu illa
Ithayum ezhuthika
Nadula nadula manae thaenae ponmanae
Ithellam potukanum

Male : Itho paaru enaku enna kaayamnalum
En udambu thaangidum
Un udambu thaangumaa
Abirami … abirami abirami

Female : Athayum ezhuthanuma

Male : Haan …
Ithu kaadhal
En kaadhal ennanu sollama
Yenga yenga azhugaiyaa varuthu
Aana naa azhuthu en sogam unna thaakidumo
Apdinu nenaikum pothu varra azhuga kooda ninnuduthu
Manithar unarndhukolla ithu manitha kaadhal alla
Athaiyum thaandi punithamanathu

Female : Undaana kaayamengum thannalae aaripona
Maayam enna ponmanae ponmanae
Enna kaayam aana pothum
En meni thaangi kollum
Unthan meni thaangaathu senthaenae

Male : Enthan kaadhal ennavendru sollamal
Yenga yenga azhugai vanthathu
Enthan sogam unnai thaakum
Endrennumbothu vantha azhugai ninrathu
Manithar unarnthu kolla
Ithu manitha kaadhal alla
Athaiyum thaandi punithamanathu

Male : Abiramiyae thaalaatum saamiyae
Naan thaanae theriyuma
Sivagamiyae sivanil neeyum paathiyae
Athuvum unaku puriyuma

Male : Suba laali laaliyae laali laaliyae
Abirami laaliyae laali laaliyae
Abiramiyae thaalaatum samiyae
Naan thaanae theriyuma unaku puriyuma

Female : La la la la la la la la la la …

Male : La la la la la la la la la la …

Female : Lala lala lala la … lala lala lala la

Male : Lala lala lala la … lala lala lala la

Kamal Haasan

The former actor turned politician has been campaigning for the DMK party since he joined politics in 2011. He rose to fame with his role in the Tamil film industry, playing the lead character in over 80 films. His career took off in the late 1980s and early 1990s, earning him several awards including three National Film Awards and four state awards. In the 2000s, he became one of India’s most successful action stars, starring in many blockbusters such as Vishwaroopam, Kaakka Muttai, Ghajini and Enthiran.

In 2006, Haasan founded the political party Makkal Needhi Mokkai Amma (MNM), which translates to “People First”. MNM was formed to fight corruption and promote social justice. The party won just 0.5% of votes in the 2009 general elections, becoming the third largest party in Parliament. However, it increased its vote percentage to 4.3% in the following election.

Haasan ran for the Indian national parliament in 2004, but lost. He contested the Lok Sabha seat from Chennai Central constituency in 2010 and 2013, winning both times. Haasan announced his decision to contest the 2016 presidential elections on 21 February 2018.

Early life and family

Haasan was born in Chennai, India, to actor Kamal Haasan and actress Saroja Devi. He has three siblings: actors Suresh, Mani and Kavya. His father died of cancer in 1997, while his mother died of cardiac arrest in 2001. Haasan had been living with his maternal grandparents since he turned 18.

He studied at the Stella Maris Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Maduranthakam, where he was taught by Vellore Ramachandran, a prominent figure in Indian theatre, film and literature. After graduating from school, Haasan went on to study medicine at Government Rajaji College, Madurai, but dropped out to pursue acting. In 1970, he joined the drama group of the University of Madras, and performed in several plays.

In 1972, Haasan acted in the play Ananda Bhavanin Kaadhal directed by Muthyala Subbaiah. This led to him being cast in films such as Thirumangai Azhwar (1973), Mudaliar (1975), Nallathambi (1976), Panchavadi Palaykku (1977) and Aalaya Pillai (1978).

After making his debut in 1978 with the Malayalam language film Akale Oruvan, Haasan received critical acclaim for portraying a character named “Vasu”, and won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor. He subsequently became one of the most popular stars in South Indian cinema.

Film career

When a physician friend of his mom, visited AVM to treat his wife, he brought along Haasan with him. Apparently impressed by his demeanor, AVM’s son, Mohanlal, took up acting as well.

In 1962, AVM sent his son to Madras Film Institute to study film making under director K. Subramanyam. He later became one of the founders of Gemini Studios in Chennai. In 1964, he produced his first movie, Thambikku Entha Ooru directed by P. Neelakandan. His second movie Chithiram Pesuthadi was released in 1965.

He married Jaya in 1966. They had three children; Mohanlal, Sheela and Shwetha.

His brother Murali died in 1967.

Haasan won the Kerala State Award for Best Actor in 1969 for his role in the Malayalam movie Njangalkkum Bhagyavatham.

In 1971, he acted in another movie, Thacholi Marumakan Chandu directed by Sathyan Anthikkad. This movie marked the beginning of his successful collaboration with actor Prem Nazir.


Haasan began his career as a dancer assisting choreographers like Sankaradas Swamigal and Kannada director B.R. Panthulu. In 1969, he worked on the dance sequences in the Tamil film Thillana Mohanambikakkum. This led to him being offered a role in the film, where he played a small part as one of the dancers.

In 1971, Haasan assisted in the dances for the Hindi film Aakhri Dao, which starred Shammi Kapoor and Hema Malini. Later that same year, he acted in the Telugu film Maanasupramadhi alongside actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao. For this movie, he received praise for his dancing skills.

In 1973, Haasan became a full-fledged choreographer, working on films such as Manushullu, which starred MGR. He also served as an assistant to choreographer Chinnappa Bhagavathar, who later directed Haasan in several movies.

During this period, Haasan made cameo appearances in films such as the 1975 comedy film Meendum Poonoolum, which starred Gemini Ganesan and Savitri. By 1976, he had left the field of acting and moved into directing.


In 1976, Haasan appeared in the Tamil film Balachander’s Kannathil Muthamittal. He played the role of a police officer named Siva. This was followed by Manmadhanu Oruvan in 1978. Haasan starred alongside Kamal Haasan in both films.

The following year, he acted in another Tamil film, Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah opposite Savitri. He played the role as a doctor. His next release was the Malayalam language film Achanurangatha Veedu. It was directed by P. Venu. Haasan portrayed the character Ravi Nair.

Haasan’s final release of 1979 was the Telugu language film Shanti Nilayam. He played the role Raja Rao.


Haasan began his acting career in the early 1970s, initially playing small parts in Malayalam cinema. He made his debut in the Tamil language with the 1981 film Kizhakku Vasal, followed by Thiruda Thirudi (1982), Anniyan (1984) and En Aasai Machaan (1985). His breakthrough came with the 1982 action film Kaadhalikka Neramillai, directed by Balachander. The success of the film led to him being cast in lead roles in several successful films such as Raja Rani (1983), Karuththamma (1987) and Kaaval Geetham (1988). During the late 1980s, he starred in many commercially successful ventures, including Iruvar (1986), Mouna Ragam (1987), Pudhu Vellithira (1988), Arunachalam (1989), Agni Paravai (1989), Pattathu Yaaru (1990), Naan Mahaan Alla (1991), Yuddha Kadhal (1992), Manichitrathazhga (1993), Ethir Neechal (1994) and Maattukara Veliyettu (1996).

In 1985, Haasan established himself as one of India’s most popular actors, following the commercial success of his role in Kaadhalikka neramilla. He became a household name in Tamil Nadu, where he had been born and raised. He continued to star in successful films throughout the rest of the decade, including Padikkatha Vaanam (1986), Madrasapattinam (1987), Nadodi Kodambakkam (1988), Engal Anna (1989), Anbe Sivam (1989), Kannika Thangachi (1989), Poovellam Unnai (1989), Uravugal (1989), Varavaathesi Porndu (1990), Adimurai (1990), Punnami Paatu (1990), Kalyana Parisu (1990), Idhaya Thamarai (1991), Ponnar Shankaran (1991), Aaytha Ezhuthu (1991), Kalaignan (1991), Naan Sigappu Manithan (1992), Karpoora Singam (1992), Amarkoondaari (1992), Kathadi Ramanna (1992), Mayilpeeli (1992), Kannezhuthupatti (1992), Kuttram 23rd Pulikecei (1992), Kanni Raaja Kottaram (1992), Panchathanthiram (1992), Aaytha Ezhumama (1993), Kadhala Kuzhandhai (1993), Solla Marandha Ketta Kural (1993), Kula Veerulu (1993), Aarohanam (1993), Bharathi Kannamanju (1993), Dheeraveluguru (1993), Eetti (1993), Kizhakkan Pathrose (1993), Neethane En Ponvasantham (1993), Palaiveedu (1993), Pidakkozhi Koovum Pakkathile (1993), Selvaigal Kanda Pathram (1993), Thanga Magale (1993), Thiruvilayadal (1993), Thotta Chinungi (1994), Kannabiran (1994), Kannagi (1995), Kannanum Matrum Ill


In 1990,, a Tamil film starring Kamal Haasan, released. The film won critical acclaim, and earned a record collection box office success, becoming the second highest grossing South Indian film of all time. The film went on to become one of the most successful films in India, and it is often referred to as the “Indian Star Wars”. The film received seven Filmfare Awards nominations and won five awards including Best Actor – Male for Kamal Haasan. The film was followed by four more hits; Vishnuvardhans (1991), Sathyam (1992), Manmadhan (1993) and Deva (1994).

Haasan became the first actor in India to earn over 10 million rupees ($150,000 USD) per movie, and he became the first actor to receive a salary of over $1 million per film. He built his career in the early 1980s, playing supporting roles in several hit films such as Muthu (1980), Pudhu Vasantham (1981), Thillana Mohanambal (1982), Nizhalgal (1983), Naadodigal (1984), En Swasa Kaatre (1985) and Iruvar Ullam (1986). He established himself as a leading man in the late 1980s and early 1990s with films like Jayaprada (1987), Annakutty Kodathi Vilayattu Pillai (1988), Anjatha (1989), Bhagyavantharu (1990), Aarohanam (1991), Yuddham Seisundhe Maathram (1991).


Haasan began making films in 2000, with his debut being Kannathil Muthamittal, starring himself, alongside Sathyaraj, Raadhika and Meera Jasmine. His next release was Kaadhal Moondra, followed by Puthiya Niyogam, featuring him alongside Prabhu Deva and Manisha Koirala. Both films were box office successes. In 2003, he acted in three films; one each in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. In 2005, he acted in five Tamil films, including his most commercially successful venture, Enthiran, which became India’s highest grossing film of all time.

In 2006, Haasan starred in four films, including Naaga, which was his biggest hit worldwide. In 2007, he had seven releases, starting with Iravu, which was a commercial success. In 2008, he acted in eight films, including the critically acclaimed Thalapathi, which won him several awards. Following the release of Mysskin’s Vaaranam Aayiram in 2009, Haasan took a break from acting and focused on producing.

After a two-year hiatus, Haasan announced that he would make his comeback in 2016 with Vishwaroopam 2, a sequel to Vishwaroopam. However, due to production delays, it was released in 2017. In 2018, he signed up for his third collaboration with Mohanlal, titled Mahanubhavan. This too got delayed and was eventually released in 2020.

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