vietnam veedu
vietnam veedu tamil film

Vietnam Veedu (Eng: Vietnam House) is a 1970 Indian Tamil-language drama film, directed by P. Madhavan and written by Sundaram. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan and Padmini, with Nagesh, K. A. Thangavelu, Srikanth, M. Bhanumathi and Rama Prabha in supporting roles. Produced by Sivaji Productions, it is based on Sundaram’s play of the same name. The film was released on 11 April 1970 and became a commercial success. It won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film. The film was remade in Telugu as Vintha Samsaram (1971).
“Prestige” Padmanabhan Iyer, the manager of a reputed company, lives with his wife Savithri, sons Sridhar and Murali, and a daughter. He is famous for living with prestige and is a keen observer of status in all matters. Sridhar is married while Murali is looking for a job. With his hard earned money, Padmanabhan buys his ancestral house, sold earlier due to poverty and names it “Vietnam Veedu” because of the constant tiffs among the family members, similar to the Vietnam War. His major problem is that he is unable to come to terms with his children’s behaviour. He retires from his job, is unable to accept the situation, and gets worried about how his sons will manage the family. Added to this, they spoil his “Prestige” image.

Directed by P. Madhavan
Written by Sundaram
Based on Vietnam Veedu by Sundaram
Produced by Sivaji Ganesan
Starring Sivaji Ganesan, Padmini
Cinematography P. N. Sundaram
Edited by R. Devarajan
Music by K. V. Mahadevan
Production Sivaji Productions
Release date 11 April 1970
Running time 164 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil


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