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Veerapandiya Kattabomman is a 1959 Indian Tamil-language historical war film produced and directed by B. R. Panthulu. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Gemini Ganesan, Padmini, S. Varalakshmi, and Ragini, with V. K. Ramasamy and Javar Seetharaman in supporting roles. Its soundtrack and score were composed by G. Ramanathan.

The film is loosely based on the story of Veerapandiya Kattabomman, the 18th-century South Indian chieftain who rebelled against the East India Company. It was an adaptation of the play of the same name by Sakthi T. K. Krishnasamy which featured Sivaji Ganesan as the title character, and premiered in August 1957. The film is known for its powerful dialogues, patriotic theme, and Sivaji Ganesan's performance as Kattabomman.


Plot Summary

The film begins with a brief history of the Polygar (Palaiyakkarar) system in Tamil Nadu and the role of Veerapandiya Kattabomman, one of the chieftains of Panchalankurichi, in opposing the British rule. The film then depicts the events leading to Kattabomman's rebellion against the East India Company, who demand taxes and levies from the Polygars. Kattabomman refuses to pay and declares his independence from the British. He is supported by his brother Oomaithurai and his friend Vellaiyathevan, a chieftain of Nerkattumseval. He also falls in love with Vellaiyamma, Vellaiyathevan's sister.

The British try to capture Kattabomman by various means, such as bribing his neighbouring Polygar Ettappan, sending spies and agents, and provoking him to war. Kattabomman resists all these attempts and fights bravely against the British forces led by Major Bannerman and Jackson. He also receives support from other Polygars such as Dheeran Chinnamalai and Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja. However, he is betrayed by Ettappan who informs the British of his whereabouts. Kattabomman is captured by the British after a fierce battle at Kayathar. He is tried by a military court and sentenced to death by hanging. He faces his execution with courage and dignity, inspiring his people to continue the struggle for freedom.


  • Sivaji Ganesan as Veerapandiya Kattabomman

  • Gemini Ganesan as Vellaiyathevan

  • Padmini as Vellaiyamma

  • S. Varalakshmi as Jakkamma

  • Ragini as Sundaravadivu

  • V. K. Ramasamy as Ettappan

  • Javar Seetharaman as Major Bannerman

  • O.A.K. Thevar as Oomaithurai

  • M.R. Santhanam as Dhaanapathi

  • Subramania Pillai as Kuladeivam

  • V.R. Rajagopal as Kariyappan

  • A. Karunanidhi as Sundaralingam

  • Pakkiri Samy as Ponnan

  • Stunt Somu as Gopal Iyer

  • Srinivasan as K.V. Dubash

  • S.A. Kannan as Captain Davison

  • C.R. Parthiban as Jackson Durai (W.C.Jackson)

  • T.P. Muthulakshmi as Kamatchi


The film was produced and directed by B.R.Panthulu under his banner Padmini Pictures. The screenplay was written by Sakthi T.K.Krishnasamy, based on his own play of the same name. The dialogues were written by Ma. Po. Sivagnanam. The cinematography was done by W.R.Subba Rao and the editing by R.Devarajan. The art direction was handled by A.K.Sekhar and Ganga. The film was shot in Technicolor, the first full-length Tamil film to do so. The film was shot mainly in Jaipur and Madras, with some scenes in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. The film's budget was estimated to be around 6 million, making it one of the most expensive films of its time.


The music for the film was composed by G.Ramanathan, who also won an international award for his work. The lyrics were written by Ku.Ma.Balasubramaniam, Kannadasan, and Thanjai N.Ramaiah Dass. The film had nine songs, which were sung by P.B.Sreenivas, P.Susheela, Sirkazhi Govindarajan, T.M.Soundararajan, S.Varalakshmi, A.P.Komala, and L.R.Eswari. The songs were well received by the audience and are still popular today. Some of the notable songs are:

  • "Inbam Pongum Vennila" - P.B.Sreenivas and P.Susheela

  • "Kannan Pirandhan" - Sirkazhi Govindarajan

  • "Singara Velane Deva" - S.Janaki

  • "Vandha Naal Mudhal" - T.M.Soundararajan and P.Susheela

  • "Yaaradi Nee Mohini" - S.Varalakshmi

Release and Reception

The film premiered in London on 10 May 1959, and was released in Tamil Nadu six days later. It was critically acclaimed for its direction, screenplay, cinematography, music, and performances. Sivaji Ganesan's portrayal of Kattabomman received widespread praise and is considered one of his best roles. However, some film scholars and historians criticized the film for its historical inaccuracies and glorification of Kattabomman. The film was a commercial success, running for over 25 weeks in theatres and becoming a silver jubilee film. It also won several awards, both nationally and internationally.


The film won the following awards:

  • National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil - Certificate of Merit (1959)

  • Afro-Asian Film Festival - Best Film (1960)

  • Afro-Asian Film Festival - Best Actor (Sivaji Ganesan) (1960)

  • Afro-Asian Film Festival - Best Music Director (G.Ramanathan) (1960)

Veerapandiya Kattabomman Tamil Movie Download

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