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Mr. Kaun (also known as Mr. Kaun: The Ultimate Love Story) is a 1993 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film directed by A. S. Babu. The film features Sarath Kumar and Jyothi Lakshmi, with the story written by Thotta Tharani and dialogues written by Sivaji Ganeshan. The film was released on 15 November 1993.
Siva (Sarath Kumar) is a kind and happy-go-lucky guy who lives with his mother and sister in Chennai. He gets married to Jyothi (Jyothi Lakshmi) after knowing her for just 2 years. Over time, he learns to tolerate his wife’s temper. Then it is his wife’s turn to return the favour. How life goes on is what the film portrays.
Sarath Kumar as Siva
Jyothi Lakshmi as Jyothi
Amritha as Latha (Siva’s sister)
Thara as Siva’s mother
Sarath Kumar agreed to make his directorial debut, following the success of his own father’s Thanga Kannukku Yaaro (1992). After completing college, Kumar decided to make a comedy film in his own words. Although he initially thought about making a comedy on the lines of Veera, Kumar later decided on a comedic love story. Sarath and Jyothi play a newly-married couple with the actress making her debut as a leading lady. Thotta Tharani was signed on to write the script after Kumar narrated a 15-minute screenplay. The film was produced by G. D. Parthasarathy.
The film was shot in ten days and began production in Chennai’s Alwarthirunagar, with post-production handled by H. S. Ven
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