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Yaar Kannan is an Indian film director and screenwriter who has worked on Tamil films. He made his debut with the 1985 with the horror film Yaar? and regularly collaborated with Ramarajan in the late 1980s.[1][2]

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Kannan made his debut as a film maker by directing Yaar? (1985), a horror film which gave a breakthrough to actor Arjun in the Tamil film industry. The success of the film prompted the director to use the film's name as a prefix and he subsequently went on to make several films in the late 1980s with Ramarajan including Namma Ooru Nayagan (1988), Anbu Kattalai (1989) and Kaavalan (1990).


Kannan made a comeback with Yuga (2006), a low-budget science-fiction film featuring Richard, 'Ice' Ashok and Manikandan. Produced by fifty eight financiers, the film received negative reviews and performed poorly at the box office.[3] He then supervised the Tamil version of the Telugu film Punnami Naagu featuring Mumaith Khan and helped release it as Pournami Naagam (2010). The film, which was partially dubbed and partially re-shot, failed to recreate the success of the original Tamil version.[4][5] In 2010, he planned a fantasy trilingual film titled Piravi with Master Vinay in the lead role, thought the venture failed to materialise.[6]

He has let several aspiring directors apprentice under him, including Azhagan Selva of Azhagumagan, Suriya Nithi of Vilambaram and actor Maruthi of Marumunai.[7][8][9] In the 2010s, Kannan has made appearances as an actor in films, working twice with director Prabhu Solomon and with director Ponram in the film Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam.[10][circular reference]


1982VadivangalTamil & Telugu
1985Yaar?Tamil & Telugu
1986Unnai Onru KetpenTamil
1986Kanne KaniyamutheTamil
1988Namma Ooru NayaganTamil
1989Anbu KattalaiTamil
2010Pournami NagamTamil
Lyrics Writer
  • More than 20 Tamil Films & TV Serials
  • Including the Very Popular Song 'Allithantha Boomi Annai Allava' in the Film 'Nandu' Music Composed by 'Ilayaraja'
  • Jenmam X (Vijay TV)
  • Jananam (Mega TV)
  • Anupallavi (Sun TV)
Acted in Films

Remarkable leading role in the Following Films

  • Pazhani (2008)
  • Kumki (2012)
  • Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam (2013)
  • Kayal (2014)
  • Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai (2015)
  • Manithan (2016)
  • Kadalai (2016)
Acted in Serials
Shakthi RajendranMalligai MullaiTamil
UTVJenmum - XTamil
RevathiChinna Chinna AasaiTamil
Vista VisionMangaiTamil
Sathya Jyothi FilmsGopuramTamil
Vista VisionAvalum PenthaneTamil
Mega TVJananamTamil
Ramya Krishnan & Kutti PadminiKalasamTamil
Abinaya CreationPallavi Anu PallaviTamil
Acting in Up-Coming Films

Remarkable leading role in the Following Films Tales of destiny 2 characters.

  • Karuppasamypuram
  • Madaithiranthu (Tamil & Telugu)
  • Katraai Malayaai Kadhalaai
  • Venkatasubramani Mike Testing 1-2-3
  • Pichuvakathi


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Former title card of the show while it was known as Mun Jenmam முன்ஜென்மம் Genre Presented by Country of origin India Original language(s) No. Of seasons 1 No.

Of episodes 39 Production Running time approx. 45-50 minutes per episode Release Original network Original release 19 November 2011 ( 2011-11-19) – 12 August 2012 ( 2012-08-12) External links Mun Jenmam (: முன்ஜென்மம்) is a 2011-2012 Indian- which aired on from 19 November 2011 to 12 August 2012 for 39 episodes. The show is hosted by television presenter. The show was initially presented by, a famous actor in. Contents. About the show The show is noted for its interesting part on the person's past life. Vethamalika interviews patients under hypnosis and brings out the events in past lives that have connection with problems of the patients in current life.