|Directed by||Robert Asirwatham|
|Story by||S. Rajasekaran|
|Produced by||S. K. Rajagopal|
|Edited by||R. T. Annadurai|
|Music by||Songs: S. A. Rajkumar|
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|Distributed by||K. R. Enterprises|
Paravaigal Palavitham (transl. Birds of different sorts) is a 1988 Indian Tamil-language film directed by Robert-Rajasekar for producer KR. It stars Ramki and Nirosha . The film was remade in Telugu as Chinnari Sneham.
A group of friends in college dream of achieving success in life. However, each one of them face problems with employment or finance that results in them leading an unhappy life.
Besides directing, Robert-Rajasekaran also handled the cinematography.
The music was composed by S. A. Rajkumar.
|1||"Manam Padida"||Swarnalatha, Mano, Dinesh||S. A. Rajkumar|
|2||"Naan Kadanthu"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam|
|3||"Saalaiyoram Pogum"||Malaysia Vasudevan|
|4||"Vaanathila Koodu"||Malaysia Vasudevan|
|5||"Yaar Endru"||S. P. Sailaja, Malaysia Vasudevan|
Paravaigal Palavitham was released on 2 December 1988. The following week, The Indian Express panned the film and said, "It's only Janagaraj's excellent histrionics that comes as a saving grace".