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Digambara Samiyar| 1950
Digambara Samiyar is a 1950 Indian Tamil film, directed by T. R. Sundaram and produced by Modern Theatres. The film stars M.N. Nambiar, D.Balasubramaniam, M. S. Draupadi, P.V. Narasimha Bharathi, V. K. Ramasamy, T. K. Ramachandran and M. G. Chakrapani in lead roles. Music of the film was composed by G. Ramanathan and S. M. Subbaiah Naidu. more»
Kulama Gunama| 1971
Sivaji is a highly respectable man in his village. He works tirelessly for the welfare of his society and hardly spends time with his wife Padmini. Padmini has no child after many years of marriage. Jaishankar is Sivaji's younger brother and is in love with Vanisri, daughter of Nambiar who is the owner of a grocery store. Nambiar adulterates almost all his products in his shop and sells them at a highly priced rate. People got no choice but to buy stuff for their daily life as this is the only grocery shop in the entire village. Sivaji puts a full stop to this by inaugurating a grocery shop owned by the village cooperative society, after which Nambiar begins to incur losses as people no longer buy from his shop. After knowing that his daughter is in love with Sivaji brother, Nambiar plans to make use of this to separate the brothers. Sivaji is initially reluctant to this marriage, but agrees eventually after talkin g to Vanisri and learning about her good character. Post their marriage, Padmini and Vanisri lead the family like un-biological sisters. Vanisri pays no heed to her parents whom wanted a separate share for Jaishankar and herself. Their motive goes in vain. Both Padmini and Vanisri get conceived at the same time and during the child birth, ironically Vanisri baby is born dead. Unknown to Vanisri, Padmini gives her son to her. Nambiar persuade Jaishankar to ask for his family share and Sivaji is shocked to hear this. Sivaji, in an emotional climax gives his brother 2 choices, either to chose him or his entire family wealth in a subtle way. In the end, it is revealed that Vanisri knows the fact that her son is indeed Padmini's and they all live together happily. more»