Koduthu Vaithaval is a 1963 Tamil language drama film directed by P. Neelakantan. The film features M. G. Ramachandran, M. R. Radha and E. V. Saroja in lead roles. The film, produced by E. V. Rajan, had musical score by K. V. Mahadevan and was released on 9 February 1963. The film was hit at box-office and ran for 90 days.
Very disadvantaged, from its birth, the unfortunate Meenatchi (Sarodja Ramanna) sees darkening more its existence when she is forced to marry, by her foster mother (M.S.SundariBai), in a simple-minded, Murugan (MGR) !
The obnoxious cruel mother so acts, to take revenge for his young brother, Manickum (S.A.Asogan), a hooligan, arrested for murder and that she wanted at all costs to marry him to the poor Meenatchi, who just refused !
She ignores that she has just picked up the chance of a lifetime, nevertheless!
Indeed, hides behind this husband, ragged, quite dirty, the billionaire Selvam, victim, some times previously, of an assassination attempt, who leaves him also amnesic.
Later, this one finds completely the health, but remembers no more Meenatchi and resumes his previous life, when he was then, betrothed to Nalini (L.Vidjayalakshimi).
As for Meenatchi, far from given up, be going to fight to restore the truth, which apparently, pleases hardly everybody, in particular, the sponsor of the murder, Djambulingam (M.R.Radha), Nalini ‘s father !
From his part, Selvam is going to lead its investigation, helped by good Nadharadja (K.A.Thangavélu), Nalini ‘s elder brother…
Directed by P. Neelakantan
Produced by E. V. Rajan
Written by P. Neelakantan
Screenplay by Dada Mirasi
Story by Dada Mirasi
Starring M. G. Ramachandran, M. R. Radha, E. V. Saroja, K. A. Thangavelu, L. Vijayalakshmi, S. A. Ashokan
Music by K. V. Mahadevan
Cinematography G. Durai
Edited by R. Devarajan
Production E. V. R. Pictures
Distributed by E. V. R. Pictures
Release dates 9 February 1963
Running time 125 mins
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