Director: S.M. Sriramulu Naidu; Producer: S.M. Sriramulu Naidu; Cinematographer: Rustam M. Irani; Editor: S. Surya; Cast: P.U. Chinnappa, T.S. Balaiah, N.S. Krishnan, K. Vasudeva Rao, M.R. Santana Lakshmi, M.S. Sarojini, T.A. Madhuram, A. Sakuntala, S. Krishna Sastry, V.V.S. Mani, B. Rajagopala Iyer, K.N. Kolathu Mani, K.R. Nagaraja Iyer, N. Thyagarajan, Seetalakshmi, P.S. Gnanam, P.S. Chandra, A.R. Sakuntala, L. Saroja, M.K. Bapuji, S.R. Janaki
Duration: 03:38:03; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 129.223; Saturation: 0.026; Lightness: 0.285; Volume: 0.199; Cuts per Minute: 10.681
Summary: This is a folk myth in which Lord Shiva produces a third son named Kathavarayan who is brought up by hunters. Kathavarayan falls in love with a celestial girl named Ilankanni. When Kathavarayan tries to make love to her, she drowns herself. But she is reborn as a princess. She is named as Aryamala. Kathavarayan falls in love with Aryamala. He tries many tricks changing his form into creatures. Once he turns into a parrot and goes to her palace. She becomes fond of the parrot. But he takes his usual form and ties knot to Aryamala while she is sleeping. Aryamala is shocked and she tries to drown herself again. But Lord Vishnu saves her. He turns her into a stone. But later when Kathavarayan touches the stone Aryamala regains her form. Kathavarayan is imprisoned by the King. However, Lord Vishnu intervenes and settles everything amicably. Kathavarayan and Aryamala are married and lived happily ever after.