Director: T.R. Raghunath; Cinematographer: P.S. Selvaraj; Editor: S.A. Murugesh; Cast: T.R. Ramachandran, K.A. Thangavelu, Lalitha, Padmini, Ragini, S.V. Sahasranamam, V.K. Ramasamy, T.K. Ramachandran, C.K. Saraswathi, D. Balasubramanyam, C.V. Nayagam, C.S. Pandian, Kaka Radhakrishna, N.R. Leela, M. Nirmala, M.S.S. Bhagyam
Summary: A young man (Nayagam) who is wrongly convicted for a bank robbery leaves his young daughter behind to serve a seven-year sentence in prison. She is involved in a car accident. The car owner, a rich man, (Balasubramaniam) brings her up as his own, changing her name (Padmini). A college-going girl (Lalitha) drawn to the world of entertainment runs away from home and joins a drama troupe run by TRR assisted by a crooked manager (T. K. Ramachandran). Sahasranamam (the rich man's son) is thrown out of the house by his father because of his insistence on going abroad for further studies. The father goes on a long pilgrimage and Sahasranamam coming back meets Padmini who is drawn to him. However, he goes around with the stage actor (Lalitha), creating much gossip. Indeed T. R. Ramachandran is in love with her. Complications ensue and, in the end, it turns out that the young women are the daughters of two brothers and the two couples marry and live happily….
A somewhat complicated story, it was well narrated on screen