Film poster
Directed by R. S. Mani
Produced by T. R. Sundaram
Starring A. V. M. Rajan
R. S. Manohar
Music by Vedha
Cinematography C. A. S. Mani
Edited by L. Balu
Release dates
Running time
147 mins
Country India
Language Tamil

Chitrangi (Tamil: சித்ராங்கி) is a 1964 Indian Tamil film, directed by R. S. Mani. The film stars A. V. M. Rajan, Pushpalatha and Sheela in the lead roles. It was produced under the banner of Modern Theatres. The soundtrack was composed by Vedha while the lyrics were written by K. M. Balasubramaniam and Vaali.


The king has a brother (AVM. Rajan) and an ambitious commander eyeing the throne (Manohar). Escaping from the kingdom, the brother meets with an accident and is saved by a young woman (Pushpalatha) who takes him to her humble home and looks after him. The two fall in love. The young woman who has no knowledge of her lover's identity marries him and he leaves her even before their wedding night. She suffers in silence, and then sets out to find her husband. She undergoes many trials and tribulations and finally reaches the capital of the kingdom where she is shocked to find that the king is none other than her husband! More intrigues follow preventing her from joining her husband. However, the problems are solved and the two live happily thereafter...




The music was composed by Vedha. Lyrics were written by Ku. Ma. Balasubramaniam and Vaali. Playback singers are T. M. Soundararajan, Thiruchi Loganathan, S. V. Ponnusamy, P. Suseela & K. Jamuna Rani.

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 Nenjinile Niraindha Mugam T. M. Soundararajan, P. Suseela & K. Jamuna Rani Ku. Ma. Balasubramaniam 04:26
2 Anna Nadai Chinna Idai Eppadi K. Jamuna Rani 03:24
3 Indru Vasandha Sondhama T. M. Soundararajan & P. Suseela 03:36
4 Velodu Vilaiyaadum Murugaiyaa P. Suseela 02:42
5 Oyyaari Baamaa Unakkaaga Vaammaa S. V. Ponnusamy & A. G. Rathnamala 03:54
6 Roja Poo Kannattthile Then Paayum P. Suseela 03:17
7 Unakku Onnu Enakku Onnu Irukkudhu Manasu Thiruchi Loganathan & A. G. Rathnamala 03:32
8 Pozhudhu Pularnddhadhu Poo Pole P. Suseela 03:30


Film critic and historian Randor Guy said that the film will be "remembered for the fast-paced narration and deft direction of R. S. Mani".[1]


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