Thalaivan (1970 film)
|Directed by||P. A. Thomas & Singhu Muthu|
|Produced by||P. A. Thomas|
|Written by||A.Abdul Muthalib, Dialogues - R.K.Shanmugham|
M. G. Ramachandran|
S. A. Ashokan
|Music by||S.M.Subbhaiya Naïdhu|
|Distributed by||La Thomas Pictures|
THALAIVAN is a 1970 Tamil language thriller film directed by P. A. Thomas. The film features M. G. Ramachandran, Vanisree in lead roles, while M. N. Nambiar and S. A. Ashokan were villains on this movie.
The story begins at the time of the end of the reign of last kings of India in our days ( the 70s)...
At the time of seizing it, where he fails moreover, he kills king and puts the blame of this heinous crime on his wife, the queen then pregnant.
All the indications accuse the poor queen who eventually volatilizes.
The only one, Velamma (G.Sakunthala), who could acquit her, is silenced by the threats of Sanguili.
Ilango (MGR), a particularly very effective secret agent (grace, among others, in its total control of the yoga and to his knowledge complete of the well done of healing plants, inherited from his father, Moghan Ram, a herbaliste of big renamed) is sent by its superiors with for mission to stop the actions of Sanguili.
A map is in the center of this case, because she indicates the location exact of the famous treasure, so looked for, for years by Sanguili.
|M. G. Ramachandran||as Ilango (alias Thalaivan), a Indian spy officer|
|M. N. Nambiar||as Sangili|
|S. A. Ashokan||as Bhaïravan|
|O.A.K.Devar||as Soma Sundaram|
|Vanisree||as Usha, Ilango's Lover|
|Jodhilakshimi||as Paruvakodi, the tribal girl|
|S.V.Ramdass||as The king|
|S. Rama Rao||as|
|Trichy Soundararajan||as The commanding officer|
The casting is established according to the original order of the credits of opening of the movie, except those not mentioned
Around the movie
The film, had musical score by S.M.Subbaiah Naïdu. (It was its last composition for MGR)
The film was felt on box-office in this year.
|1||"Arivukku Velaikodu"||T. M. Soundararajan|
|2||"Neerazhi Mandabathil"||P. Susheela, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam|
|3||"Odayile Oru Thamarai Poo"||T. M. Soundararajan, L. R. Eswari|
|4||"Paai Viriththathu"||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela|