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Directed by  Dasari Yoganand
Screenplay by  Rajendra
Music by  Vedha
Music director  Vedha
Produced by  V. Govindarajan
Story by  Murasoli Maran
Director  Dasari Yoganand
Written by  Murasoli Maran
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Starring  S. S. Rajendran K. Balaji S. V. Ranga Rao Pandari Bai Mynavathi T. R. Ramachandran
Cast  S S Rajendran, Pandari Bai, Mynavathi, S V Ranga Rao, T R Ramachandran
Similar  Mani Osai, Raja, Veerathirumagan, Enga Mama, Mannadhi Mannan

Tamil old yethanai kodi panamirunthalum anbu enge 1958


Anbu Engey (தமிழ்': அன்பு எங்கே? , English:Where is the love?) is 1958 black-and-white Indian Tamil drama film directed by D. Yoganand and produced by V. Govindarajan. It's story was written by Murasoli Maran and screenplay by Rajendra. The film stars S. S. Rajendran, K. Balaji, Pandari Bai and S. V. Ranga Rao in the lead roles with Devika, T. R. Ramachandran, Manorama and Mynavathi in supporting roles. The film was ran away successfully.

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Tamil old dingiri dingale meenakshi dingiri dinkale anbu enge 1958


Plot

The story revolves around a rich man (S. V. Ranga Rao) with two sons (K. Balaji and S. S. Rajendran) and a daughter (Mynavathi). The father is a gambler and the elder son (Balaji) a womaniser is an alcoholic. He however ends up marrying a traditional woman (Pandari Bai), who takes it upon herself to reform the family. The family maid (Devika) takes care of the younger son (Rajendran) and the two marry with blessings of the family.

Cast

  • S. S. Rajendran as Somu, Masilamani's Younger Son
  • K. Balaji as Ramu, Masilamani's Elder Son
  • Pandari Bai as Amudha, Ramu's Wife
  • S. V. Ranga Rao as Masilamani Mudaliar, Somu, Ramu & Kamu's Father
  • Devika as Parvathi, Masilamani's House Maid
  • T. R. Ramachandran as Appavu, Kamu's Husband
  • Mynavathi as Kamu, Daughter of Masilamani
  • Manorama as Guest Appearance
  • V. S. Raghavan as Guest Appearance
  • S. A. Ashokan as Guest Appearance
  • Suriyakala as Mala
  • Lakshmi Prabha as Alamelu, Masilamani's Wife
  • S. D. Subbulakshmi as Amudha's Mother
  • Crew

  • Director = D. Yoganand
  • Producer = K. Govindarajan
  • Script = Murasoli Maran
  • Art = Cot Gahangar
  • Stills = R. N. Nagaraja Rao
  • Processing = Sardul Singh Sethy
  • Audiography9song) = E. I. jeeva, T. S. Rangasamy and R. Rajagopal
  • Audiography(dialogue) = M. Nageswaran
  • publicity = Baktha
  • Choreography = Chinni - Sambath, Chopra and Jayaraman
  • Reception

    S. S. Rajendran as the younger son excels after his successful debut in Muktha Srinivasan 's muthalali Pandari Bai gave a dignified performance as the wife.

    Soundtrack

    The music was composed by Vedha, with lyrics written by Pattukottai Kalyanasundaram, Kannadasan, Thanjai N. Ramaiah Doss. Vindhan and Seetharaman. Playback singers are T. M. Soundararajan, A. M. Rajah, K. Jamuna Rani, P. Leela, P. Suseela, R. Balasaraswathi Devi & Radha Jayalakshmi.

    The two songs Melay Parakkum rockettu and Dingiri Dingale (the songs with Baila music, which in turn was influenced by Portuguese music) topped the charts. The songs were rendered. It songs are still remembered by film buffs.

    Songs

    1Melae Parakkum RockettuJamuna Rani3:28
    2Amirtha YogamT M Soundararajan - P Leela3:17
    3Aana Aavanna?Jamuna Rani3:16

    References

    Anbu Engey Wikipedia


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