Puthiya Thiruppangal (English: New turns) is a 2017 Indian Tamil thriller film directed by Sringaram fame Sharada Ramanathan, starring Nandha and Andrea Jeremiah. The film deals with the subject of child trafficking.
The film was initially titled Thiruppangal but was later renamed as Pudhiya Tiruppangal. Reports claimed that singer-turned-actress Andrea Jeremiah would play a prostitute, but Sharada clarified that she portrays a journalist in the film. Bollywood actress-cum-model Surveen Chawla makes her Tamil film debut in an important role, while newcomer Darani plays the 13-year-old child who is trafficked. Madhu Ambat, who had won a National Film Award for his work in Sharada's debut film Sringaram was signed as the cinematographer again, while Vidyasagar agreed to compose the film's music. The director will be introducing Rajalakshmi as editor in this film.
The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Vidyasagar. The soundtrack received positive reviews from music critics. Behindwoods quoted "Vidyasagar in fine form".