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Language  Tamil
Director  K. R.
Country  India
Thaali Pudhusu movie scenes Manasu Rendum Pudhusu Movie Climax
Release date  10 April 1997 (1997-04-10)

Siragai illatha thaali pudhusu


Thaali Pudhusu is a 1997 Indian Tamil film, directed by K. R., starring Ramki, Suresh and Kushboo Sundar in lead roles. The film, had musical score by Vidyasagar and Raj, and was released on 10 April 1997. The film is a remake of Telugu film Thaali.

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Plot

Arun (Ramki) falls in love at first sight with a bank cashier Seetha (Kushboo Sundar). Arun begins to follow her everywhere. Seetha refuses his love and tells him her past.

In the past, Seetha was from a middle-class family. Seetha's brother-in-law (Thalaivasal Vijay) was a jobless son-in-law and lived with them. Balu (Suresh) was a bank manager and falls in love with Seetha. Mani (Manivannan), Balu's father, a miser, looked for a rich daughter-in-law. Finally, Balu got married with Seetha and the same day, Balu died in a crossfire. So Mani refused to keep Seetha in his house. Later, without money, Mani begged Seetha to come with him and she took her late husband job. Seetha's brother-in-law took his wife's thaali and tied the thaali to Seetha. She immediately removed the thaali.

Arun decides to marry her despite her past. The court cancels the marriage between Seetha and her brother-in-law. Seetha's sister kills her husband to save Seetha's marriage. At the end, Arun and Seetha get married.

Soundtrack

The film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Vidyasagar and Raj. The soundtrack, released in 1997, features 2 tracks with lyrics written by Vasan. The critic give a negative review and he described the tracks as atrocious.

Reception

A critic from hindu.com cited : "there is really nothing new" but praised the comedy tracks.

References

Thaali Pudhusu Wikipedia


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