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| 1936 (1936)|Usha Kalyanam Wikipedia
Usha Kalyanam is a 1936 Tamil-language film directed by K. Subramaniam.The film starred S. D. Subbulakshmi, C. V. V. Panthulu and G. Pattu Iyer in lead roles.
The film was produced by Murugan Talkies of Madurai, one of the early pioneers of Tamil film production. The company was owned by yarn merchants of the city. The film was shot in the East India Film Studios in Calcutta and directed by K. Subramanian, one of the early South Indian film pioneers.
The film is based on the Hindu mythological tale of Aniruddha,the grandson of Krishna. Aniruddha and Usha, the daughter of the demon Bakasura fall in love with one another. Bakasura does not assent to their love and imprisons Aniruddha. Aniruddha is saved by Krishna who defeats Bakasura and liberates Aniruddha. Bakasura, eventually, patches up with Krishna and conducts their marriage.