The Maharaja of Thejavathi has a snobbish daughter, Vidhyakumari, of marriageable age. One of his court ministers' would like her to be his daughter-in-law, but she refuses, and her wrath knows no end when she is tricked into marrying a lowly, naive, and illiterate youth. How will she adjust to life and continue being a Rajkumari constitutes the rest of the story. Written by
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Kalidas released on Diwali, 31 October 1931-the only Tamil film-that year. It received critical acclaim and became a commercial success, grossing 75000 (US$1,300) against a budget of 8000 (US$130). See more