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Paar Magale Paar (1963)

Zamindar Sivalingam (Sivaji Ganesan) is married to Lakshmiammal (Sowcar Janaki) and takes his family's prestige and heritage very seriously. Dancer Sulochana and Lakshmiammal have baby ... See full synopsis »

Director:

A. Bhimsingh

Writers:

Arurdoss (dialogue), Valampuri Somanathan (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Shivaji Ganesan
Showkar Janaki ... Lakshmi
Aachi Manorama ... Aaravelli (as Manorama)
R. Muthuraman R. Muthuraman ... Shekar (as Muthuraman)
Pushpalata Pushpalata ... Kantha
M.R. Radha ... Natraj
A.V.M. Rajan A.V.M. Rajan ... Sundaram
V.K. Ramasamy V.K. Ramasamy ... Ramaswamy
Cho Ramaswamy Cho Ramaswamy ... (as Cho Ramasawamy)
C.R. Vijayakumari C.R. Vijayakumari ... Chandra (as Vijayakumari)
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Zamindar Sivalingam (Sivaji Ganesan) is married to Lakshmiammal (Sowcar Janaki) and takes his family's prestige and heritage very seriously. Dancer Sulochana and Lakshmiammal have baby girls at the same time in the same hospital.

Sivalingam is not in town at the time of the delivery and his close friend Ramaswamy (V. K. Ramasamy) takes care of Lakshmiammal. When the babies are taken for cleaning by the nurses, there is a short circuit and both nurses die. There is no way of identifying the babies. Sulochana who was abandoned by her husband, leaves the hospital. The doctor (Thambaram Lalitha) brings both babies to Lakshmiammal and she is not able to identify her baby either.

Sivalingam arrives and seeing both babies in the room assumes he has twins. Knowing how important the family line is to him, Lakshmiammal, Ramaswamy and the doctor don't tell him the truth. Both girls, Chandra (Vijayakumari) and Kantha (Pushpalatha) grow up as the zamindar's daughters. Sulochana's brother, Nadaraj (M...

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India

Language:

Tamil

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Full of tears
8 January 2002 | by chembaiSee all my reviews

Bhimsingh scripted many a tearjerker success in the 60s, mainly with the help of Sivaji's acting abilities and the Tamil filmgoer's appetite for such stuff. This one belongs right up there: Sivaji leads a happy existence with has wife and two daughters until an old friend lands up with a dark secret. Good songs and some fines performances. But for the tears....


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