|Directed by||R. M. Krishnaswamy|
|Screenplay by||A. L. Narayanan|
|Based on||Abalai Anjugam|
by Ki. Ra. Gopalan
|Produced by||R. M. Krishnaswamy|
|Starring|| T. R. Mahalingam |
V. R. Rajagopal
T. A. Madhuram
M. N. Rajam
|Cinematography||P. Madhusoodhana Rao|
|Edited by||R. M. Venugopal|
|Music by||K. V. Mahadevan|
|Distributed by||Parthiban Productions|
Abalai Anjugam (transl. Helpless Anjugam) is a 1959 Indian Tamil-language film produced and directed by R. M. Krishnaswamy. The film, based on the short story of the same name by Ki. Ra. Gopalan, stars T. R. Mahalingam and Sowkar Janaki.
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Anjugam is a helpless young woman who is pushed into great difficulties including a charge of theft. However, she overcomes them and the story has a happy ending. 
Compiled from the review article in The Hindu  and from the database of Film News Anandan. 
The film is based on the short story of the same name by Ki. Ra. Gopalan. 
Music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan while the lyrics were penned by Udumalai Narayana Kavi, Suratha, A. Maruthakasi, Thanjai Marimuthu, A. L. Narayanan, Thanjai N. Ramaiah Dass and Kannadasan.  After poet Suratha wrote the first para (Pallavi) of the song Vennilaa Kudai Pidikka differences cropped up between him and the composer. The poet refused to write the rest of the song even after any amount of coaxing by Udumalai Narayana Kavi who invited Suratha to write the song. Thereafter Udumalai Narayana Kavi wrote the completing lines of the song. However, credit was given to Suratha only in the film. 
|1||"Keezhe Bhoomi, Maele Vaanam"||S. C. Krishnan, A. L. Raghavan & P. Leela||Udumalai Narayana Kavi|
|2||"Nal Vazhiye Nadandhu"||T. R. Mahalingam|
|3||"Pirapokkum Ellaa Uyirkum"|
|4||"Ikkaraikku Akkarai Pachai"||Thanjai Marimuthu|
|5||"Thoondil Poattu Izhutha"||A. L. Narayanan|
|6||"Pazhikaara Ulagamadaa Idhu"||A. Maruthakasi|
|7||"Vennilaa Kudai Pidikka"||T. R. Mahalingam & P. Susheela||Suratha & Udumalai Narayana Kavi||03:30|
|8||"Daaladikkum Paappaa Jaaliyaaga"||P. Leela||Thanjai Ramaiah Dass|
|9||"Adichadhu Paar Onnaam Nambar"||A. L. Raghavan & A. G. Rathnamala|
|10||"Ilaya Kanniyin Azhagiya"||T. R. Mahalingam & S. Janaki||Kannadasan|
Film historian Randor Guy says the film "fared fairly well at the box office". 
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