|Directed by||P. Neelakantan|
|Story by||V. C. Guhanathan|
|Produced by||Kovai Chezhiyan|
|Starring|| M. G. Ramachandran |
|Edited by||G. Kalyanasundaram |
|Music by||M. S. Viswanathan|
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Kumari Kottam is a 1971 Indian Tamil-language film directed by P. Neelakantan. The film features M. G. Ramachandran, Jayalalithaa, Lakshmi, Sachu, S. A. Ashokan, V. K. Ramasamy, R. S. Manohar and Cho Ramaswamy.
The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan. All the songs were super hit. Jayalalithaa acted in dual roles as Kumari and Record dancer Mayadevi. This film was taken in Eastman Colour. It became commercial success, running for more than 100 days in Chennai, Trichy, Madurai and in other major cities. It became Super hit at the box office.
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Somu agrees to marry his daughter to his close friend Muthaiya's son. Muthaiya has helped him in all instances. One day, he gets a letter from his late wife's cousin stating that Somu and his daughter must come to own Somu's father in law's wealth. He refuses the offer as he doesn't have money to go, Muthaiya sells his wife's jewellery to send him. Many years later, Somu and his daughter are leading a luxurious life. Muthaiya's son Gopal enters the house as a gardener. Soon Muthaiya comes to Somu to remind him of his promise to get his daughter married to his son. But he refuses stating he is a mere gardener forgetting all the old sacrifices. Muthaiya is offended in public and attempts suicide, but is saved at the last moment by Gopal. Gopal then promises to teach a lesson to Somu and his daughter.
The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan. All songs were super hits. 
|1||"Ennamma Rani"||T. M. Soundararajan||Alangudi Somu||03:55|
|2||"Adi Maddhalam Kotti"||L. R. Eswari||Alangudi Somu||04:19|
|3||"Aaduvathu Udalukku"||L. R. Eswari||Pulamaipithan||03:12|
|4||"Vanthaan Aaiyah"||T. M. Soundararajan||Kannadasan||04:06|
|5||"Engey Aval"||T. M. Soundararajan||Pulamaipithan||03:23|
|6||"Naam Oruvarai"||T. M. Soundararajan, L. R. Eswari||Vaali||04:13|
Screen criticised the photography, choreography, art direction and music, saying that "With these credits more sophisticated, the very same film would have been ten times more appealing". 
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