|Directed by||T. R. Raghunath|
|Produced by||Lena Chettiar|
|Starring|| C. Honnappa Bhagavathar |
S. P. L. Dhanalakshmi
|Distributed by||Murugan Talkies|
Prabhavathi is a 1944 Indian Tamil-language Hindu mythological film directed by T. R. Raghunath and produced by Lena Chettiar. The film stars Honnappa Bhagavathar and S. P. L. Dhanalakshmi. It was released on 6 August 1944, and was not commercially successful.
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The film revolves around the Hindu god Krishnan, his son Pradyumnan, the sage Naradar and his mischief-making activities, Pradyumnan being cursed by a sage into becoming a woman, how he is relieved of the curse due to Krishnan's involvement, and how Pradyumnan and his love interest Mayavathi are reunited.  
Prabhavathi was directed by T. R. Raghunath and produced by Lena Chettiar, under the production banner Krishna Pictures. Krishna, a male character, was played by Raghunath's wife M. S. Saroja.  
|1||"Jegathambikaiye"||S. P. L. Dhanalakshmi||02:47|
|2||"Neeyethunai Devathi Deva"||K. Mahadevan Iyer|
|3||"Nallor Paninthida Ullang Kaninthidum"||K. Mahadevan Iyer|
|4||"Varuvare Varuvare"||T. R. Rajakumari|
|5||"Engum Eppozhutham Vilaiyatta"||C. Honnappa Bhagavathar, K. Mahadevan Iyer, T. R. Rajakumari|
|6||"Karthikai Vilakku"||T. A. Mathuram|
|7||"Ododi Vasantham Poovodu Sambandam"||T. R. Rajakumari, C. Honnappa Bhagavathar|
|8||"Kanatha Kashikanden"||S. P. L. Dhanalakshmi||02:20|
|9||"Gomatha Neeye Adharame Shri Gomatha"||T. R. Rajakumari|
|10||"Thiruvadi Malarale Ezhai"||A. R. Sakunthala|
|11||"Mathival Yar Chollum Mathavame"||Background Music|
|12||"Vanithaiyivil Gauthaman Manaivirama"||T. V. Namasivayam|
|13||"Usiravangathe Yindha Odambu Thangadhe"||N. S. Krishnan, T. A. Mathuram||02:50|
|14||"Nilavo Alathu Mugamo"||C. Honnappa Bhagavathar, S. P. L. Dhanalakshmi|
|15||"Maran Varuki"||Dance Music|
|16||"Marumalithai Soodumthirumal Magan Enge"||T. R. Rajakumari|
|17||"Thirumathu Valar Ponnadu Ennadu"||P. A. Periyanayaki|
|18||"Vellimalai Kethirai"||P. A. Periyanayaki||02:50|
|19||"Chandravathana Enthanmathana"||S. P. L. Dhanalakshmi, C. Honnappa Bhagavathar|
|20||"En Thadumarugindrai"||K. Mahadevan Iyer||02:24|
|21||"Chithamirangatha Madha"||C. Honnappa Bhagavathar||02:45|
|22||"Vanavargal Thuyartheera Makitasarar"||C. Honnappa Bhagavathar|
Prabhavathi was released on 6 August 1944, and was distributed by Murugan Talkies.  The film was not a commercial success, but film historian Randor Guy said it would be "Remembered for being one of the early movies of the glamour girl Rajakumari". 
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