Thaaliya Salangaiya

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Thaaliya Salangaiya
Directed by T. R. Ramanna
Screenplay by Vietnam Veedu Sundaram
Story by M. K. Indira
Produced byM. Sivaprakasam
Starring Vanisri
CinematographyM. A. Rahman
Edited byT. A. Thangaraj
Music by K. V. Mahadevan
Sarojini Movies
Release date
  • 13 April 1977 (1977-04-13)

Thaaliya Salangaiya (transl.The thaali ? Or the anklets?) is an 1977 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by T. R. Ramanna. The film stars Vanisri and Muthuraman. It is a remake of the Kannada film Gejje Pooje . The film was released on 13 April 1977.





Thaaliya Salangaiya, a remake of Kannada film Gejje Pooje, [1] [2] was directed by T. R. Ramanna and produced by M. Sivaprakasam under Sarojini Movies. [3] The screenplay was written by Vietnam Veedu Sundaram. [3] Cinematography was handled by M. A. Rahman and editing by T. A. Thangaraj. [3] Television actress Srilekha made her acting debut with this film portraying Muthuraman's sister. [4]


Soundtrack was composed by K. V. Mahadevan and lyrics by Kannadasan. [2] [5]

Track listing
1."Alamelu Mangai" P. Susheela  
2."Kaamarasam"Kovai Soundarrajan 
3."Thaaliya" Vani Jairam  

Release and reception

Thaaliya Salangaiya was released on 13 April 1977. [6] Kanthan of Kalki praised the acting performance of Vanisri and other actors and concluded Ramanna has directed the film well. [1]

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