|Directed by||A. S. A. Sami|
|Screenplay by||A. S. A. Sami|
|Produced by||V. L. Narasu|
|Starring|| K. R. Ramasamy |
|Edited by||R. Ramamurthi|
|Music by||K. N. Dandayudhapani Pillai|
|Distributed by||SR Pictures|
Thuli Visham (transl. A Drop of Poison) is a 1954 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by A. S. A. Sami. The film stars K. R. Ramasamy, Sivaji Ganesan and Krishna Kumari. It was released on 30 July 1954.
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Adapted from the song bookand the opening credits.
The music was composed by K. N. Dandayudhapani Pillai. Lyrics were by K. P. Kamatchi Sundharam.
|"Vaazhvadharkendre Pirandhom"||K. R. Ramasamy||02:31|
|"Ennai Ariyaamal Varugudhu"||T. V. Rathnam & V. J. Varma||03:08|
|"Sammadhittahal Endrum Sandhoshame"||K. R. Ramasamy & Soolamangalam Rajalakshmi||03:37|
|"Neengal Varavendum Dhuraiyae"||T. V. Rathnam||02:20|
|"Vinnile Thavazhum Madhi"||K. R. Ramasamy|
|"Nandraaga Vaazha Vendum"||M. L. Vasanthakumari||04:09|
|"Manamilla Malarukkor Magimai Illai"||P. Leela & A. G. Rathnamala||01:28|
|"Man Meedhile Ilam Penn Maanikkam"||V. J. Varma||02:27|
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