|Directed by||A. S. A. Sami|
|Produced by||V. L. Narasu|
|Written by||A. S. A. Samy|
|Screenplay by||A. S. A. Sami|
|Starring|| K. R. Ramasamy |
S. V. Ranga Rao
|Music by||K. N. Dandayudhapani Pillai|
|Edited by||R. Ramamurthi|
|Distributed by||Narasu Studios|
Thuli Visham (transl. One Drop of Poison) is a 1954 Indian Tamil film, directed by A. S. A. Sami and produced by V. L. Narasu under the Narasu Studios banner. The film stars K. R. Ramasamy, Sivaji Ganesan, Krishna Kumari and S. V. Ranga Rao in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. N. Dhandayudapani Pillai. The Telugu version Raja Guruvu was released in the same year.
Adapted from the song bookand the opening credits.
The music was composed by K. N. Dandayudhapani Pillai. Lyrics were by K. P. Kamatchi Sundharam. Singer is K. R. Ramasamy. Playback singers are V. J. Varma, M. L. Vasanthakumari, T. V. Rathinam, Soolamangalam Rajalakshmi, P. Leela & A. G. Rathnamala.
|1||"Vaazhvadharkendre Pirandhom"||K. R. Ramasamy||K. P. Kamatchi Sundharam||02:31|
|2||"Ennai Ariyaamal Varugudhu"||T. V. Rathinam & V. J. Varma||03:08|
|3||"Sammadhittahal Endrum Sandhoshame"||K. R. Ramasamy & Soolamangalam Rajalakshmi||03:37|
|4||"Neengal Varavendum Dhuraiyae"||T. V. Rathinam||02:20|
|5||"Vinnile Thavazhum Madhi"||K. R. Ramasamy|
|6||"Nandraaga Vaazha Vendum"||M. L. Vasanthakumari||04:09|
|7||"Manamilla Malarukkor Magimai Illai"||P. Leela & A. G. Rathnamala||01:28|
|8||"Man Meedhile Ilam Penn Maanikkam"||V. J. Varma||02:27|
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