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Rangoon Radha

1956 - TAMIL - MOVIE

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Dharmalinga Mudaliyar, a cunning man who appears as a noble to the outside world. Rangam, his virtuous and long-suffering wife. Dharmalinga also has an eye on his sister-in-law Thangam. In order to marry Thangam and get control of the abundant wealth of the sisters, Dharamlingam ensures that everyone believes that Rangam is possessed by some evil spirit and is slowly becoming insane. Rangoon Radha is a 1956 Indian Tamil-language Drama Family film starring Sivaji Ganesan, P. Bhanumathi, Shivaji Ganesan, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna, M.n. Rajam, S.s. Rajendran and R. Muthuraman. Mekala Pictures was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Mekala Pictures. Rangoon Radha is written by Karunanidhi and directed by A. Kasilingam. Mekala Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Rangoon Radha was released on 15th April 1956 and takes a screen time of 129 mins. Cinematography was done by G. Durai and editing by K. Perumal. The music was composed by T. R. Pappa.
  • Jini Score
    28%
  • Rating
    6.5/10
  • Jini Score
    28%
  • Rating
    6.5/10
Dharmalinga Mudaliyar, a cunning man who appears as a noble to the outside world. Rangam, his virtuous and long-suffering wife. Dharmalinga also has an eye on his sister-in-law Thangam. In order to marry Thangam and get control of the abundant wealth of the sisters, Dharamlingam ensures that everyone believes that Rangam is possessed by some evil spirit and is slowly becoming insane. Rangoon Radha is a 1956 Indian Tamil-language Drama Family film starring Sivaji Ganesan, P. Bhanumathi, Shivaji Ganesan, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna, M.n. Rajam, S.s. Rajendran and R. Muthuraman. Mekala Pictures was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Mekala Pictures. Rangoon Radha is written by Karunanidhi and directed by A. Kasilingam. Mekala Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Rangoon Radha was released on 15th April 1956 and takes a screen time of 129 mins. Cinematography was done by G. Durai and editing by K. Perumal. The music was composed by T. R. Pappa.