|Directed by||S. A. Chandrasekhar|
|Produced by||Shoba Chandrasekhar|
|Screenplay by||S. A. Chandrasekhar|
|Story by||Shoba Chandrasekhar|
|Cinematography||R. P. Imayavaramban|
|Edited by||Gautham Raju|
Naalaiya Theerpu (Tomorrow's Verdict) is a Tamil action-drama film directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar and produced and written by his wife Shoba Chandrasekhar which marked the debut of their son Vijay in the lead role alongside Keerthana and Easwari Rao. The film which also featured Srividya, Radharavi and Sarath Babu, had music composed by newcomer Manimekalai, cinematography by R. P. Imayavaramban and editing by Gautham Raju. The film released to mixed reviews on 4 December 1992 and ended as a box office failure. It was later dubbed in Hindi as Faisla Uparwale Ka.
- Vijay as Vijay
- Srividya as Mahalakshmi, Vijay's mother
- Radha Ravi as Arun Mehta
- Vinu Chakravarthy as Sundaramoorthy
- Sarath Babu as Priya's brother
- Dhamu as Dhamu, Vijay's friend
- Srinath as Vijay's friend
- Mansoor Ali Khan as an Inspector
- K. R. Vijaya as a Judge
- S. S. Chandran as a MLA
- Gowtham Sundararajan as Rocky, Arun Mehta's son
- Easwari Rao as Rani, Sundaramoorthy's daughter
- Jaiganesh as Rajasekhar, College Principal
- Pandu as a Poramboku
- S. N. Surendar
|1||Aayiram Erimalai||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||04:49|
|2||Ammadi Rani||S. N. Surendar, Minmini||04:51|
|3||Maapillai Naan||S. N. Surendar, Minmini, Manimekalai||07:41|
|5||Udalum Indha||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra||04:35|
|6||Udalum Indha (Sad)||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||04:30|
|7||Vaadai Kulirkaathu||K. S. Chithra||04:58|
- Naalaiya Theerpu incurs loss of Rs.90 lakh
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