|Screenplay by||Thuraiyur K. Murthy|
|Story by||Chetan Anand|
|Edited by||M. Vellaisamy,|
S. M. Creations
Poonthalir (transl. Budding flower) is a 1979 Tamil-language Indian feature film, directed by Devaraj-Mohan and starring Sivakumar of the protagonist and Sujatha as the female lead. The music was scored by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was a remake of Hindi film Aakhri Khat (1966).
Ashok (Sivakumar), an artist/sculptor, falls in love with and marries Maya, a poor Keralite woman (Sujatha), but they become separated when Ashok leaves for a prolonged assignment in the USA. When he comes back after a few years and looks for his wife, he receives a letter from her that conveys a strange message to him and he soon finds out that she has died due to a terminal illness and that their child has gone missing. He then starts a desperate search for this lost child with the help of a dedicated police officer and whether he succeeds in his quest forms the rest of the story.
|1||"Gnaan Gnaan Paadanum"||M. G. Vallaban||Jency||4:09|
|2||"Vaa Ponmayile"||Panju Arunachalam||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||3:23|
|3||"Raja Chinna Raja"||Panju Arunachalam||P. Susheela||4:30|
|4||"Manathil Yenna Ninaivugalo"||Panju Arunachalam||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. P. Sailaja||4:17|
|5||"Kannin Mani Ennai Kandupidi"||Jency||M G Vallabhan the lyricist|
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