Shantha Sakkubai

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Shantha Sakkubai
Shantha Sakkubai.jpg
Poster of film Shantha Sakkubai
Directed by Sundar Rao Nadkarni
Produced by Salem Shankar Films
Starring K. Aswathamma,
Bannibai,
K. Sarangapani,
Kothamangalam Seenu,
Kothamangalam Subbu,
P. G. Venkatesan,
S. S. Rajamani,
K. Aranganayaki,
T. S. Krishnaveni,
M. A. Ganapathi Bhat
Music by Songs : Papanasam Sivan
Background Score : Thuraiyur Rajagopala Sarma
Edited by Sundar Rao Nadkarni
Release date
1939
Language Tamil

Shantha Sakkubai is a 1939 Tamil-language Indian film starring K. Aswathamma, Bannibai, K. Sarangapani, Kothamangalam Seenu, Kothamangalam Subbu, P. G. Venkatesan, S. S. Rajamani, K. Aranganayaki, T. S. Krishnaveni, M. A. Ganapathi Bhat and Sundar Rao Nadkarni. The film was directed by Sundar Rao Nadkarni.

Production[edit]

The film was a devotional movie based on a Marathi folk tale. Most of the actors in the film were Kannada-speakers. The leading role was played by the Kannada actress Aswathamma. The music for the film was composed by Thuraiyur Rajagopala Sarma and the lyrics were written by Papanasam Sivan. Rajagopala Sarma appears in a Pandharpur festival sequence singing a bhajan. Sundar Rao Nadkarni too appears in the movie, singing and dancing an abhang.[1]

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