|Directed by||Singeetam Srinivasa Rao|
|Produced by||Haasan Brothers|
|Written by||Kamal Haasan|
Y. Gee. Mahendra
|Running time||144 min|
Raja Paarvai (Royal Vision) (1981) is a Tamil language feature film directed by Telugu film director Singeetham Srinivasa Rao. The story was written by Kamal Haasan, for whom the film was also his 100th starrer and first production. The score and soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The film is also known as Amavasya Chandrudu in Telugu. Kamal Haasan got the basic idea of the storyline from "Butterflies are free"((1972), an Oscar winning actress " Goldie Hawn").
This drama tells the tale of a blind violinist, Ragu (Kamal Haasan), and a young lady, Nancy (Madhavi) who is keen on chronicling Ragu's inspiring life as a visually impaired but independently living person. Their relationship blossoms into a romance that is supported by Nancy's lighthearted and comical grandfather (L.V. Prasad).
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