|Directed by||Debaki Bose|
|Produced by||Debaki Bose|
T. M. Balasubramaniam
Eswara Chadra Sastry
|Story by||Prabathkumar Chatterjee|
|Music by||Robin Chatterjee|
|Edited by||Kamal Ganguly, Govardhan Adhikari|
Debaki Bose Productions
|148 mins. (13398 ft.)|
A son in a rich family has gone missing for a long time. A man intrudes into the family feigning as their lost son. He enjoys life with the wealth in the family. However, when the wife approaches him with trust and affection his conscience demands a hearing. Even though he is an imposter he does not want to take advantage of the wife's innocence. Finally it is a victory to the conscience. 
The film was produced and directed by Debaki Bose. Story was written by Prabathkumar Chatterjee and the dialogues were penned by Kannadasan, T. M. Balasubramaniam and Eswara Chandra Sastry. Cinematography was handled by Theoji Bai while the editing was done by Kamal Ganguly and Govardhan Adhikari. Art direction was by Sathyan Rai Choudry. Adhinlal was in charge of choreography. The film was made by Radha Films at New Theatres, Calcutta.
Music was composed by Robin Chatterjee while the lyrics were penned by Valampuri Somanathan, Vijayakumar and Papanasam Sivan. A song by Subramania Bharathiyar also was included in the film. Playback singers are M. S. Rajeswari, T. V. Rathinam, Lakshmi Rani, Aiyalur Krishnan and Devanarayanan.
|1||Kaanamenum Thanam Kandaen||M. S. Rajeswari||Vijayakumar|
|2||Kaadhal Endraale Mana Thunbam|
|3||Solluven Kaelaayi Soga Kadhai||Aiyalur Krishnan & Lakshmi Rani|
|4||Idaya Veenai Thannaiye||Devanarayanan|
|5||Punidhai Vaazhvu Erindhadhe||Valampuri Somanathan|
|6||Kandadhu Mudhal Aasai Konden||T. V. Rathinam||Papanasam Sivan|
|7||Yaaro Idhai Sitrinbam Enbaar|
The Indian Express wrote, "Portions of the picture have been dubbed in Tamil and this has been done so well as to make it hardly noticeable. The picture has all the flavour of a first hand effort."
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