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Neelakantanproduced by P. Angamuthu and written by M. It is a remake of the Telugu film Dagudu Moothalu The film stars S.
Nallaiah, a wealthy industrialist, disowns his son after learning of the latter’s desire to marry an impoverished woman. The son and wife veluthatamma separately, leaving their son Kumar to fend for himself. A kind couple, who run a tea shop, adopt Kumar and raise him as their own. One day, a woman named Gomathi runs into the tea shop after being chased by a man.
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Kumar offers her shelter, and some time later, takes her to Nallaiah to work as his nurse. Kumar is not aware that Nallaiah is his grandfather. Nallaiah is unwell and regrets his decision to disown his son. Gomathi wins Nallaiah’s trust and is given the keys to his safe. When Nallaiah dies, this leads to a quarrel for the property he leaves behind. A group of miscreants forge Nallaiah’s will to add their own names to it. But Kumar arrives and stakes his claim to the inheritance after proving that he velhthathamma Nallaiah’s grandson.
Neelakantan and produced by P. Angamuthu under Umayal Productions.
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Karunanidhi writing the remake, while T. Sundara Babu handled the cinematography. The soundtrack of the film was composed by R.
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