Raji En Kanmani
Raji En Kanmani is a 1954 Indian Tamil-language romance film directed by K. J. Mahadevan and produced by S. S. Vasan. The film features T. R. Ramachandran and Sriranjani Jr. in the lead roles. An adaptation of Charlie Chaplin's City Lights, the film was remade in Telugu with the title Raji Naa Pranam in the same year.
Ramu is a homeless orphan. He saves a flower-seller girl, Rajee from a car accident. Rajee is blind. Ramu takes pity on her and helps her in selling flowers. Love develops between them. Ramu happens to know an eye specialist. He takes Rajee to him for consultation. The doctor says her eye sight could be restored but it will cost 1000 rupees. Ramu wants to earn the money by some way. He accepts a challenge by a boxing stalwart and wins the prize money. But two crooks rob the money from Ramu. Then Ramu helps a drunken rich businessman. The rich man gives the money to Ramu as a present. Ramu pays the doctor. Ramu is arrested by the police on a false charge of theft and sent to prison.
|author||and Dialogues by: Sangu Subramaniam|
|director||K. J. Mahadevan|
|editor||M. Umanatha Rao|
|keywords||arrest car accident eye specialist falling in love prize money rich man|
|musicBy||S. Hanumantha Rao|
|producer||S. S. Vasan|