lang (English: The Devotion to Lord Krishna) is a 1949 Tamil Historical - Musical film, directed and written by R. S. Mani. The film was produced by S. N. Laxmana Chettiar. The film dialogue and story were written by S. D. S. Yogi, Shuddhananda Bharati, Sandilyan and Ku. Pa. Sedhu Ammal. Music by S. V. Venkatraman and Kunnakudi Venkatarama Iyer is an asset to the film. The film starred P. U. Chinnappa, T. R. Rajakumari, D. Balasubramaniam and K. R. Ramaswamy playing lead, with C. T. Rajakantham Alwar Kuppusamy, Pullimootai Ramasamy N. S. Krishnan and T. A. Mathuram couples providing comic relief. The Carnatic music icon M. L. Vasanthakumari appeared on - screen in a regal court sequence in this film. The film was inspired by Rasputin, the notorious Russian Monk and a French Novel The Monk.
Krishna Bakthi is the tale of hypocrite saint (P. U. Chinnappa), who lusts after a chaste court dancer Devakumari (T. R. Rajakumari) and his ultimate redemption.