Kuzhanthaikkaga (Tamil: குழந்தைக்காக, English: For the Child's Sake) is a 1968 Indian Tamil-language crime-drama film directed by P. Madhavan and produced by D. Ramanaidu. The film script was written by Thuraiyur K. Moorthi, with music by M. S. Viswanathan. The film stars Baby Rani, Major Sundararajan, R. S. Manohar, S. V. Ramadoss and Padmini playing lead, with S. A. Ashokan S. V. Sahasranamam, Thengai Srinivasan and T. K. Bhagavathi in supporting roles. The film Kuzhanthaikkaga was the remake of Telugu super hit film Papa Kosam. The film was remade in Hindi as Nanha Farista and in Malayalam as Omanakkunju.
A great train robbery takes place near Chennai and three robbers Jambu (Major Sundararajan), a Hindu, Joseph (R. S. Manohar) a Christian and Naseer (S. V. Ramadoss) a Muslim steal the jewels of the passengers at gunpoint. They continue stealing from various shops and hotels; their atrocities become the talk of the city. The three enter a rich man Prabhakar's (Krishna) house, kill everybody and steal the money. They see a young and loving child Geetha (Baby Rani) there and Jambu starts to like her. The other two do not show any affection, but Jambu decides to bring her along with him. The Police arrive but by then the three have escaped with the child. The police find that all the robberies and the killings were carried out by the same set of robbers and announce a reward of Rs.10,000 to anyone who can provide a clue to catch them.
|editor||K. A. Marthaand|
|keywords||arrest child star disturb emotionally disturbed fear of losing injured kill krishna lose love major sundararajan padmini police inspector police officer r. s. manohar rich man s. a. ashokan s. v. ramadoss shout steal surround train robbery wed|
|musicBy||M. S. Viswanathan|