Aalayam is a 1967 Tamil-language Drama motion picture written by A. Bhimsingh, Bilahari and T.k. Ramamoorthy. The movie is directed by Thirumalai Mahalingam and Thirumalai-mahalingam and produced by Sunbeam under the banner of Sunbeam. Ramalingam is an honest, principled man, working as a clerk in a company. He values integrity and discipline as the doctrines of daily life. But his honesty is put to test when his son-in-law Raghu comes to him with a big problem. Raghu has misplaced some money in the bank in which he works, and he requests Ramalingam to give him money so that he could make good the loss. Ramalingam expresses his inability to raise such an amount at short notice. At that instant, a businessman approaches Ramalingam with a bribe of Rs. 5000 to get his work done. Ramalingam sends him away in a rage. His daughter Kamala and wife keep pressurizing him to help Raghu. The inner conflicts that torture Ramalingam in that single day and the final decision that he takes form rest of the movie. Aalayam stars Major Sundarrajan, Nagesh, Srikanth, V. K. Ramasamy, Gopu, Baby Mahalakshmi and Sreekanth. The screenplay is written by A. Bhimsingh which is inspired from Nenje Nee Vaazhga by Pilahari S. Raman. The music was composed by T. K. Ramamoorthy. Cinematography was done by G. Vittalrao and editing by A. Pauldurai Singam. The motion picture has a running time of 169 minutes. It was released on 1st January 1967. Distribution rights for the motion picture were acquired by Sri Venkateswara Cinetone.
Directed by Thirumalai Mahalingam, starring Major Sundarrajan, Manorama in the lead roles.
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