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aka 100th Day 1984 134’ col Tamil d/s Manivannan pc Thirupathi Samy Films p S.N.S. Thirumal lyr Vairamuthu, Muthulingam, Pulamai Pithan c A. Sabapathy m Ilaiyaraja lp Mohan, Vijayakanth, Thengai Srinivasan, Sathyaraj, Nalini, Ponni, Y. Vijaya, Janakaraj, Anuradha, Kovai Sarala

An efficient crime thriller notable as the film which the unemployed psychotic murderer Jayaprakash cited as the inspiration for his slaughter of a large family in Madras. The claim hit the headlines and ensured the film’s boxoffice success. The plot concerns a wayward son, Kumar, of an equally wayward father. Kumar steals museum pieces with the help of a security officer. He kills a young woman (shown before the credit titles) and marries the victim’s sister, Devi (Nalini), who finds out about her husband’s criminal activities and, with the help of her brother-in-law, exposes Kumar to the police.