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Vedhala Ulagam (Eng: Demon Land Or Demon World) is a 1942 Indian Tamil fantasy film directed and produced by A. V. Meiyappan of AVM Productions. The film was adapted from the stage play of same name by Pammal Sambandha Mudaliar and adaptation was written by P. Neelakantan. Music was by R. Sundarsanam. The film starred T. R. Mahalingam,K. Sarangapani, C. T. Rajakantham, Mangalam and K. R. Chellam in lead roles with R. Balasubramaniam Pandari Bai portraying supporting roles. Kumari Kamala, Padmini, Lalitha and Tara Choudhary made cameo appearances. The film ran successfully in theatres. Buy now Vedhala Ulagam full movie .
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Vedhala Ulagam was adapted by P. Neelakantan from the fantasy play of the same name written by Pammal Sambandha Mudaliar. The film was entirely shot at AVM Studios, with sets built by A. Balu. Some parts of the film were shot with T. A. Jayalakshmi, but she was ultimately replaced by Mangalam of the Yoga-Mangalam dancer duo. The dance sequence of Kumari Kamala, Lalitha, Padmini and Tara Choudary was choreographed by Vazhuvoor Ramaiah Pillai. While the film was predominantly black and white, the last sequence was hand-tinted in colour.  Cinematography was handled by T. Muthusamy, and editing by M. V. Raman.