Tambaram Lalitha was a Tamil stage and film actress who has acted in about 100 films as heroine and in supporting roles. She died in 1983.
Aalukkoru Veedu [16 September 1960]
Aalukkoru Veedu is a 1960 Indian Tamil-language film directed by M. Krishnan and produced by Subhash Movies. The film was written by Sakthi T. K. Krishnasamy. The film stars Sathyan, T. S. Muthaiah, D. Balasubramaniam, L. Vijayalakshmi, Tambaram Lalitha, T. R. Ramachandran and S. D. Subbulakshmi.
Amudhavalli [27 November 1959]
Amudhavalli is a 1959 Indian, Tamil-language film directed by A. K. Sekar. The film featured T. R. Mahalingam and M. N. Rajam in the lead roles.
Ayiram Poi [1969 (India)]
Ravi and Malathi are in love and want to get married but their fathers share a bitter past which has caused a rivalry among them. However, Ravi decides to end the conflict between the two.
Bhaaga Pirivinai [31 October 1959]
Vaidyalingam and his younger brother Sundaralingam are extremely affectionate towards each other. But the family is split when Vaidyalingam's wife and her brother conspire against the two siblings.
Chavukkadi Chandrakantha [16 December 1960]
Chavukkadi Chandrakantha is a 1960 Indian, Tamil language film directed by M. Radhakrishnan. The film featured T. S. Balaiah and Sowkar Janaki in the lead roles.
Deivapiravi is a 1960 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Krishnan–Panju. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Padmini, S. S. Rajendran, K. A. Thangavelu and M. N. Rajam. The film had musical score by R. Sudarsanam. The film was dubbed and released in Telugu as Anumanam and released on 24 June 1961.
Gnana Kuzhandhai [19 June 1979]
Movie starring Gemini Ganesan, Venniradai Nirmala, V S Raghavan, Master Sridhar, Baby Sudha and is directed by K Kameshwara Rao.
Hunger [15 May 2009]
Five strangers wake up trapped in a dim, dry well, with no memory of how they got there, and all find the breaking points of their humanity as they struggle to survive.
Kokilavani [30 March 1956]
Kokilavani is a 1956 Indian Tamil-language film directed by S. A. Natarajan. The film stars Raghuveer and Tambaram Lalitha.
Mamiyar Mechina Marumagal [23 January 1959]
Mamiyar Mechina Marumagal is an Indian Tamil language film produced by AVM Productions with S. S. Rajendran, M. N. Rajam and G. Varalakshmi in the lead roles. The film was released in 23 January 1959. It is a remake of the Marathi film Ganget Ghode Nhahale. This movie failed at the box office.
Meenda Sorgam [29 July 1960]
A poor dancer falls in love with a rich man's son, but could not marry him. However, she gives a dance performance to raise funds to save the house of her former lover.
Neelagiri Express [1 January 1969]
Movie starring Sivaji Ganesan, B. Saroja Devi, Jai Shankar and is directed by A. C. Thrilogachandar.
Orey Vazhi [6 March 1959]
Orey Vazhi is a 1959 Indian Tamil language film directed by K. Shankar. The film featured Prem Nazir and M. N. Rajam in the lead roles. The film was remade in Hindi as Shaadi.
Paditha Penn [20 April 1956]
Paditha Penn is a 1956 Indian Tamil-language film directed by M. Thiruvenkadam. The film stars N. N. Kannappa and Rajasulochana.
Ponnu Mappillai [3 October 1969]
A married couple and their beautiful daughter lead a peaceful life. However, their life turns upside down when a robber accidentally dies in their home.
Sahodhari [11 December 1959]
Sahodari is a Tamil language film, released in 1959 with K. Balaji, Rajasulochana, Prem Nazir, Devika and J. P. Chandrababu in the lead roles.
Santhi [22 April 1965]
Movie starring Sivaji Ganesan, Devika, S. S. Rajendran, C. R. Vijayakumari and directed by A. Bhimsingh.
Thalai Koduthaan Thambi [7 August 1959]
Thalai Koduthaan Thambi is 1959 Tamil historical action film, directed and produced by T. R. Sundaram under his productions, Modern Theatres. The film script was written by Murasoli Maran. Music was by Viswanathan-Ramamoorthy. It stars S. S. Rajendran, R. S. Manohar and Malini playing lead roles.
Thilakam [10 November 1960]
Thilakam is a Tamil language drama film released in 1960 with Prem Nazir and M. N. Rajam in the lead roles. The film was directed by Krishnan–Panju, and produced by AVM Productions.
Town Bus [13 November 1955]
Velu, an unemployed man, joins a transport company as a driver and falls in love with Amutha, a female bus conductor. However, the daughter of the owner of the company falls in love with Velu.
Veerapandiya Kattabomman [16 May 1959 (India)]
After the East India Company forces Kattabomman, the king of Panchalankurichi, to pay taxes and be their subordinate, the latter decides to fight against them.