Kovil movie is about two youths who belong to two different religions. Hindu boy Sakthivel (Silambaran) and Christian girl Agnel Devi (Sonia Agarwal) fall in love. Agnel Devi
Shankar, a budding singer loses his love, Gowri, who commits suicide. When Shankar turns famous, he eventually develops friendship with Surya, a college girl, who falls in love with him.
Inadvertently separated as children, twin brothers Shekhar and Mohan live very dissimilar lives. Raised by the villain who murdered their father, Shekhar turns to crime, while Mohan lives with his mother and becomes an entertainer. But when the boys grow up, their lives intersect in an unexpected way. M.G. Ramachandran, Pandari Bhai, Jayalalitha, M.N. Nabiar and Nagesh star in this classic Indian drama directed by K. Sankar.
Kalai Kovil (Temple of Art) is a 1964 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by C. V. Sridhar and produced by Visu and Ganga. The film stars S. V. Subbaiah, Chandrakantha, R. Muthuraman and Rajasree in lead roles. The film had musical score by Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy. The film was released on 25 September 1964.
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A stranger Kathir lands up at Sankaran Kovil, a serene southern village. Kathir searches for a job at this unpromising place, and finds one as a helper in Killi Pillai's dairy farm. Kathir is a merry young man but gets flashes of his sad and oppressed childhood, which has its roots in Sankaran Kovil. Kathir isn't a complete stranger to the village nor has he come here looking for a living; he has an ulterior motive which involves the whole village.