Nootrukku Nooru

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Noottrukku Nooru
Noottrukku Nooru poster.jpg
Directed by K. Balachander
Produced by N. Selvaraj
B. Duraisamy
N. Krishnan
V. Govindarajan
Written by K. Balachander
Music by V. Kumar
Cinematography N. Balakrishnan
Edited by N. R. Kittu
Kalakendra Movies
Distributed by Kalakendra Movies
Release date
  • 19 March 1971 (1971-03-19)
Country India
Language Tamil

Nootrukku Nooru (English: Hundred out of Hundred) is a 1971 Tamil-language thriller film directed and written by K. Balachander.[1] It stars Jaishankar and Lakshmi in the lead with Nagesh, Vijayalalitha and Srividya in other pivotal roles.[2][3] The story is about a college professor who is accused by three girls for sexual harassment, just before his marriage.


Prakash (Jaishankar), a college professor is accused by three girls, Srividya, Vijayalalitha and Jayakumari for different reasons but with the same note that he has sexually harassed them, just before his marriage. His fiancee Lakshmi sets out to investigate along with some of his dutiful students, Nagesh. It is finally revealed that Jaishankar is innocent and the girls blamed him to escape from their convenience.



The music composed by V. Kumar.[4] The song "Naan Unnai" was remixed by S. Thaman in Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya (2013).[5]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length
1 Ungalil Oruvan Naan T. M. Soundararajan Vaali 03:59
2 Naan Unnai Vaazhthi P. Susheela 04:24
3 Nitham Nithamoru T. M. Soundararajan 03:27
4 Uzhaipukku Silaper T. M. Soundararajan 01:15
5 Boologama? Sirkazhi Govindarajan, L. R. Eswari 06:42


  • 1971 - Film Fans' Association Best Actor Award for Jaishankar.[6]


Nootrukku Nooru was remade in Hindi as Imtihan in 1974.[7]


  1. ^ Guy, Randor (7 November 2008). "Bond of Tamil screen". The Hindu. Retrieved 15 March 2018. 
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  3. ^ Aishwarya, S. (19 March 2009). "Stellar roles ahead put this star on cloud nine". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 15 March 2018. 
  4. ^ "Nootrukku Nooru Songs". raaga. Retrieved 7 June 2014. 
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  6. ^ "A philanthropist till the end". The Hindu. 9 June 2000. Retrieved 15 March 2018. 
  7. ^ "Top 5 Vinod Khanna films". Dhaka Tribune. 29 April 2017. Retrieved 15 March 2018. 

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