Apoorva Raagangal Trailer

Apoorva Raagangal Trailer (1975)

17 August 1975 Drama, Romance 144 mins

Prasanna (Kamal Haasan) is nursed back to health by a classical singer Bhairavi (Srividya) after a bloody street-side fight. The two are slowly drawn to each other and decide to marry in spite of their age difference and a past relationship that Bhairavi is still inextricably tied to. In the meantime, Prasanna's father (Major Sundararajan) embarks on a relationship with the young Ranjini (Jayasudha). We soon find out that Ranjini is Bhiaravi's daughter (born to her out of wedlock). Both relationships arrive at a dilemma with an unexpected twist when Bhairavi's long-lost husband (Rajinikanth) comes into picture.

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Cast

Rajnikanth

as Pandiyan (Abaswaram)

Srividhya

as Bhairavi

Kamal Haasan

as Prasanna

Jayasudha

as Ranjini

Major Sundarrajan

as Mahendran

Nagesh

as Dr. Soori

International Titles

அபூர்வ ராகங்கள் Trailer

International Releases Dates

India 17 August 1975

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