Avargal Trailer

Avargal Trailer (1977)

25 February 1977 Drama, Romance, Family 167 mins

A triangular love story, it revolves around Anu (Sujatha) who is caught between Bharani (Ravikumar), the man she fell in love with and Ramanathan (Rajinikanth), her former sadistic husband who is supposedly reformed and wants to rejoin her and Janardhan (Kamal Haasan)a silent lover lurking on the sidelines..

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Cast

Rajnikanth

as Ramanathan

Sujatha

as Anubama

Kamal Haasan

as Janardhan (Johnnie)

Ravikumar

as Bharani

Leelavati

as Leelavathi

Kutti Padmini

as Gayathri

Kumari Padmini

as Rajathi

International Titles

அவர்கள் Trailer

International Releases Dates

India 25 February 1977

Production Companies

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