Itha Ivide Vare Trailer

Itha Ivide Vare Trailer (1977)

27 August 1977 Drama 129 mins

Itha Ivide Vare is a 1977 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi and produced by Hari Pothan. The film stars Madhu, Sharada, Jayabharathi and MG Soman in lead roles.After the huge success of this film MG Soman achieved the Super Star status.This is the first commercial successful script of P.Padmarajan.

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Cast

M.G Soman

as Vishwanathan

Madhu

as Tharavukaran Paili

Jayan

as Ferryboat Man

K.P. Ummer

as Vasu

Sharada

as Janu

Jayabharathi

as Ammini

Kaviyoor Ponnamma

as Kamalakshi

Shankaradi

as Shivaraman Nair

Bahadoor

as Vakkachan

Meena

as Janu's Mother

Vidhubala

as Susheela

Bahadur

as Vakkachan

International Titles

ഇതാ ഇവിടെ വരെ Trailer

International Releases Dates

India 27 August 1977

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