Kizhake Pogum Rail Trailer

Kizhake Pogum Rail Trailer (1978)

10 August 1978 Drama, Romance 125 mins

A young budding writer is shunned by his village for his lack of skills to do ordinary jobs. He meets a new innocent girl in the village and they both understand each other. Howevevr the villagers' narrow-minded attitudes, traditions and customs seperate the lovers and they have to fight the system if they have any chance of living together. Set against the back-drop of a small village adjoining a rail track, Kizhakke pogum Rayil(Train heading East) is a gem from BharathiRaaja's repertoire.

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Cast

Sudhakar

as Paranjothi

Janagaraj

as Panchayat member

Vijayan

as Pattalathaar (Military man)/panchayat member

Goundamani

as Brother-in-Law

K. Bhagyaraj

as Character that describes cinema by lake side

Kanthimathi

as Karuthamma (Panchali's Sister)

International Releases Dates

India 10 August 1978

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