Thakara Trailer

Thakara Trailer (1979)

28 September 1979 108 mins

Thakara is an orphan. He is mentally immatured but clean hearted. He has a close relationship with Subhashini, the dream girl of the village. Thakara was betrayed by the words of Chellappanashari and indulges in a physical relationship with Subhashini. Subhashini's father Mathu Mooppan finds out their relation and beats Thakara unconscious. Thakara, fully filled with revenge on Mooppan, runs away. Once he earns enough money to buy a knife, he returns and kills Mooppan. Subhashini refuses to go with Thakara, who proposes her after killing her father. With no way to escape, Thakara finds his end in front of a running train.

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as Subhashini

Nedumudi Venu

as Chellappanasar

K.G Menon

as Mathu Mooppan


as Pullai


as Kamakshi

Santha Devi

as Subhashini's Mother




V V Babu

V V Babu Producer

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

India 28 September 1979

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