Thooral Ninnu Pochu Trailer

Thooral Ninnu Pochu Trailer (1982)

12 April 1982 Drama, Comedy

K. Bhagyaraja and Sulakshana star as two people committed by their families to an arranged marriage. As the would-be groom faithfully courts his fiancée, the two fall in love. But when the families disagree on the dowry, both sides are incensed, and the lovers' marriage is forbidden. Now, the dejected fiancé must find a way to marry his beloved. K. Bhagyaraja directs this popular Kollywood romance drama co-starring M.N. Nambiar.

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Cast

K. Bhagyaraj

as Chellathurai

Sulakshana

as Mangalam

M. N. Nambiar

as Vathiyaar

Senthil

as Karupannan

International Releases Dates

India 12 April 1982

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