Avatharam Trailer

Avatharam Trailer (1995)

09 June 1995 Drama, Action, Family 125 mins

Kuppusamy (Nassar), an innocent man, dreams to perform in Pandi's troupe. Pandi (Delhi Ganesh) is a respected male troupe leader, and the troupe performs in Hindu festivals. Baasi (Bala Singh) is expelled from the troupe for his bad behaviour. Finally, Pandi accepts Kuppusamy into his troupe. Ponnamma (Revathi), Pandi's daughter, a blind girl, falls in love with Kuppusamy. For some time, the festivals organizers prefer female dancers. Pandi dies during a stage performance and the troupe splits up. Kuppusamy leaves the village with Ponnamma to become a cinema actor. There, they meet Baasi and he accommodates them. Baasi rapes Ponnamma and kills her. Kuppusamy is sent to a mental hospital but he manages to escape. Kuppusamy is determined to take revenge.

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Cast

Nasser

as Kuppusamy

Revathi

as Ponnama

Bala Singh

as Baasi

Srividhya

as Advocate

Sachu

as Singaram's Wife

Crew

Nasser

Director

P. Sridharan

P. Sridharan Cinematography

International Releases Dates

India 09 June 1995

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