Kaakha Kaakha Trailer

Kaakha Kaakha Trailer (2003)

01 August 2003 Action, Thriller, Crime 151 mins

Kaakha Kaakha is a 2003 Tamil crime thriller film written and directed by Gautham Menon. The film released to highly positive reviews in August 2003 and went on to become the first Biggest Blockbuster in Suriya's career, and was considered a comeback film for producer Kalaipuli S. Dhanu. Owing to the success, the film has been remade in several languages.

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Cast

Suriya Sivakumar

as Anbuchelvan

Jyothika

as Maya Anbuchelvan

Jeevan

as Pandian

Daniel Balaji

as Shrikanth

Devadarshini

as Swathi

Yog Japee

as Sethu

Rajan

as Ilamaran

Gautham Menon

as Vasudeva Nair

International Releases Dates

India 01 August 2003

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