Lesa Lesa Trailer

Lesa Lesa Trailer (2003)

16 May 2003 Drama, Romance, Foreign 154 mins

Lesa Lesa is a 2003 Tamil film directed by Priyadarshan and produced by Vikram Singh. The film features Shaam and Trisha in the lead roles and Madhavan in an extended guest appearance, while Vivek, Radharavi and Sreenivasan play supporting roles. Cinematography is handled by Tirru, while the film's score and soundtrack were composed by Harris Jayaraj. The story is partially adapted from the 1998 Malayalam film Summer in Bethlehem, which was co-written by Ranjith and Venu Nagavally.

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Cast

Trisha Krishnan

as Balamani

Shaam

as Rakesh

Madhavan

as Deva Narayanan (Guest appearance)

Vivek

as Chandru

Radha Ravi

as Rakesh's Grandfather

Sreenivasan

as Rakesh's Secretary

Cochin Haneefa

as Rakesh's Uncle

International Releases Dates

India 16 May 2003

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