Pachaikili Muthucharam Trailer

Pachaikili Muthucharam Trailer (2007)

16 February 2007

Venkat (Sarath Kumar), a medical representative, is a happily married person with a son. His wife Kalyani (Andrea Jeremiah) is very loving and both of them along with their son have a perfect life. That is, until their son falls sick and things between the husband and wife cool down a bit. Kalyani begins to spend more time with their son and starts to ignore her husband involuntarily. Venkat feeling a bit lonely and neglected walks in and out of his monotonous life without complaining much. He tries to understand his wife's feelings.

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Cast

R. Sarathkumar

as Venkatesh

Jyothika

as Smitha / Geetha

Andrea Jeremiah

as Kalyani Venkatesh

Milind Soman

as Lawrence

International Releases Dates

India 16 February 2007

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