Yogi Trailer

Yogi Trailer (2009)

27 November 2009 Drama, Action 145 mins

Yogi is a 2009 Indian Tamil action-drama film directed by Subramaniya Shiva, who earlier directed films like Thiruda Thirudi and Pori. Starring director-turned-actor Ameer Sultan, Madhumitha. The film, an uncredited remake of the 2005 South African Academy Award-winning film Tsotsi,was launched in October 2007 and released on 27 November 2009 to very positive reviews, but garnered poor response, eventually failing to succeed at the box office.

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Cast

Ameer Sultan

as Yogeshwaran (Yogi)

Madhumitha

as Rajasulochana

Vincent Asokan

as Linden Fernando

Swathi Reddy

as Caroline Linden

Snehan

as Sadai

Kanja Karuppu

as 'Stills' Mani

Yogi Babu

as Aspiring actor

Crew

International Releases Dates

India 27 November 2009

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