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Pasanga (2009)

Anbukkarusu, a bright student, takes admission in a new school. Jeevanandam, who is popular in his class, feels jealous when Anbukkarusu begins to get all the attention.

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Meenakshi Sundaram
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Sobhikannu
Kishore ...
Anbukarasu
Sri Ram ...
Jeeva
Thamizh ...
Kuzhanthai Velu (as Pakoda Pandi)
Tharani ...
Manonmani
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Chokkalingam
Sivakumar ...
Vellaichamy
Sujatha ...
Muthadakki
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Anbukkarusu, a bright student, takes admission in a new school. Jeevanandam, who is popular in his class, feels jealous when Anbukkarusu begins to get all the attention.

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1 May 2009 (India)  »

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INR 300,000 (estimated)
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Oru Vetkam Varudhe
Written by: Thamarai
Produced by: James Vasanthan
Performed by: Naresh Iyer and Shreya Ghoshal
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Feel good, Funny kind of movie which has some inner meaning
8 November 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

When I went in to see this movie, I had no idea what this is about. I thought may be its a normal kind of movie which showcases the love with some fight and all. But it is not! This is about the two students - Anbu and Jeeva who are rivals at first but slowly they realize many things in life which makes them to eventually reunite. Vimal was very good as Anbu's Uncle and his character is the one to watch out for.

Both the kids did really well in portraying those characters with great passion. The role played by Jayaprakash as Jeeva's father teaches us something and watch out for that.

No mistakes whatsoever. Its is a feel good kind of movie like Rhythm. Has no violence but filled with great humor than comedy. Must watch.


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