Angadi Theru

Angadi Theru

Angaadi Theru (English: Market Street) is a 2010 Indian Tamil drama film written and directed by Vasanthabalan of Veyil fame, starring debutant Mahesh and Anjali in the lead roles. The film, the title of which refering to the Ranganathan Street in Chennai where the story plays, also features actress Sneha appearing in a cameo role as herself and music jointly composed by Vijay Antony and G. V. Prakash Kumar.[1] An Ayngaran International production, the film was launched on 11 February 2008 [2] and released on 26 March 2010 to critical acclaim.

The story on the lives of a salesgirl and sales boy of a popular Saree store in Chennai. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Angadi Theru torrent reviews

Francisco S (us) wrote: Original, well acted and well constructed story, Family Weekend bring to us a movie that people who like dramas will enjoy with a not very good argument but with an organized screenplay.

Jacob M (kr) wrote: An awesome film that gets the superhero mythos right.

Cooper H (nl) wrote: Donnie Yen is a martial arts master. Based on the real life of Ip Man, the story shows his fall and struggle to maintain order and who he is. There are incredible fights and a touching story.

Kyle H (es) wrote: Jeff Combs is always fun to watch, and it was new to see him fake a southern drawl and rock a bad mustache. That said this was very forgettable aside from him and Michael Berryman as Leroy the dog handler who had some mental issues. Give it a show just to see Jeff Combs at his sleazy best.

Oscar A (nl) wrote: un ambiente muy familiar... latino puede ser.

i C (kr) wrote: 2/10wtf is this shit

Tim R (jp) wrote: If you want comedy, suspense and action, this is a good choice. Jackie Chan fans will love it...it is reminiscent of his earlier action movies, but with Hollywood level production and scripting.

brys b (ca) wrote: the cars were the only thing in this movie that was good

Charles P (us) wrote: When the Wind Blows, the 1986 bleak, post-nuclear cartoon, will likely never leave my memory. It has haunted me unlike anything I've ever seen.

roby q (ca) wrote: Street life crude and real

Mr D (ag) wrote: One of David Hasselhoff's first movie. You can see his rising star in his performance as Boner. The story is very stereotypical though.

Laurie L (ca) wrote: I can't believe the good ratings this is getting. We watched the MST3K version which is probably the only way I could sit through this stinker.