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Vathikuchi

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Action/Adventure, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:March 15, 2013
Running time:140 minutes
Cast:Anjali, Saranya Ponvannan, Sampath Raj, Vatsan, Jayaprakash
Director:P.Kinslin
Producer:A.R. Murugadoss
Writer:P.Kinslin
Distributor:Reliance Pictures

Description: Vathikuchi is an urban social drama set in Chennai, about people living in the outskirts of Chennai who travel to the city using shared autos. Dileepan plays a share auto driver and Anjali plays a tough girl, who frequently travels using these share autos. Anjali is a middle class girl "Meena" who changes her name as "Leena" and roams around in the city malls and coffee shops, pretending as if leading a higher lifestyle than what she actually does. The film details reality vs. pseudo lifestyles in urban settings.

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