Appu (2000)

 ●  Tamil ● Running Time: TBA

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Embedded with intense emotion and fierce action, this socially relevant drama delves into the twists and turns in the life of Appu (Prashanth), a taxi driver in Mumbai (Bombay). He is emotionally haunted by the guilt and trauma of the tragic events surrounding his sister. She was sold to a brothel and forced to commit suicide. Consumed by a bitter rage, he seeks to find the people responsible and wreak vengeance upon them for their misdeeds. During this journey, he meets Sita (Devayani) who is chased by Eunuch Maharani (Prakash Raj), who is also responsible for his sister's death. Maharani is the madame or kingpin of the flesh trade in Mumbai. Maharani wants the beautiful Sita for the flesh trade. Can Appu resist Maharani he succeeded in protecting Sita from Maharani's evil intentions?

Cast: Devayani Rajakumaran, Prashanth

Crew: SM Vasanth (Director), PS Vinod (Director of Photography), Devanesan Chokkalingam (Music Director)

Genres: Action, Drama, Romance

Release Dates: 16 Jun 2000 (India)

Tamil Name: அப்பு

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Did you know? This movie is a remake of the Hindi film Sadak (1991), which in turn borrows several elements from Martin Scorsese's classic Taxi Driver (1976). Read More
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as Appu
Special Appearance
as Appu's Sister
as Eunuch Maharani
as Chidambaram

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Director of Photography
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Tamil
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Music Label: Star Music
29:14
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Lyricist: Vairamuthu
Playback Singer: P Unnikrishnan
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Lyricist: Vairamuthu
Playback Singer: Anuradha Sriram, Hariharan
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Lyricist: Vairamuthu
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Lyricist: Vairamuthu
Playback Singer: Harini, Hariharan
Trivia:
This movie is a remake of the Hindi film Sadak (1991), which in turn borrows several elements from Martin Scorsese's classic Taxi Driver (1976).