Aayirathil Oruvan (2010)

Director
K. Selvaraghavan

Main cast
Karthi Sivakumar; Prathap K Pothan; Parthiban; Andrea Jeremiah; Reema Sen

Genres
Adventure, Fantasy, History, Mystery, Thriller

Description
Ayirathil Oruvan features Paruthiveeran Karthik Shivakumar and Reema Sen in the lead.. It is a scientific thriller story.Reema Sen has acting the role of a bio-scientist who invents a medicine with a potential to change the lives of people. Karthi plays the role of man who got transformed by her wonder medicine.


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