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Adigaram 79

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Adhigaram 79
Directed byVinod Veera
Produced byNina Lath Gupta
Screenplay byVinod Veera
  • Vinod Veera
  • Vani Bhojan
  • Pramod
Music byDarbuka Siva
CinematographyS. Pappu
Edited byT. S. Suresh
National Film Development Corporation of India
Release date
  • 8 August 2009 (2009-08-08) (Locarna International Film Festival)
  • 24 November 2009 (2009-11-24) (Film Bazaar)
Running time
96 minutes

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) is a 2009 Indian Tamil-language action drama film directed by newcomer Vinod Veera, who stars in the film along with Vani Bhojan and Pramod. The film is produced by the National Film Development Corporation of India.[1]


Two men (Arjun and Ishwar), who were childhood friends are at loggerheads when they become older due to their different mentalities.


  • Vinod Veera as Arjun
  • Vani Bhojan as Pooja
  • Pramod as Ishwar
  • Kannan as Krishnan
  • Elango as Guru and Grandfather
  • Amrithakadesan as Acupuncturist
  • Vinitha as CBI Officer
  • Kamalraj as CBI Officer's assistant
  • Naresh as Henchman


The film began production in 2008 under the title Duets in Violence and was one of six scripts to be selected at the National Film Development Corporation of India's Screenwriters’ Lab 2009 competition.[2][3] The film marks the directorial debut of Vinod Veera, a former engineer, and is about an ancient Indian martial arts. The film was developed under the Amsterdam-based Binger Filmlab institute and made under a budget of 26 lakhs.


The film was screened at Locarno International Film Festival on August 8, 2009 and at Film Bazaar in Goa on November 24.[4]


  1. Shackleton2012-11-19T17:44:00+00:00, Liz. "India's international horizons". Screen.
  2. "NFDC returns with Film Bazaar India 2009". November 25, 2009.
  3. "NFDC workshop script impresses Shyam Benegal". Hindustan Times. October 23, 2010.
  4. "6 Indian screenplay writers to participate at Locarno Film Festival". Businessofcinema. July 27, 2009.

External links[edit]

Category:Indian action drama films Category:Indian martial arts films

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