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"Aboorva sagotharargal" a.k.a. "Apoorva Sagodharargal" is a 1989 Tamil dramedy film directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao. It starred Kamal Hassan in three roles, as a mechanic, a circus clown who is a dwarf and a police officer, along with Gouthami, Srividya, Manorama, Nagesh, Jaishankar, Nassar and Delhi Ganesh in main roles. Premiered at the International Film Festival of India, the film was a blockbuster and completed 600-day run at the box office. About 20 million tickets were reportedly sold. This was significant as Tamil Nadu population was 55 million then. It was the first Tamil film to beat the record of Thirisoolam set a decade earlier. This new record remained unbeaten for six years until the release of Baashha. It was dubbed into Telugu as Vichithra Sodarulu and into Hindi as Appu Raja in 1990.
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