Azhagu Tamil Serial latest Full Episode 281 Telecasted on 20 October 2018 in Sun TV. Azhagu Serial ft. Revathy, Thalaivasal Vijay, Shruthi Raj and Aishwarya in the lead roles. Azhagu serail Produced by Vision Time, Directed by ON Rathnam, Dialogues by Jagan.
Azhagu serial deals with the nuances of love between a husband (Thalaivasal Vijay) and wife (Revathi), even though they have been married for decades, and have successful and very strong individual personas.
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