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Ghilli Tamil Movie

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Ghilli (transl. Risk taker) is a 2004 Tamil movie directed by Dharani and delivered by A. M. Rathnam under the creation organization Sri Surya Movies. A revamp of the Telugu-language film Okkadu (2003), Ghilli highlights Vijay, Trisha and Prakash Raj in lead jobs with Ashish Vidyarthi, Dhamu, Mayilsamy and Janaki Sabesh assuming supporting jobs.

The soundtrack collection and score were made by Vidyasagar. Cinematography was taken care of by Tirru and altering was finished by V. T. Vijayan and B. Lenin. Exchanges for the film were composed by Bharathan. The film was discharged on 17 April 2004 to for the most part positive reviews.[3] The film was running for over 200 days in the cinema world. It was one of the best movies in Vijay's career.[4][5] according to exchange, the film developed as the most noteworthy earning Tamil film of 2004 worldwide and the most noteworthy netting film in Tamil Nadu, outperforming ₹₹30 crore and beating the past record set by Padayappa (1999).

Ghilli Cast

Gilli Tamil Movie Music

Vidyasagar was marked to create the soundtrack collection and BGM for Gilli; it denotes the fourth coordinated effort of the two Dharani and Vijay, with the previous on Ethirum Puthirum, Dhill and Dhool, and working with the last for Coimbatore Mappillai, Nilaave Vaa and Thirumalai. The soundtrack highlights six melodies. The verses were written by Yugabharathi, Pa. Vijay, Na. Muthukumar, Kabilan and Maran. The soundtrack turned into a sensation on release. The melody Appadi Podu specifically appreciated high prominence upon discharge, all over South India and turned into an enormous chartbuster. The tune was later reused by Chakri as "Adaragottu" in the Telugu film Krishna (2008). The melody was likewise adjusted by P. A. Deepak, a music maker, as Hum Na Tode in the 2013 Hindi film Boss featuring Akshay Kumar. Following the web marvel of "Why This Kolaveri Di" in 2011, "Appadi Podu" was highlighted close by "Goodness Podu", "Nakka Mukka" and "Ringa" in a little assortment of south Indian tunes that are viewed as a "national wrath" in India.

Gilli Release

Ghilli was expected for release on 9 April yet later got delayed for a week and opened in more than 150 auditoriums on 17 April 2004. In spite of the fact that the explanation behind the deferment was not given out, bits of gossip were that maker A M Rathnam's loan bosses put focus on him to settle his records before release.

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