Saturday, June 20, 2020

Sivakasi Tamil Movie

Sivakasi Film

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Sivakasi is a 2005 Indian Tamil action movie directed by Perarasu, featuring Vijay, Asin and Prakash Raj in lead jobs. The film's music is formed by Srikanth Deva, while the foundation score was made by his dad Deva. The film was discharged during Diwali 2005 got positive audits from the pundits and performed well at the container office. The film was later named in Hindi as Virasat Ki Jung in 2012 by Baba Arts Ltd. In 2007, the film was changed in Telugu as Vijayadasami with Nandamuri Kalyan Ram assuming the job of Vijay, Vedhika assuming the job of Asin and Sai Kumar assuming the job of Prakash Raj.

Production

After the accomplishment of Thirupaachi, A. M. Rathnam called Perarasu to make a film with Vijay re-joining with him for second time. Sivakasi was Perarasu's second cooperation with Vijay after Thirupaachi and maker Rathnam's third film with Vijay after Kushi and Ghilli.

Mallika Sherawat was accounted for to be heroine rather job went to Asin. Sridevika was initially offered the job of Vijay's sister however later went to Malayalam on-screen character Lakshana. Simran was at first drawn nearer for thing number after her dismissal, Nayanthara consented to supplant Simran because of the influence of Vijay. Geetha was chosen to play as Vijay's mother.

Craftsmanship chief G. K. made the arrangements of T. Nagar with the aggregate of Rs. 12.0 million, one of the conventional Mylapore look total with tall sanctuary gopurams and Teppakulam and another of vintage Triplicane air with mosques. There were reports that Vijay would perform double jobs yet later demonstrated false. 120,000 feet of rolls has been utilized to shoot the film. The main calendar was finished in Chennai and the team stayed outdoors at Karaikudi for the subsequent timetable, the third timetable was shot at Kushaldas Gardens with Vijay and Asin.Rocky Rajesh was doing the Stunt Master's activity for Vijay's film Sivakasi. As Dharani needed Rocky Rajesh to work for his Telugu movie, he mentioned the executive of Sivakasi, Perarasu to discharge him. Henceforth the climactic battle successions were made and completed in a brief timeframe by Thalapathy Dinesh of Chandramuki fame. Dubbing was held at Kalasa studios.

Music

Soundtrack was made by Srikanth Deva was generally welcomed by the crowd. In any case, Srikanth Deva was just ready to created the melodies as he was making for his continuous undertaking, Aacharya. Consequently, the foundation score was made by his dad, Deva. All Lyrics were written by Perarasu.

Release

The satellite privileges of the film were made sure about by Jaya TV. The film was given a "U" endorsement by the Indian Censor Board.

Reviews

Indiaglitz expressed: "Sivakasi is one among the long queue of equation based masala mass performers that Vijay is presently known to dole out. In Perarusu, Vijay has a chief who comprehends the saint just as his fans". Behindwoods stated: "The film merits seeing as it incorporates slant and amusement. It is an activity matched performer and worth considering". Sify expressed: "This FORMULA had functioned admirably for executive Perarasu and Vijay in Tirupachi and now the group has re-worked it. This time, be that as it may, it will test your understanding as it isn't intended for the class crowd or those looking for quality diversion. Perarasu and Vijay accept just in taking into account the mass crowd who need their portion of honest masala mix".

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Friday, June 19, 2020

Thuppakki Tamil Movie

Thuppakki Tamil Movie

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Thuppakki (transl. Gun) is a 2012 Tamil Crime thriller movie directed by AR Murugadoss. It stars Vijay and Kajal Aggarwal, with Sathyan, Vidyut Jammwal and Jayaram in supporting jobs. The film spins around an Indian Army official set for track down, wreck and deactivate a sleeper cell, subsequent to seeing and scarcely getting away from a bomb shoot executed by the cell.

Thuppakki started creation in January 2012 and was shot for the most part in Mumbai, with the exception of two tune arrangements which were taken in Bangkok and Switzerland separately. The film, created by Kalaipuli S. Thanu, highlights music formed by Harris Jayaraj with cinematography took care of by Santosh Sivan and altering by A. Sreekar Prasad.

Thuppakki was released on 13 November 2012, Diwali day. The film got positive audits and turned into a significant business achievement, earning over ₹1 billion (US$14 million) in 11 days of its discharge. It went on to got seven Filmfare Awards South assignments in the Tamil branch, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor for Vijay. In 2014 Murugadoss changed the film in Hindi as Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty, while Baba Yadav revamped it in Bengali as Game.

Cast

Film industry


On the initial day, Thuppakki got around ₹92.5 million (US$1.3 million) in Tamil Nadu film industry alone. It gathered an aggregate of ₹456 million (US$6.4 million) in Tamil Nadu, and ₹653.2 million (US$9.2 million) worldwide by its first week. In the UK and Ireland, Thuppakki netted ₹ 1.85 crore after the fourth weekend. In Australia, Thuppakki earned A$80,264 (₹ 46,73,000) on six screens and the normal per screen assortment of the film stands apart at A$1656 after two weeks. The film kept on doing great business at the universal film industry in its second week. In Malaysia, it netted $1,732,792 as of December 2012. The film came to the ₹1 billion (US$14 million) mark in 11 days of its release,[76] and S. Saraswathi of Rediff expressed that it was the primary Tamil film to do so. Its complete household film industry assortments toward the finish of its run remained at ₹1.8 billion as per wholesalers Eros International. Writing for International Business Times in 2017, Prakash Upadhyaya assessed the last overall profit to be over ₹1.25 billion.

Release

Thuppakki was discharged on 13 November 2012, harmonizing with Diwali day. The film discharged in excess of 1500 screens, turning into the largest discharge for a Vijay film at that time. Gemini Film Circuit circulated the first Tamil version. Several merchants including Bellamkonda Suresh, Geetha Films, Suresh Films and SVR Media went after the Telugu naming rights, with SVR in the end buying the rights for ₹ 15 crore. ATMUS Entertainment appropriated the film in North America, and BR Films International did as such in France.

Upon discharge, Islamic gatherings challenged the film, guaranteeing that it depicted Muslims as fear based oppressors and tricksters. Murugadoss, S. Thanu and Vijay's dad S. A. Chandrasekhar later offered an open expression of remorse to delegates of 23 distinctive Muslim outfits, and consented to erase the scenes to which protests were raised,[47][48] after activists had accumulated close to Vijay's home at Neelankarai and raised trademarks against him and the film in Arabic and Urdu.

Thuppakki Trailer 


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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Ghilli Tamil Movie Vijay

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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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Kushi Movie Tamil

Kushi Movie Tamil

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Kushi (transl. Joy) is a 2000 Indian Tamil-language rom-com movie coordinated by S. J. Surya and delivered by A. M. Rathnam. The film included Vijay and Jyothika in the main jobs, while Mumtaj, Vivek and Vijayakumar assume other supporting jobs. The film had cinematography by Jeeva, while music was created by Deva. The film was discharged in May 2000 and generated a few changes. In Hindi, the film was discharged as Khushi and in Telugu as Kushi and in Kannada as Eno Onthara. Jyothika proceeded to win the Filmfare Best Actress Award in Tamil for her exhibition in the film.

Kushi Tamil Movie Cast

Kushi Movie Songs

Track-list
No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Megam Karukuthu"Harini6:04
2."Macarena Macarena"Devan, Sowmya Raoh, S. J. Surya6:40
3."Oru Ponnu Onnu"Hariharan, Anuradha Sriram5:36
4."Mottu Onru"Hariharan, Sadhana Sargam6:07
5."Kattipudi Kattipudida"Shankar Mahadevan, Vasundhara Das, Ganga, Sri Ram5:41
6."Oh Vennila"Unnikrishnan, Anuradha Sriram5:12

Release

Rediff.com felt that "in general, the light, vaporous sentiment of Kushi works perfectly for the Christmas season, with an intrigue determined for the high schooler and family crowds", adulating the chief's story-telling. Entertainment gateway Bizhat.com gave the film a beneath normal survey and asserted that the film "doesn't legitimize the title in any capacity nor does it come anyplace close to his first" and that it "is fascinating at the outset, however tedious after a period as the portrayal stalls out in a groove".

The Hindu highlighted the movie as sprinter up in their rundown of top Tamil movies in 2000, setting it behind Vikraman's Vanathai Pola. Jyothika proceeded to win the Filmfare Best Actress Award in Tamil for her presentation in the film. Deva won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director in 2000 for his work in the movie alongside his work in Uyirile Kalanthathu and Sandhitha Velai.

In 2001, A. M. Rathnam re-marked Surya to coordinate the Telugu form of the film, likewise named Kushi. The movie featuring Pawan Kalyan and Bhumika Chawla additionally likewise won positive surveys and business success. Surya additionally coordinated the Hindi rendition of the film in 2003 as Khushi for maker Boney Kapoor, with Fardeen Khan and Kareena Kapoor in the number one spot jobs. The accomplishment of the lead pair's science incited Vijay and Jyothika to collaborate again in 2003 for Thirumalai, while the executive and on-screen character quickly rejoined for a task named Puli in 2005, preceding Vijay selected out. In a meeting before the arrival of Anbe Aaruyire (2005), Surya uncovered that the film was "like a continuation of Kushi"

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