Sunday, 1 September 2013

Thuppaki Tamil Vijay's movie 2012 in HD

Thuppakki (English: The Gun) is a 2012 Tamil action thriller film written and directed by AR It features Vijay and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles, Vidyut Jamwal as main antagonist, as well as Jayaram and Sathyan in supporting roles. The film, produced by S. Thanu, features background score and soundtrack composed by Harris Jayaraj with cinematography handled by Santhosh Sivan, who with Thuppakki, introduced the Arri Alexa camera to Indian cinema.
Murugadoss.
The story revolves around an Indian army intelligence officer from a Mumbai-based Tamil family and the decisions he takes after his life undergoes a sudden turn. The film, which commenced production in December 2011 in Mumbai, was released on 13 November 2012, coinciding with the festival of Diwali. Upon release, the film opened to mostly positive reviews from critics and became the highest grossing film of 2012 in Tamil. A Telugu-dubbed version, that released simultaneously under the same title in Andhra Pradesh, was also very well received. The film is being remade in Hindi as Pistol with Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead roles.

Plot

Jagdish (Vijay), a captain in the Indian Army, returns to Mumbai from Kashmir. On his arrival, his parents and younger sisters force him to see Nisha (Kajal Aggarwal), who they chose for him to be married to. At the bride-viewing ceremony, Jagdish makes up excuses to avoid marrying her, which includes commenting about her being old-fashioned. On the contrary, Nisha is a college-level boxer, who is completely modern in her outlook. Jagdish realises this and falls for her, which she reciprocates.
One day, while meeting with his police officer-friend Balaji (Sathyan), Jagdish witnesses the explosion of a bus in which they had travelled. He captures the man, who planted the bomb in that bus, and soon finds out that he is a mere executor, a sleeper cell, whose only role was to plant the bomb. He also discovers that the Islamic terrorist group Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami, which the bomber belongs to, has planned various such attacks in the city in a couple of days. Enlisting the help of his fellow Army men and Balaji, Jagdish manages to thwart these attacks and kill twelve terrorists.
When the leader of the terrorist group (Vidyut Jamwal) finds out about the role of Jagdish in the failure of the terrorist attack, he begins to target the families of the army men, except Jagdish, by kidnapping someone close to them. When Jagdish realizes the plan, he substitutes one of the people to be kidnapped with his younger sister Sanjana (Deepthi Nambiar). Using his pet dog and his sister's dupatta, he manages to reach the terrorists' hideout, rescuing his sister, who was about to be killed after Jagdish's bluff was exposed, and the other victims and eliminating the terrorist personal. Asif Ali, second-in-command of the sleeper-cell is captured and killed by Jagdish.
When this attack fails, the terrorist leader decides to target Jagdish himself. He asks Jagdish to surrender to him, or else there would be more terrorist attacks. Jagdish decides to sacrifice his life and hatches a plan with his fellow army men. Jagdish meets the leader in a ship, which has been rigged with a bomb planted by Jagdish's henchman. When he finds out about the leader's plan however, which is to expose Jagdish's army team as terrorists and knowing about a Muslim terrorist in the Indian defence — Kameeruddin (Zakir Hussain), he fights the leader and escapes with him in a boat. After the ship explodes, he kills the leader. The film ends with the suicide of Kameeruddin, and Jagdish and his team returning to Kashmir.

Cast

  • Vijay as Jagdish
  • Kajal Agarwal as Nisha
  • Sathyan as Balaji
  • Vidyut Jamwal as the sleeper cell's leader
  • Jayaram as V. Ravichandran
  • Zakir Hussain as Kameeruddin
  • Deepthi Nambiar as Sanjana
  • Manobala as Nisha's father
  • Anupama Kumar as Nisha's mother
  • Akshara Gowda as Swetha
  • Md Asif as Asif Ali
  • Prashant Nair as Noel
  • Gautham Kurup as the first sleeper cell
  • Meenakshi in a Special appearance
  • AR Murugadoss (Special appearance in the song Google Google)
  • Santhosh Sivan (Special appearance in the song Google Google )

Tracklist
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Google Google"   Madhan Karky Vijay, Andrea Jeremiah, Joe, Krishna Iyer 06:07
2. "Antarctica"   Madhan Karky Vijay Prakash, Krish, Devan, Rajeev 04:58
3. "Kutti Puli Kootam"   Viveka Hariharan, Tippu, Narayanan, Sathyan, Ranina Reddy 06:06
4. "Poi Varava"   Pa. Vijay Karthik, Chinmayi 05:46
5. "Vennilave"   Na. Muthukumar Hariharan, Bombay Jayashri 04:47
6. "Alaikaa Laikka"   Pa. Vijay Javed Ali, Sayanora Phillip, Sharmila 05:01
7. "Jagadish on Mission (Theme)"     Instrumental 03:24
Total length:
36:12

Box office

India
On the opening day, Thuppakki netted around INR9.25 crore (US$1.5 million) in Tamil Nadu box office alone. It collected a sum of INR45.6 crore (US$7.3 million) in Tamil Nadu, and INR65.32 crore (US$10 million) worldwide by its first week. In Chennai city alone, the film netted INR4.83 crore (US$770,000) in its first week with an average theater occupancy of 99%. The second week witnessed an occupancy of 90% in the city and netted around INR9.41 crore (US$1.5 million) creating a new record for Vijay and taking a distributor share of INR4.60 crore (US$730,000) in 13 days. It still stood in the number one position by the third week resulting in a total collection of INR11.36 crore (US$1.8 million). After a long run for 8 weeks at the Chennai box office, the film netted INR13.4 crore (US$2.1 million), the second highest figure among Tamil films.
Ten days after the release, Thuppakki was successfully released in 31 screens in Mumbai. It was bought for a record price in Karnataka by a leading distributor, and opened well at the box office there. The opening 3-day collection from 8 multiplexes of Bangalore alone netted at INR31.8 lakh (US$51,000) Thuppakki was released in 126 screens in Kerala and raked in INR4 crore (US$640,000) in just two days with a distributor share of INR2 crore (US$320,000), which is a record for any Tamil release. Many of the centers witnessed police charging before the shows and were forced to go for a fifth show on the first day which resulted in almost 600 shows in a single day: a record number of screenings for any film in the state. The film reached the INR100 crore (US$16 million) mark in 11 days of its release. In its financial results for the quarter ending December 31, 2013, Eros announced a domestic net revenue of INR180 crore (US$29 million) for Thuppakki.




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