Thirupachi Full Movie Tamil Hd 1080149
Thirupachi Full Movie Tamil HD 1080149
Thirupachi is a 2005 Tamil action drama film starring Vijay, Trisha and Mallika in the lead roles. The film was written and directed by Perarasu and produced by R. B. Choudary under the banner of Super Good Films. The film features music composed by Dhina, Devi Sri Prasad and Mani Sharma, and cinematography by S. Saravanan. The film was released on 14 January 2005 and became a commercial success, running for 175 days in theatres.
The film revolves around Sivagiri (Vijay), a brave and honest young man who lives in a village with his parents and sister Karpagam (Mallika). He works as a welder in a factory and is also a vigilante who fights against injustice in his village. He is in love with Subha (Trisha), a college student who comes to his village for her research project. Sivagiri's life takes a turn when he decides to go to Chennai to get his sister married to her lover Ravi (Yugendran), who is the son of a rich businessman Raj Guru (Manoj K. Jayan).
In Chennai, Sivagiri witnesses the atrocities of a gangster named Saniyan Sagadai (Kota Srinivasa Rao), who controls the city's underworld activities with the help of his henchmen Patasu Balu (Pasupathy) and Kannappan (Benjamin). Sivagiri also learns that Raj Guru is a corrupt police officer who works for Saniyan Sagadai and has been torturing Ravi and his family for their property. Sivagiri decides to take on Saniyan Sagadai and Raj Guru and protect his sister and her lover from their clutches. He also gets the support of an honest police inspector Inba Raghavan (Livingston) and an assistant commissioner Raj (Aryan).
How Sivagiri fights against the evil forces and brings justice to the city forms the rest of the story.
Vijay as Sivagiri
Trisha as Subha
Mallika as Karpagam
Kota Srinivasa Rao as Saniyan Sagadai
Manoj K. Jayan as Raj Guru
Livingston as Inba Raghavan
Pasupathy as Patasu Balu
Benjamin as Kannappan
Yugendran as Ravi
Aryan as Raj
Vaiyapuri as Police Constable
Vijayan as Commissioner Rathnakumar
Vinod Raj as Sivagiri's father
Rajya Lakshmi as Sivagiri's mother
M. N. Rajam as Subha's grandmother
Nellai Siva as Villager
M. S. Bhaskar as Marriage Broker
Sashikumar as Ravi's brother
Meenal as Raj's daughter
Nitish Veera as local goon (uncredited)
Kumarimuthu as Kannappan's father
Fathima Babu as Raj's wife
Scissor Manohar as himself
Bala Singh as himself
Chaya Singh in a special appearance in "Kumbida Pona Deivam" song
Bharathi as Saniyan Sagadai's wife
The film has six songs composed by three different music directors: Dhina, Devi Sri Prasad and Mani Sharma. The lyrics were written by Perarasu, Na. Muthukumar, Pa. Vijay, Snehan and Viveka. The songs are: Song Singer(s) Music Director -------------------------------- Kattu Kattu Keera Kattu Harish Raghavendra, Uma Ramanan, Premji Amaren, Manikka Vinayagam, Sumangali, Dhina Dhina Enna Thavam Swarnalatha, Shankar Mahadevan Devi Sri Prasad Kumbida Pona Deivam Malathy Lakshman, Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Anuradha Sriram, Tippu Mani Sharma Appan Panna Dhina, Premji Amaren Dhina Nee Entha Ooru Harish Raghavendra, Sumangali Dhina Kannum Kannumthan Harish Raghavendra, Uma Ramanan Dhina Reception
The film received mixed reviews from critics. Sify.com gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and wrote: "Thirupachi is a typical Vijay mass masala entertainer that has all the ingredients that his fans love- comedy, sentiments, punch lines and action. The film is a rehash of many of his earlier films and is predictable but Perarasu has packaged it well with some good songs and slick editing."
Rediff.com gave the film 2.5 out of 5 stars and wrote: "Thirupachi is a typical Vijay film. It has all the ingredients that make his films work -- action, comedy, sentiment and romance. But it also has all the clichés that make his films boring -- a wafer-thin plot, a predictable screenplay, a loud background score and over-the-top stunts."
The Hindu wrote: "Perarasu's Thirupachi is a potpourri of all the Vijay hits so far. The director has not even attempted to give it a different look or treatment. The only difference is that this time the hero takes on the baddies in Chennai instead of Madurai."
The film was a commercial success at the box office, grossing over 30 crore worldwide. It was declared a blockbuster and ran for 175 days in theatres. It was also remade in Kannada as Thangigagi (2006) starring Darshan and in Telugu as Annavaram (2006) starring Pawan Kalyan.
: [Sify.com review]
: [Rediff.com review]
: [The Hindu review]