Azhagiya Tamil Magan (English: Handsome Tamil Son) is a 2007 Tamil romantic psychological thriller film directed by Bharathan, written by S. K. Jeeva and produced by Swargachitra Appachan. The film stars Vijay in a dual role while Shriya Saran, Namitha, and N. Santhanam play supporting roles. With cinematography by K. Balasubramaniam and editing by Anthony, the film’s score and soundtrack is composed by A. R. Rahman. The film was released in Malayalam with the same title, in Hindi as Sabse Bada Khiladi, and in Telugu as Maha Muduru.
The film revolves around an excelling athlete who has the ability to predict future events. With his unique ability, he identifies several future events, including the attempted murder of his lover by a look-alike. The film was released on 8 November 2007 and distributed worldwide by Pyramid Saimira to positive reviews.
Guru Moorthy (Vijay) is an MBA student and is an athlete. He participates in a state level running competition where he meets Sriman who also participates in the competition. Guru understands that Sriman needs to win the competition which will help him secure a job through sports quota as he is the only bread winner for his family. Abinaya (Shreya) is the daughter of a rich businessman Anand Chelliah (Ashish Vidyarthi) and is a friend of Sriman’s sister. Abinaya challenges Guru that Sriman will be the winner of the competition. Guru decides to run slowly so that Sriman can become the winner. Later Abi understands that Guru has purposefully run slow behind Sriman and starts liking his character. They become good friends and slowly love blossoms between the two. Suddenly, Guru visualizes a few bizarre incidents which also occur sometime later. Guru consults a psychiatrist and he says that Guru suffers from a syndrome called extra sensory perception (ESP) whereby he can get to know about certain future incidents. Guru worries that such thoughts disturb him mentally and he cannot live a peaceful life.
Guru and Abi’s parents get to know about their love and they plan to get the couple married. One day, Guru dreams of stabbing Abi and gets frightened that Abi will be killed by himself someday. So he decides to stay away from Abi for a few days and leaves without informing anyone. During the train journey, he sees Prasad (also Vijay) getting down in a station. Now Guru believes that it would be Prasad, a look alike of Guru, who will stab Abi and follows Prasad. But while crossing a road, Guru meets with an accident and gets hospitalized by the local people.
Meanwhile Abi starts looking for Guru as he has not contacted her for a few days. Now, Abi meets Prasad in a shopping mall and mistakes him as Guru. Abi talks to Prasad and takes him to her home. Prasad is money minded and a womanizer. Prasad understands that he has a look alike and Abi has mistaken him as her lover. Prasad decides to utilise the opportunity and plan to get married to Abi, so that he can lead a lavish lifestyle.
Guru gets discharged from hospital and tries to contact Abi. He also comes to Chennai to meet Abi at her house. Now everyone is shocked seeing Guru and Prasad as they both look exactly similar and Abi is confused unable to find who is Guru. Prasad pretends as Guru and makes everyone believe. They conduct a running race to find the real Guru (as Guru is an athlete). But as Guru is not well, Prasad wins the race which makes Abi believe Prasad as Guru. The next day, while Abi talks to Prasad, she finds that he misinterprets an event occurred before which makes her realize that it is Prasad who is with her and not Guru. She tries running away from Prasad while Prasad chases her. Guru also comes to rescue and tries to kill Prasad. When Guru is about to stab Prasad, he moves and Abi gets stabbed by Guru.
Guru is shocked and Prasad hits Guru and takes Abi with him. Prasad admits Abi in a hospital and again pretends as Guru. Abi believes that Prasad is Guru. Abi tells that how come someone try taking away a girl who is in love with someone else and she says that Prasad must not have born to legitimate parents. Prasad realizes his cheap behaviour hearing this and confesses that it is Prasad and not Guru. Meanwhile Guru also rushes to hospital. Prasad apologizes to Guru and Abi and leaves the place. On the way, he meets Dhanalakshmi (Namitha) whom he met during the train journey and unites with her.
Directed by Bharathan
Produced by Swargachitra Appachan
Written by Bharathan (Screenplay & Dialogue)
Story by S. K. Jeeva
Starring Vijay, Shriya Saran, Namitha, Santhanam
Music by A. R. Rahman
Edited by Anthony
Distributed by Pyramid Saimira
Release dates 8 November 2007
Running time 171 minutes
Arasa Kattalai ( English: King’s Order), is a 1967 Indian Tamil written and directed by M. G. Chakrapani, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role, with Saroja Devi, J. Jayalalitha, M. N. Nambiar and S. A. Asokan among others enacting supporting roles. The film ran for 70 days. Of the time of big Indian […]
Apoorva Raagangal (English: Rare Melodies) is a 1975 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film features Kamal Haasan and Srividya in lead roles while Rajinikanth (in his cinematic debut), Jayasudha, Nagesh, and Major Sundarrajan play supporting roles. The film was produced by V. Govindarajan and J. Duraisamy under the production banner Kalakendra […]
Kulamagal Radhai is a 1963 Indian Tamil film, directed by A. P. Nagarajan and produced by Spider Films. The film script was written by A. P. Nagarajan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, B. Sarojadevi, Devika and R. S. Manohar in lead roles. The music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan. Lyrics written by Kannadasan and […]
Neeya (English: Is That You?) is a 1979 Indian Tamil-language horror film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of the protagonist and directed by Durai. It is a remake of the Hindi film Nagin, itself inspired by François Truffaut’s film The Bride Wore Black, based on Cornell Woolrich’s novel of the same name. Male […]