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Thamizh

Thamizh is a 2002 Indian Tamil-language action drama film written and directed by Hari, in his directorial debut and produced by Amutha Durairaj. The movie stars Prashanth and Simran in the leading roles, while Vadivelu, Ashish Vidyarthi, Nassar, and Livingston, among others, portray supporting roles. Featuring music composed by Bharadwaj, Thamizh opened to positive reviews upon release in April 2002. The film was remade in Bengali as Aakrosh.

Plot

Thamizh (Prashanth) leads a happy life with his mother (Manorama) and sister-in-law Kalaichelvi (Urvashi). Thamizh's brother Anbazhagan (Livingston) is working in Kuwait, and he too dreams of joining him there. Meenakshi (Simran), their tenant, and Thamizh fall in love. When the goons of Periyavar (Ashish Vidyarthi) injure Thamizh's niece, he stops Periyavar's car on the road and questions him. He then beats up one of Periyavar's goons when insulted. This makes him Periyavar's target, and though he tries to withdraw from the violence, he is forced to join forces with Rathnam (Nassar), Periyavar's sworn enemy, and eventually defeats him.

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    author
    contentLocation Tamil Nadu
    director Hari
    editor V. T. Vijayan
    genre action drama
    keywords force on the road
    musicBy Bharathwaj
    producer Amutha Durairaj
    productionCompany Deivanai Movies
    theme action drama