Naan Mahaan Alla (2010)

 ●  Tamil ● Running Time: TBA

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'Naan Mahaan Alla' is a tale of two halves; the first half is a upbeat, jolly, playful love story that transforms into a raw, disturbingly violent tale of death and destruction in the second half. Jeeva (Karthi) is a happy-go-lucky young man looking for a job, not that he is serious about it. He is a fun loving young man, always exuding positivity and is naturally popular in his circle. He has a doting family; dad (Jayaprakash) a call taxi driver, a house wife mother (Lakshmi Ramakrishnan), and a younger sister. Jeeva’s life revolves around his family and friends. He meets Priya (Kajal Agarwal) at his friend Sudha’s (Neelima) wedding and falls for her. He expresses himself to her in an interesting manner and woos her in his characteristic playful and jovial manner. When he seeks Priya’s hand in marriage, her father (Ravi Prakash) does not approve of this and averts to a local gangster to dissuade Jeeva. The ensuing events are the most unexpected ones for Priya’s dad as all hell breaks loose. When life seems be going on a straight track for Jeeva, it comes to a shrieking halt in the form of his dad’s scripted accident; and the unhappy turn of events from that point lead and culminate in a riveting climax.

Cast: Kajal Agarwal, Karthik Sivakumar

Crew: Suseenthiran (Director), R Madhi (Director of Photography), Yuvan Shankar Raja (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Crime, Drama, Romance, Thriller

Release Dates: 20 Aug 2010 (India)

Tamil Name: நான் மகான் அல்ல

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Did you know? Director Suseenthiran is fond of introducing new artists, and did so in this movie as well, such as the five boys who played the villains with one of them being Vinod who played the younger character of Surya in Nandha. According to the director, he found three of them "loitering on a popular road in the city", whilst cinematographer Vijay Milton's assistant, Ramachandran and cinematographer Aruldass debuted and played pivotal roles. Read More
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as Priya Sudharsan
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as Ravi
as Pragasam
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Tamil
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies) [Digital]
Music Label: Think Music
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Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyricist: Na Muthukumar
Playback Singer: Rahul Nambiar
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Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyricist: Yugabharathi
Playback Singer: Yuvan Shankar Raja
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Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyricist: Na Muthukumar
Playback Singer: Javed Ali, Shilpa Rao
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Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyricist: Yugabharathi
Playback Singer: Madhu Balakrishnan
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Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyricist: Na Muthukumar
Playback Singer: Rahul Nambiar
Trivia:
Director Suseenthiran is fond of introducing new artists, and did so in this movie as well, such as the five boys who played the villains with one of them being Vinod who played the younger character of Surya in Nandha. According to the director, he found three of them "loitering on a popular road in the city", whilst cinematographer Vijay Milton's assistant, Ramachandran and cinematographer Aruldass debuted and played pivotal roles.

While the movie is not related in any way to the namesake 1984 Rajinikanth-starrer, it is in fact based on a real life incident.