Makkhi (2012)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 25 mins

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'Eega' is a path-breaking and experimental movie that has used advancements in computer graphics technology to tell a bold and entertaining tale. Sudeep is a high profile industrialist who gets whatever he wants and he has a special eye for beautiful women. To get them, he will not hesitate to do anything. That desire gets triggered when Sudeep sees Bindu, a micro artist who runs a non-profit organization. However, Bindu is loved by Nani who keeps following her everywhere. Though Bindu loves him, she doesn't express it to him and enjoys the attention. The story takes a turn when Sudeep discovers the feelings of Bindu for Nani and is unable to digest his defeat. He kills Nani. The rest of this fantastic tale revolves around how Nani is born again as 'Eega' (fly), and the ingenious ways he employs to wreak vengeance upon Sudeep.
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Did you know? The leads actors original names were given for their characters also, actor Sudeep as multi-millionaire industrialist Sudeep, and actor Nani as fire-worker Nani. Read More
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In the scene where "Nani"'s dead body is rolled over by the cops on the road, there is a slight movement of Nani's eyeball that is visible.

When Bindu is in Sudeep's home, the length of her chain keeps changing from time to time.

Bindhu asks Nani to accompany her from office on foot as her scooter has no fuel and she locks up the scooter in her office compound. But next morning, she is shown driving off the scooter from her home.

Bindus's house has two floors, but when Sudeep comes to her home it is a multistory building.
The movie was simultaneously made in Tamil under the title "Naan Ee", with a dubbed Malayalam version titled "Eecha". After the movie emerged as a worldwide blockbuster, it was dubbed into Hindi as Makkhi. After being dubbed in Thai, a Chinese dub titled "Kung Fu Housefly" was also reported to have been planned as of June 2013.

This was one of the first times in the history of Indian cinema that Live Action Animation and Visual effects were used to this extent. They were supervised by Rahul Venugopal, Adel Adili and Pete Draper of Makuta effects.

This movie was screened to critical acclaim at L'Étrange Film Festival. The film has garnered the Best Feature Film in Telugu and the Best Special Effects at the 60th National Film Awards, and also garnered awards for the Most Original Film, Best Special Effects, Best Comedy, Best Fights, Best Film to watch with a crowd, Best Editing, Best Villain and Best Hero (Fly) in the 8th Annual Edition Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

Since the head of a housefly is made up almost entirely of eye and very little muscle, conveying emotion as the fly was extremely difficult. To overcome this, S.S. Rajamouli used body language - they made Nani cover his head completely in cloth and asked him to perform various emotions just through body language. This data was given to the animation team who then created all the movements and body language for the fly.

10 days in, Rajamouli wanted to stop the production since the "Eega" made by the VFX didn't impress him at all and he had second thoughts on the business the movie would have made. But since around 4-8 Crores were already spent, he decided to move forward and generate the "Eega" from scratch.

One of the films and the only Telugu film considered to be sent out as India's entry to the Oscar Academy Awards 2012 in the best foreign language film category, but lost out to Barfi! (2012).

The leads actors original names were given for their characters also, actor Sudeep as multi-millionaire industrialist Sudeep, and actor Nani as fire-worker Nani.
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Dubbed from: Eega (Telugu)