Anniyan Full Movie Hd 1080p Blu-ray Tamil Movie
Anniyan Full Movie HD 1080p Blu-ray Tamil Movie
Anniyan is a 2005 Tamil action thriller film directed by S. Shankar and starring Vikram, Sadha, Prakash Raj, Vivek, Yana Gupta, Nasser, Nedumudi Venu and Cochin Haneefa. The film revolves around Ramanujam, a lawyer who suffers from multiple personality disorder and becomes a vigilante at night, punishing criminals based on the Garuda Purana. The film was a blockbuster hit and received critical acclaim for its screenplay, direction, performances, music and visual effects. The film also won six National Film Awards and eight Filmfare Awards South.
Ramanujam alias Ambi is a meek lawyer who respects the law and believes in justice. He is in love with his neighbour Nandini, a classical dancer, but she rejects him due to his submissive nature. Ambi also faces constant criticism from his father and his boss for his lack of courage and initiative. One day, he witnesses a group of rowdies extorting money from a roadside eatery owner and decides to file a complaint against them. However, he is shocked to learn that the police are in league with the rowdies and that his complaint has been dismissed. He also finds out that his father has been diagnosed with cancer and needs an urgent operation.
Unable to bear the injustice and corruption in the society, Ambi develops another personality named Anniyan, a ruthless vigilante who follows the punishments prescribed in the Garuda Purana, a Hindu scripture that deals with the afterlife. Anniyan creates a website where people can report crimes anonymously and he executes them in gruesome ways. He also leaves behind his signature mark, a Hindi letter 'A' (for Anniyan) on the bodies of his victims. Anniyan becomes a sensation among the public and a nightmare for the criminals.
Meanwhile, Nandini starts to fall in love with Remo, a suave model who is actually another personality of Ambi. Remo is the opposite of Ambi, he is confident, charming and adventurous. He woos Nandini with his charisma and style. However, he also suffers from memory loss and does not remember anything about Ambi or Anniyan.
Prabhakar, a police officer who is investigating the Anniyan case, suspects Ambi to be the culprit after finding evidence at his house. He also learns about Ambi's multiple personality disorder from his psychiatrist Dr. Balu. Prabhakar confronts Ambi at a railway station where he is about to propose to Nandini as Remo. Ambi transforms into Anniyan and attacks Prabhakar and his men. He then reveals his identity to Nandini and tells her that he loves her as all his personalities. He also explains that he became Anniyan after witnessing his sister's death in a fire accident caused by a corrupt builder who used substandard materials.
Prabhakar shoots Anniyan in the shoulder and he falls down on the tracks. He is then hit by a train and presumed dead. However, he survives and undergoes treatment under Dr. Balu's supervision. Dr. Balu tells Nandini that Ambi's personalities have merged into one and that he has recovered from his disorder. Nandini reunites with Ambi and they get married.
Vikram as Ramanujam alias Ambi/Remo/Anniyan
Sadha as Nandini
Prakash Raj as DCP Prabhakar
Vivek as Chari, Ambi's friend
Yana Gupta as special appearance in "Kadhal Yaanai" song
Nasser as Parthasarathy Iyengar, Ambi's father
Nedumudi Venu as Krishnan Iyengar, Ambi's uncle
Cochin Haneefa as Subbiah alias Subbi
Kalabhavan Mani as Chockalingam
Shanmugarajan as Thiyagarajan
Charle as Madan, a barber
Saurabh Shukla as Dr. Balu
Mohan Vaidya as Bharathanatyam teacher
Malavika Avinash as TV anchor
Anniyan was directed by S. Shankar, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Gopal Ram. The film was produced by V. Ravichandran under his banner Aascar Films. The film was inspired by several Hollywood films such as Psycho, Fight Club, Identity and The Matrix. The film was shot in various locations in India and abroad, including Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Ooty, Thanjavur, Thiruvaiyaru, Chidambaram, Thiruvannamalai, Varanasi, Kolkata, Goa, Amsterdam, Paris and Malaysia. The film's budget was estimated to be around 260 million.
The film's music was composed by Harris Jayaraj, who collaborated with Shankar for the first time. The lyrics were written by Vaali and Vairamuthu. The film had six songs, which were well received by the audience and critics. The songs were also dubbed into Telugu and Hindi for the film's dubbed versions. The film's soundtrack album sold over 2 million units and became one of the best-selling albums of the year.
Anniyan was released on 17 June 2005 in over 400 screens worldwide. The film received a U/A certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification after some cuts and modifications. The film was also dubbed into Telugu as Aparichitudu and Hindi as Aparichit: The Stranger. The film was also screened at various international film festivals such as the Cannes Film Festival, the Shanghai International Film Festival and the Fantasia International Film Festival.
Anniyan received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its story, direction, performances, music and visual effects. Vikram's portrayal of the three personalities was widely appreciated and he won several awards for his performance. The film was also a commercial success and grossed over 600 million at the box office. The film became the second highest-grossing Tamil film of the year after Chandramukhi. The film also ran for over 200 days in theatres and became a cult classic among the Tamil audience.
Anniyan won six National Film Awards in 2005, including Best Actor for Vikram, Best Special Effects for Srinivas M Mohan, Best Makeup Artist for Banu, Best Art Direction for Thotta Tharani, Best Stunt Choreographer for Peter Hein and Best Costume Designer for Manish Malhotra. The film also won eight Filmfare Awards South in 2006, including Best Film Tamil, Best Director Tamil for Shankar, Best Actor Tamil for Vikram, Best Music Director Tamil for Harris Jayaraj, Best Cinematographer Tamil for Ravi Varman, Best Lyricist Tamil for Vaali (for "Andangkaka"), Best Male Playback Singer Tamil for Shankar Mahadevan (for "Andangkaka") and Best Female Playback Singer Tamil for Harini (for "Kannum Kannum Nokia"). The film also won several other awards from various organisations and media outlets.
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