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ⓘ Thambi, 2006 film. Thambi is 2006 Indian Tamil-language social action film written and directed by Seeman. The film features Madhavan and Pooja in the lead role ..




                                     

ⓘ Thambi (2006 film)

Thambi is 2006 Indian Tamil-language social action film written and directed by Seeman. The film features Madhavan and Pooja in the lead roles, while Vadivelu, Manivannan and Biju Menon play other supporting roles. Featuring music composed by Vidyasagar and cinematography by Balasubramaniem, the film released in 22 February 2006 and became successful in box office.

                                     

1. Plot

Thambi Velu Thondaiman Madhavan is a rebellious youth who cannot tolerate violence and injustice by any means. His main target is Sankara Pandian Biju Menon, a rich local goon. Thambi wants Sankara Pandian to leave all his illegal activities and violence. One day Thambi interrupts Archana’s Pooja stage performance when chasing a wrongdoer. Archana misunderstands Thambi as a rowdy and hates him, but Thambi saves Archana in a restaurant when a few guys try molesting her, following which she starts liking him, which gradually transforms into love. However, Thambi does not reciprocate and wants Archana to stop following him as he has so many enemies in the city.

Thambi is invited to his alma mater to preside for a function where he opens up his personal story. A flashback is shown where Thambi was leading a joyful life with his parents and sister. Once, Thambi spots a murder committed by Saravana Pandian Shanmugarajan, Sankara Pandians brother. Thambi becomes the murder witness and identifies the murderer in court, which angers Sankara Pandian. To avenge his brother’s arrest, Sankara Pandian murders Thambi’s parents and sister. This made Thambi transform into a fearless youth trying to make the city free from violence.

Thambi wants Sankara Pandian to transform into a good guy and prevents all his plans to erupt violence in the city. Finally, Sankara Pandian brings in violence and clashes in the city one day for political reasons. Unfortunately, his mother suddenly suffers a from heart attack, and he rushes to the hospital with her. On the way, however, his car gets blocked in traffic as there is violence everywhere on the roads, and he could not reach the hospital on time. Thambi comes to the spot, and Sankara Pandian thinks that Thambi will take revenge on him by killing his family. However, to his surprise, Thambi lifts Sankara Pandian’s mother from the car and runs to the hospital. Sankara Pandian’s mother is saved, following which Sankara Pandian realizes his mistake and admires Thambi’s great affection for the well-being of every person although not related to him. He also decides to leave all his violence and illegal activities and apologizes to Thambi for his wrongful acts committed. In the end, Thambi and Archana unite.

                                     

2. Production

Director Seeman made a comeback to film direction after taking a sabbatical following the release of Veeranadai in 1999 and began working on a script about a village-based vigilante to be produced by Mid Valley Entertainments. Madhavan heard the script of the film at the insistence of his manager, Nazir, and was impressed with the "fire and confidence" in Seemans narration. He subsequently signed on to work on the film in October 2004. The actor subsequently underwent a makeover for the film, sporting long hair and portrayed a young man from a village for the first time in his career. The team initially approached Asin for the lead female role, but Pooja was eventually signed on to work on the film during December 2004 and collaborated with Madhavan for the second time after Jay 2003.

The film was shot across South Tamil Nadu, with shoots extensively filmed in Karaikudi. Madhavan left the shoot of the film in August 2005 to attend the birth of his child in Mumbai. His sudden disappearance led to the Producers Guild giving him a ban, before the matter was amicably sorted. The film was completed during November 2005 and the team began post-production works thereafter. Dubbing works were completed at Bharani Studios in Chennai later that month.

                                     

3. Release

The film opened to mixed reviews but performed well at the box office. A critic from Sify.com stated "Seemans intentions are noble but could have been told in a more realistic manner". Indiaglitz.com stated "Seeman has succeeded in rendering a movie carrying a message that fits the contemporary society" and that it is "a bold attempt worth watching". The critic added "however, on the flip side, towards the second-half, few romantic sequences scenes involving Pooja and Madhavan puts brakes on the movies pace". A critic from galatta.com stated "Thambi is, all in all, a good film".

                                     
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  • budget Telugu films until 2009. He then moved to Chennai and worked on good budget Tamil projects including Odipolama 2009 and Thambi Vettothi Sundaram
  • Natchathiram 1988 - Debut in Tamil Soora Samhaaram 1988 Pattikattu Thambi 1988 Senthoora Poove 1988 Paravaigal Palavitham 1988 Paandi Nattu
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