Avasara Police 100

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Avasara Police 100
Avasara Police 100.JPG
Directed by K. Bhagyaraj
Produced by S. Duraisamy
Written by K. Bhagyaraj
Starring M. G. Ramachandran
K. Bhagyaraj
Gouthami
Silk Smitha
Music by M. S. Viswanathan
K. Bhagyaraj
Cinematography V. Ramamoorthy
Edited by A. P. Manivannan
Production
company
Sudha Cine Movies
Distributed by Sudha Cine Movies
Release date
17 October 1990
Country India
Language Tamil

Avasara Police 100 is a 1990 Indian Tamil-language film starring and directed by K. Bhagyaraj with M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

Ramu is a hardened criminal who returns home after completing 14 years imprisonment for murder. Ramu murdered a man in his childhood, when the man tried to molest his mother. Kishan thinks his father is dead, but he soon learns that his mother has kept his existence hidden from Ramu. He learns that his father Prakash was a jeweller who killed his partner and ran away with some precious jewels. She tells Ramu that she never saw Prakash after that and now he is a dreaded gangster in the underworld.

Ramu decides to avenge his father for all his wrongdoings. He singles out Sawant, a powerful man of Prakash and decides to strike on him. Meanwhile, Gopi, a doppelgänger of Kishan, works as a constable in police force. Gopi has a doting mother, a wife and a kid, but isn't taken seriously as he lacks the guts to become anything worthwhile. Kishan spots Gopi and decides to use him for his purposes. Kishan starts bumping off the goons while Gopi starts getting the credit.

Soon, Gopi's fortune changes, while Kishan succeeds in furthering his motives. Sadly, Seema, the Commissioner's daughter, falls in love with Gopi, unaware of his marital status. One day, Kishan manages to sneak into Malhotra's lair. He holds Malhotra on gunpoint and shows him the photo of his mother. He learns that Sawant is the kingpin and Suraj the pawn, rather than other way around. Suraj tells Kishan that Sawant's men killed Suraj's partner for the jewels. Suraj somehow scooted off with the money and hid it in the basement of a construction site.

Sawant caught Suraj and told him that the latter has been convicted for the former's crimes. Sawant also tells him that his wife has committed suicide and his son would be killed too, if Suraj does not tell the location of the jewels. Suraj does not tell the location, but to save the infant from death, takes the blame on himself. Upon this, Kishan reveals his true identity. Both realize that Sawant passed some other child as Suraj's child. Kishan learns that the place the money was hidden is the police headquarters now.

Kishan decides to retrieve the loot, but both Gopi and Seema realize the truth. Now, Gopi starts hunting for Kishan. Meanwhile, Kishan has infuriated Sawant too by killing some of his goons. Kishan's mother, whom Kishan had left to find his father, comes to find him. She runs into Gopi, mistaking him for Kishan. Gopi tricks her and abducts her. But Gopi is in for a surprise when Kishan's mother and Gopi's mother turn out to be acquaintances.

Gopi's mother reveals that when Kishan's mother was in labour, she delivered twins. Gopi's mother was actually childless, so she took one of the kids. Gopi is in a quandary as he cannot arrest his newfound brother, but decides that he has to do this, one way or another. Meanwhile, Kishan has revealed the truth to Seema, who agrees to help him in retrieving the score. Sawant succeeds in nabbing Kishan. Unable to see his son tortured, Suraj spills the beans.

Now, Gopi enters the den and pretends to be Kishan, claiming that Sawant has actually kidnapped the gullible Gopi. One by one, all the villains are unmasked. Suraj is delighted to meet his wife, while both Gopi and Kishan start bringing Sawant's empire to dust. After killing Sawant's son, which ironically provides poetic justice in this case, all the goons are rounded off. Suraj is finally united with his extended family in the end.

Cast[edit]

[3]

Actor Role
M. G. Ramachandran as Raju (Archive Footage)
K. Bhagyaraj as Ramu and Veerasamy Naidu
Latha as Chitra, Raju's girl friend (Archive Footage)
Pandhari Bai as Raju and Seetha's mother (Archive Footage)
Gouthami as Ramu's girl friend
Silk Smitha as Chinnappapa, Veerasamy Naidu's wife
Sangeetha as Seetha, Ramu and Veerasamy Naidu's mother (Archive Footage and in the movie)
M. N. Nambiar as Prakash, Ramu and Veerasamy Naidu's father (Archive Footage and in the movie)
Vijayakumar as B.P.Kasinath, Prakash's partner (Main Villain)
V.Gopalakrishnan as The Commissioner A.Ganesh
V. S. Raghavan as Chitra 's father (Archive Footage and in the movie)

Production[edit]

Approximately 4,000 feet (1,200 m) of MGR's unfinished 1977 film Anna Nee En Deivam directed by C.V.Sridhar was incorporated into the new plot. [4] The MGR footage includes more scenes and two songs composed by M. S. Viswanathan. M. N. Nambiar, Sangeetha and V.S. Raghavan all reprised their roles in the new film. The film was remade in Hindi as Gopi Kishan directed by Mukesh Duggal. It was released on December 2, 1994 with Suniel Shetty. It is a posthumous movie for MGR. The film was released on September 17th, 1990. This release coincides with 18 years of the creation of the political party of MGR, the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam.

Soundtrack[edit]

The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan (for MGR's portions), 2 songs & K. Bhagyaraj, 5 songs. The playback singer for MGR's voice was T. M. Soundararajan.[5]

No. Song Singers Music Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 Nee Nenachathum T. M. Soundararajan M. S. Viswanathan Pulamaipithan 03:23
2 En Mappillaikku T. M. Soundararajan Vaali 03:23
3 Rajangam En Rajangam S. P. Balasubramaniam K. Bhagyaraj Vaali 04:14
4 Naan Pongal Mano & S. Janaki Vaali 04:27
5 Naa Bavagaru Mano & S. Janaki Vaali 04:40
6 Nagooru Pettai Malaysia Vasudevan & S. Janaki Vairamuthu 04:38
7 Pattu Pu Pu Pu (Not in the movie, not held) S. Janaki & chorus Chinnakonar 04:25

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bhagyaraj (2000-01-01), Avasara Police 100, retrieved 2016-08-27 
  2. ^ "Vettai: Brothers and the baddies". The Hindu. 2012-01-21. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2016-08-29. 
  3. ^ Bhagyaraj (2000-01-01), Avasara Police 100, retrieved 2016-08-29 
  4. ^ http://mgrroop.blogspot.in/2012/12/unfinished-mgr-movies-ii.html
  5. ^ http://www.saavn.com/s/album/tamil/Avasara-Police-100-2014/8DXf7rgdTkU_

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