Thee (2009 film)

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Thee sundar c.jpg
Directed byG. Kicha
Produced byShagul Ahamed
G. Kicha
Written byG. Kicha
Story byPosani Krishna Murali
StarringSundar C
Ramya Raj
Sayaji Shinde
Music bySrikanth Deva
CinematographyK. Bhoopathy
Edited bySaleem
Shree Movie Makers
Distributed bySun Pictures
Release date
  • 27 February 2009 (2009-02-27)

Thee (Fire) is a Tamil movie starring Sundar C, Namitha and Ramya Raj in the lead roles. It was co-written, co-produced and directed by G. Kicha. The film was released on 27 February 2009. The film was a remake of the Telugu film Operation Duryodhana.


The story begins with Sarathy (Sundar C.), a tough but honest cop. Given his straightforward nature, he is the thorn in the flesh for many antisocial elements and politicians. Due to this, he keeps getting transferred from time to time but has no qualms about it, since he is happily married to Ganga (Ramya Raj). However, Sarathy's life takes a turn when he arrests a corrupt MLA J.P. (G. M. Kumar) and his men, which leads J.P. to quit the field. J.P. vows revenge, so he Ganga and her two children. He also frames Sarathy in a case. But Ganga escapes and Sarathy admits her in a hospital in serious condition. This enrages Sarathy so much that he decides to take a different route. He becomes Saami, and with the help of a top hot actress Ruchi Devi (Namitha), he obtains a political ticket and successfully becomes an MLA. His wife gives birth to a child and dies in the hospital. From then on, he begins his corrupt acts in such a way that the entire society begins to loathe the police force. In no time, the police are vexed and decide to go on an indefinite strike. The entire system comes to a halt and things begin to get messy. Saami then strikes hard at J.P., and what happens from there forms the rest of the story.



Soundtrack was composed by Srikanth Deva and lyrics written by Yugabharathi, Piraisudan and Gana Pazhani.[1]


The film received negative reviews from critics.[2] Behindwoods wrote "Thee has nothing new to his fans and the film is all about the clash between the politicians and police. Neither the plot of the story nor the presentation is new."[3] Indiaglitz wrote "Thee begins brisk but doused down towards the climax. A déjà vu feeling and an influence of overdose of Telugu masala flick cannot be ruled out in the end."[4]


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