Vallakottai (film)

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Vallakottai
Vallakottai Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by A. Venkatesh
Produced by T. D. Raja
Written by Rafi-Mecartin
Starring Arjun
Haripriya
Suresh
Ashish Vidyarthi
Livingston
Vincent Asokan
Prem
Ganja Karuppu
Sathyan
Venniradai Moorthy
Music by Dhina
Cinematography Anji
Edited by Kay Kay
Release date
  • 5 November 2010 (2010-11-05)
Running time
130 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil

Vallakottai is a 2010 Tamil action film directed by A. Venkatesh. A remake of the successful 2007 Malayalam Mammootty-starrer Mayavi,[1] the film features Arjun in the lead role, and released on 5 November 2010.[2]

This film opened with decent reviews and became a moderate success among 2010 Deepavali releases and was released along with Uthamaputhiran and Mynaa.

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Vayuputhran aka Muthuvel (Arjun) comes out of the prison with a promise to his jailmate Bala (Prem) that he would take care of his ailing brother Sathish, who is about to undergo a surgery.

After visiting Sathish in the hospital, Muthu goes to Vallakottai (from where he gets an assignment) to earn money. His job is to surrender for the murder of Eswarapandian (Suresh), the jameen of Vallakottai, which is to be committed by Eswarapandian’s archrivals Nachiyar (Ashish Vidyarthi) and his brother Sethupathi (Vincent Asokan).

At Vallakottai, Muthu meets Anjali (Haripriya) and Veera Sangili (Ganja Karuppu). As scenes unfold, he falls for Anjali and also comes to know that Eswarapandian is harmless and Nachiyar is the one who is to be punished.

Even as acting as a servant of Nachiyar, Muthu wears different getups in the name of Vayuputhran and teaches a lesson or two to the baddies. In the meantime, Bala gets released from prison and what follows is a twist.

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