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Thamizh Padam
Name: Thamizh Padam
Censor Type: U
Running Time: 120 min
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: January 29, 2010
Director: C. S. Amudhan
Stars: Mirchi ShivaDisha PandeyManobala
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Producer: Dayanidhi Azhagiri
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mirchi Shiva Mirchi Shiva ...
Shiva
Disha Pandey Disha Pandey ...
Priya
M. S. Bhaskar M. S. Bhaskar ...
Nakul
Venniradai Moorthy Venniradai Moorthy ...
Bharath
Manobala Manobala ...
Siddharth
Delhi Ganesh Delhi Ganesh ...
Kumar
Ponnambalam Ponnambalam ...
Nattamai
Paravai Muniyamma Paravai Muniyamma ...
Grandmother (D)
Kasthuri Kasthuri ...
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Thamizh Padam (English: Tamil Film) is a 2010 Indian Tamil language spoof film written and directed by debutant C. S. Amudhan. The film stars Shiva and Disha Pandey in the lead roles. The film's plot parodies contemporary commercial films in Tamil cinema, mocking the stereotypical scenes.

The film was distributed by Dhayanidhi Alagiri's Cloud Nine Movies, and it was released on 29 January 2010 and won critical acclaim and commercial success at the box office. The film was later remade to Telugu as Sudigadu.

The story opens in a village where male infanticide is predominant, and all male babies are required to be killed immediately after birth. One such baby is headed for such a fate, until he "speaks" to his caretaker-grandmother (Paravai Muniyamma) and asks to be sent to Chennai on a goods train, where he plans to grow into a hero. The old woman complies, and takes the baby to Chennai and raises him herself, living in the city's poorer section.

On growing into manhood, Shiva (Shiva) gains a reputation by beating up extortionists and saving a rape victim; soon he is glorified as a mass hero. He manages to defeat gangster Devaraj with a clever exchange of puns and a costumed associate. He spends his time hanging out, drinking and playing carrom with his gang of friends, composed of Nakul (M. S. Bhaskar), Bharath (Venniradai Moorthy) and Siddarth (Manobala).

Shiva runs into a headstrong girl named Priya (Disha Pandey) whom he falls in love with. After learning of her hatred for men, he realizes that she has dedicated her life to classical dance, and learns Bharathanatyam over the course of a night; and performs an exaggerated dance sequence for her. She reciprocates his feelings, and the two start a relationship. Shiva is then challenged by Priya's rich and powerful father Kodeeswaran, who refuses to give his daughter to a poor man. Shiva swears to become a billionaire, and promptly does- during the course of a 2.50 minute song.

Kodeeswaran accepts Shiva as a suitor, and fixes his engagement to Priya. During the ceremony, Shiva hears a passing comment that he does not know his own father. Offended, he travels to his birthplace Cinemapatti village, accompanied by Bharath, to learn his roots. After encountering a host of Tamil-cinema stereotypes of several decades ago, he succeeds in uniting with his family when a woman (revealed to be Shiva's father's concubine) leads him to his father, mother and sister. He finds them when they sing their "family song" (the Michael Learns to Rock number, "Someday, Someway").

All the while, Shiva has been targeting and killing several criminals in secret- he kills female gangster Swarna (the character from Dhool) by making her slip over a banana peel; makes another big-time crook laugh to death (in Anniyan style); tortures a drug dealer to suicide by continuous failed attempts on his life (inspired by Apoorva Sagodharargal); and kills his final victim with the bad odour of his sock. The police discover that he is the killer, and it is revealed that Shiva is actually an undercover officer and was killing the lawbreakers under direct orders from not only the Commissioner, but also from the President of the United States.The ganglord who commandeered the slain criminals, a mysterious person simply called "D", organizes the kidnapping of Priya, and has Shiva beaten up. Shiva recovers, saves his beloved by fighting off thugs using exaggerated stunts, and comes face to face with "D", revealed to be his grandmother. She explains that she did it to increase the fame of her grandson, and a heartbroken Shiva is forced to arrest her.

At the trial, Shiva accidentally kills an assassin who targets his grandmother, and is put on trial himself. He is saved, however, when a man who had helped him in Cinemapatti earlier testifies that Shiva was a victim of circumstance. Both Shiva and "D" are pardoned, and Shiva who has been promoted to DGP, unites happily with Priya, his family and friends.   


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Comedy 

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Box Office

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Rs. 3.5 Crore (estimated)

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Dayanidhi Azhagiri

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