Thuppakki had lit the screens last Diwali. Exactly, a year ago, the Tamil movie was released and had stolen the hearts of the audience. It is now the time for Vijay's fans to remember the film and recall the memories associated with it. On this occasion, Illayathalapathy's fans have voluntarily started debates on social networking sites.
Vijay's fans did not have anything to celebrate this Diwali as
there was no movie release of the actor. It was all about Ajith
Kumar's Arrambam, Karthi's All in All Azhagu Raja
and Vishal Krishna's Pandiya Nadu this season. But now,
they seem to have got an opportunity to celebrate something on
their favourite star as they have set a trend on Twitter.
They are celebrating the 'Thuppakki Day' on Twitter. They are
posting message with the hash tag - #ThuppakkiDay. The fans are
being supported by the Ilayathalapathy's online fans club. Many are
posting their experience of watching the Tamil flick and their
sweet memories of the flick. Not to forget, Vijay's best scenes,
dances and fights have also been praised by their fans.
The comments have started pouring in from various regions of
India with tweets mainly from Chennai. Here, we are bringing you
some of the selected few tweets. Find it on the
Thuppakki was directed by AR Murugadoss. It was
produced by Kalaipuli S Dhanu.
Kajal Romanced Vijay
Kajal Aggarwal has romanced Illayathalapathy Vijay in
Sathyan, Vidyut Jamwal, Jayaram, Zakir Hussain, Deepthi
Nambiar, Manobala, Akshara Gowda and others are in the
While Harris Jayaraj had composed the music, Santhosh
Sivan had handled the camera. Sreekar Prasad was the editor of
Thuppakki, which was released on November 13,
2012, had opened up to positive reviews from critics and
Vijay was seen in the role of an army men and a secret
agent of DIA (Defence Intelligence Agency).
The story was set in Mumbai. How the DIA agent spoils
the terrorits attacks form the crux of the story.
There were many plus points in Thuppakki.
Firstly, the action sequences were well shot.
Vijay Was Brilliant
Secondly, Vijay was brilliant in the role and his
character was well-written. Thirdly, the film had a good story even
though Vijay-Kajal love scenes does not go well at
To conclude, Thuppakki was an entertaining
flick even though the mood of the audience fluctuated every now and
The success of Thuppakki made AR Murugadoss to
remake it in Bollywood. Currently, the movie is being made in Hindi
with Akshay Kumar in the lead role.