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    Release Date : 18 Jun 2010
    Director : Mani Ratnam
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    Villain is a dubbed version of tamil movie "Raavan" and it is about a Raavan (Vikram) who is waiting for a chance to take revenge on a police officer Ram (Prithviraj) who was responsible for the death of his sister.

    At the same time Ram gets married to his love Janaki (Aishwarya Rai).But on the very next day of the marriage Raavan kidnaps Janaki and takes her away.

    Later Janaki comes to know of the real Ram and falls in love with Raavan. In the end after a fiery duel Raavan Vikram loses to Ram Prithvi. But when Ram wanted to take Janaki back home she refuses to go and stays with Raavan.
    Director Mani Ratnam
    Story NA
    Screenplay NA
    Dialogue NA
    Cinematography NA
    Music A R Rahman
    Producer Mani Ratnam
    Production Company NA
    Distributer NA
    Music Label NA
    Lyrics Veturi Sundararama Murthy
    Singers Vijay Prakash, Keerthi, Karthik, Benny Dayal, Devi Sri Prasad, Naresh Iyer, Anuradha Sriram, Tanvi
    Art Direction NA
    Stunt Choreography NA
    Dance Choreography NA
    VFX NA
    Costume Design NA
    Budget TBA
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    OTT Platform TBA
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    • filmibeat.com
      The Mani Ratnam’s film Ravan in Hindi, has evoked lots of hype right from the day he announced the film. The film was simultaneously made in three languages. The Bollywood version had Abhishek Bachchan as Villain  and Vikram as hero, while the o..
    • days ago
      Background : Mani Ratnam’s films irrespective of how they are and the talk surrounding them are seen with keen interest by critics and audiences alike. With ‘Villain’ he brings Vikram, who is a brilliant actor and beautiful Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with his usual teammate A R Rahman, and a plethora of other India’s best crew. So how is this ‘Villain’? Story : Veerayya (Vikram) is a tribal leader who has some grudge against the District SP Dev played by Prithvi. He kidnaps the SP’s wife Raagini (Aishwarya Rai) to teach him a lesson. The SP starts searching with the help of few other characters. As it is obvious by now the film is hugely inspired by the tale of ‘Ramayana’. Technical Departments: From the beginning of the film to its final ending, two technical aspects remain absolutely brilliant – A. R. Rahman’s music and Santosh Sivan's & Manikandan’s Cinematography. Analysis: The film is inspired by 'Ramayana' and uses Raagini’s character to ask following mind boggling questions to those who can put their brains to work: While these questions might bother few people, Mani Ratnam takes the safest route of not giving any answers. He leaves the audiences in silence, with stunning Rahman’s background song ‘Egiri Po’(Fly Away) which is not included in the audio.
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