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Dasavatharam Telugu Movie




Dasavatharam is a 2008 Indian Telugu-language action thriller film directed by K. S. Ravikumar and starring Kamal Haasan in ten different roles. The film also features Asin Thottumkal, Mallika Sherawat, Jayaprada, Napoleon, P. Vasu and others in supporting roles. The film revolves around a bio-technologist who tries to stop a deadly virus from falling into the wrong hands of an ex-CIA agent and deadly assassins.


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Plot




The film begins in the 12th century, where Rangaraja Nambi (Kamal Haasan), a devout follower of Lord Vishnu, is persecuted by King Kulothunga Chola II (Napoleon) for refusing to surrender an idol of Vishnu. Nambi is tied to the idol and thrown into the sea, along with his wife Kodhai (Asin Thottumkal).


In the present day, Govindarajan Ramaswamy (Kamal Haasan), a bio-technologist working in the United States, invents a bio-weapon called BOSS, which has the potential to destroy an entire country. He is betrayed by his boss Dr. Sethu (Raghuram), who sells the vial containing the virus to a former CIA agent Christian Fletcher (Kamal Haasan). Govind manages to escape with another vial and boards a flight to India, where he hopes to hand over the virus to a trusted scientist.


However, Fletcher and his henchmen follow him and try to kill him and retrieve the vial. Govind's flight lands in Chennai, where he meets Shinghen Narahasi (Kamal Haasan), a Japanese martial arts expert who is on a mission to kill Fletcher for killing his sister. Govind also encounters Balram Naidu (Kamal Haasan), a RAW operative who is investigating a case of illegal arms smuggling. Govind also meets Andal (Asin Thottumkal), an aspiring actress who is a descendant of Nambi and Kodhai.


The film follows the adventures of Govind and Andal as they try to evade Fletcher and his men, while also encountering various other characters such as Avtaar Singh (Kamal Haasan), a Punjabi pop singer; Krishnaveni (Kamal Haasan), an old woman who is Avtaar's ex-wife; Vincent Poovaragavan (Kamal Haasan), a social activist who opposes sand mining; Kalifullah Mukhtaar (Kamal Haasan), a Muslim preacher who helps Govind; George W. Bush (Kamal Haasan), the President of the United States; and Sheikh Mukhtaar (Nagesh), a Dubai-based businessman who is Kalifullah's father.


The film culminates in a climactic sequence where Govind and Fletcher face off at the site where the idol of Vishnu was submerged. Govind manages to destroy the virus and save the world, while Fletcher is killed by Narahasi. Govind and Andal reunite and realize that they are the reincarnations of Nambi and Kodhai.


Cast




  • Kamal Haasan as Govindarajan Ramaswamy / Rangaraja Nambi / George W. Bush / Avtaar Singh / Balram Naidu / Christian Fletcher / Shinghen Narahasi / Krishnaveni / Vincent Poovaragavan / Kalifullah Mukhtaar



  • Asin Thottumkal as Andal / Kodhai



  • Mallika Sherawat as Jasmine



  • Jayaprada as Ranjitha Singh



  • Napoleon as Kulothunga Chola II



  • P. Vasu as J. Ragavendra



  • Raghuram as Dr. Sethu



  • Chakri Toleti as Sairam



  • Shammu as Assistant Biotechnologist



  • M. S. Bhaskar as Broadway Kumar



  • Vaiyapuri as Prabhu



  • Chitti Babu as Ekambaram



  • Santhana Bharathi as J. Ragavendra's brother-in-law



  • R. Sundarrajan as Member of Legislative Assembly



  • Nagesh as Sheikh Mukhtaar



  • K R Vijaya as Megha Mukhtaar



  • Ramesh Khanna as Doctor



Production




The film was produced by Venu Ravichandran under the banner of Aascar Films. The film was originally titled Dashavatara, but was later changed to Dasavatharam to suit the Tamil pronunciation. The film was made on a budget of 600 million, making it one of the most expensive Indian films at the time. The film was shot in various locations such as Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Chidambaram, Tiruchirappalli, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, and the United States.


The film's music was composed by Himesh Reshammiya, while the background score was composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film's cinematography was handled by Ravi Varman and Rameshwar S. Bhagat, while the editing was done by Ashmith Kunder and K. Thanigachalam. The film's visual effects were supervised by V. Srinivas Mohan and Kamalakannan. The film's stunts were choreographed by Kanal Kannan and Thyagarajan.


The film's most challenging aspect was the makeup for Kamal Haasan's ten roles, which took up to six hours per day. The makeup was done by Michael Westmore, a renowned Hollywood makeup artist who had worked on films such as Star Trek and Raging Bull. Kamal Haasan also underwent voice modulation for some of his roles, such as Fletcher and Bush.


Release and reception




The film was released on 13 June 2008 in Tamil and Telugu languages, with a Hindi dubbed version titled Dashavatar released later. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who praised Kamal Haasan's performance and technical aspects, but criticized the screenplay and length. The film was a commercial success, grossing over 2 billion worldwide and becoming one of the highest-grossing Indian films of 2008.


The film won several awards and nominations, including four National Film Awards for Best Art Direction (Thotta Tharani), Best Special Effects (V. Srinivas Mohan), Best Makeup Artist (Michael Westmore), and Best Costume Designer (Tirupathi Raja). Kamal Haasan also received a Filmfare Award for Best Actor Tamil for his performance.


Trivia




  • The film's title refers to the ten avatars of Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation. Kamal Haasan's ten roles are loosely based on these avatars.



  • The film features a cameo appearance by Amitabh Bachchan, who narrates the opening sequence.



  • The film features a scene where Govind meets George W. Bush at the White House. This scene was shot at Universal Studios in Hollywood, where Kamal Haasan met the real Bush during his visit.



  • The film features a scene where Fletcher kills a man named Sandeep Kapoor, who is played by Kamal Haasan's real-life brother Chandrahasan.



  • The film features a scene where Govind watches a video of Avtaar Singh singing a song called "Mukunda Mukunda". This song is actually sung by Kamal Haasan himself.



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