Anniyan (2005)

 ●  Tamil ● 3 hrs 1 min

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Ramanujam, who suffers from multiple personality disorder, works as a lawyer by day and a vigilante at night. He uses tips from the 'Garuda Purana' as his tools to expose various antisocial elements.
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Cast: Prakash Raj, Sadha Sayed, Vikram

Crew: Shankar Shanmugham (Director), Manikandan V (Director of Photography), Ravi Varman (Director of Photography), Harris Jayaraj (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama, Thriller

Release Dates: 17 Jun 2005 (India)

Tagline: He who comes from hell is not afraid of hot ashes!

Tamil Name: அந்நியன்

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Did you know? This was the first Indian movie to have been dubbed into French as Columbia Tristar bought the dubbing rights for broadcast in French-speaking nations. Read More
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as Prabark - Police Officer
as Nandini Raghuram
as Ramanujam 'Ambi' Iyengar / Remo / Anniyan
as Special Appearance
as Special Appearance
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as House Owner
as Krishna Iyengar
as Psychiatrist
as Parthasarathy Iyengar
as Break Company Owner
as Chockalingam
as Nandhini's mother
as Chari Singari

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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
Tamil
Spoken Languages:
Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1 Surround
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1, 2.39:1 (Scope)
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
He who comes from hell is not afraid of hot ashes!
Movie Connection(s):
Dubbed into: Aparchitudu (Telugu)
Dubbed into: Aparichit (Hindi)
Spoofs: Aaru (Tamil)
Referenced in: The Abominable Dr. Phibes (English)
Referenced in: The Matrix (English)
Reference: Yogi (Telugu)
Reference: Ready (Hindi)
Trivia:
Around 200 still cameras were used to create a bullet effect in a particular fight scene.

International fighters and martial artists from all over the state were used in the multi-opponent fight scene.

Vikram referred to his role in the film as they most difficult one in his career.

The film was inspired by Sidney Sheldon's novel "Tell Me Your Dreams".

This was the first Indian movie to have been dubbed into French as Columbia Tristar bought the dubbing rights for broadcast in French-speaking nations.
`Anniyan` sweeps Filmfare Awards!
10 Sep 2006, by Sify Movies