Chandramukhi (2005)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 46 mins

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Supernatural forces take over a family's palatial home. Though the family members think that an adopted daughter is responsible, a psychiatrist arrives and exposes the truth to bust misconceptions.
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Did you know? A sequel to "Chandramukhi", tentatively titled "Chandramukhi 2" in Tamil, is currently being made by P Vasu, who directed the sequel to "Apthamitra", titled "Aptharakshaka". Read More
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as Ganga/Chandramukhi
as Dhurga
as Senthilnathan
as Dr Saravanan / Vettaiyan Raja
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Special Appearance
as Sorna
as Priya
as Fake magician
as Kandasamy
as Oomayan
as Ganesh Constructions Employee
as Murugesan
Supporting Actor
as Lakshmi
as Visvanathan / Gunasekaran




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Dolby Digital, DTS
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24 fps
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2.35:1, 2.39:1 (Scope)
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Referenced in: Sandakozhi (Tamil)
Referenced in: Ready (Telugu)
Referenced in: Pizza (Tamil)
Referenced in: Killadi (Tamil)
Referenced in: Aadupuliyattam (Malayalam)
Remake of: Manichithrathazhu (Malayalam)
Spoofs: Sivaji (Tamil)
Spoofs: Chennai 600028 (Tamil)
A sequel to "Chandramukhi", tentatively titled "Chandramukhi 2" in Tamil, is currently being made by P Vasu, who directed the sequel to "Apthamitra", titled "Aptharakshaka".

On 29 February 2008, producer AM Rathnam dubbed and released the film in Hindi, despite "Bhool Bhulaiyaa", the Bollywood remake of "Manichithrathazhu", having been released on 12 October 2007. The film was also dubbed in Bhojpuri with the title "Chandramukhi Ke Hunkaar".

After the phenomenal success of the movie, it was dubbed into Telugu with the same title, "Rajmohol" (2005) in Bengali. Later, it became the first Tamil film to be dubbed into German and it was released in several German-speaking countries as "Der Geisterjäger" (lit. The Ghost Hunters).

After the audio launch, Rajinikanth and Nayantara shot a song in Turkey, which was the first ever time in the history of Tamil cinema; while, the song "Athinthom" was shot at a Mysore palace.

Lead actress, Jyothika won many awards for her excellent performance in the title including a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress, a nomination for Filmfare Best Actress among several other awards.

The film was awarded Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film for year 2005.

It was Rajini's third all-time blockbuster and completed 700-day run at the box office. About 20 million tickets were reportedly sold worldwide. This was the first Tamil film to beat the record set by 'Padayappa'. However, his new record was beaten two years later by "Sivaji". It is noteworthy that all these movies are Rajinikanth starrers.

Rajnikanth saw the movie in Bengaluru and was very much impressed with the way his long time friend Vishnuvardhan had portrayed the role. He decided to play the character in the Tamil version of the movie, and made "Chandramukhi" his "come back" film after the box office failure of "Baba" (2002).

It's a remake of the Kannada film "Apthamitra", which in itself was a remake of the Malayalam film "Manichitrathazhu".