Aayirathil Oruvan: A Tamil Action-Adventure Film with a Historical Twist
Aayirathil Oruvan (transl. One in a Thousand Men) is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language action-adventure film written and directed by Selvaraghavan and produced by R. Ravindran. The film stars Karthi, Reemma Sen and Andrea Jeremiah with Parthiban playing a pivotal role. It revolves around three characters, Muthu (Karthi), Lavanya (Andrea Jeremiah) and Anitha (Reemma Sen) who embark on a journey to find Chandramouli, an archaeologist, who went to Vietnam to search for any existence of the prince of the Chola dynasty. It is inspired loosely by the historical decline of the Tamil Chola dynasty and the rise of the Tamil Pandya dynasty.
The film was released on 14 January 2010 during the Thai Pongal festival. It received critical acclaim from both critics and audience, and developed a cult status over the following years. The film won Best Supporting Actor award for R. Parthiepan at the 58th Filmfare Awards South.
The original film length was 181 minutes, but it was then trimmed to 154 minutes for the theatrical release. However, the uncut version of the film is now available on Google Drive in high quality with dual audio in Hindi and Tamil languages. The file size is 1.6 GB and the format is mkv.
If you are a fan of Tamil cinema or historical fiction, you should not miss this epic film that explores an unexplored world of ancient India. You can download or watch Aayirathil Oruvan 2010 UNCUT 720p DVDRip x264 [Dual Audio] [Hindi ORG DD 2.0 Tamil] 1.6 GB.mkv on Google Drive by clicking here.
Aayirathil Oruvan is a film that blends history, fantasy and adventure in a unique way. The film showcases the rich culture and heritage of the Tamil people, as well as their struggles and achievements. The film also explores the themes of identity, loyalty, betrayal and redemption.
The film features stunning visuals, impressive sets, costumes and makeup, and spectacular action sequences. The film also boasts of a brilliant background score and soundtrack composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, who replaced Selvaraghavan’s usual collaborator Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film has several memorable songs, such as “Oh Eesa”, “Thaai Thindra Mannae”, “Maalai Neram” and “Un Mela Aasadhaan”.
Aayirathil Oruvan is a film that deserves to be watched and appreciated by all lovers of cinema. It is a film that challenges the conventions and expectations of the mainstream Tamil cinema, and offers a fresh and innovative perspective on the history and mythology of India. It is a film that will make you think, feel and wonder.