Naan Kadavul | Tamilian
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Naan Kadavul





Arya, Pooja Umashankar, Rajendran

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Naan Kadavul (Tamil: நான் கடவுள்) is a Tamil-language Action film which is Directed by Bala & performed by Arya, Pooja Umashankar, Rajendran and Released on 6 February 2009.


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    For astrological reasons, a father (Azhagan Thamizhmani) has to leave his son Rudran (Arya) in Kashi for 14 years. 14 years later, repenting his act, he goes with his daughter in search of the boy. He finds him there but is shocked to learn he has become an Aghori, a fierce and tigerish sadhu. He brings him back to Tamil Nadu as he had promised the boy's mother. The story takes a turn here and introduces us to the world of physically and mentally challenged beggars, a world controlled by the cruel Thandavan (Rajendran). Hamsavalli (Pooja Umashankar) is a blind girl who was with a group of street actors, but on one day was forcefully separated from her troupe and made to join the beggars controlled by Thandavan. Soon, she becomes a victim of his cruelty. Meanwhile, Rudran leaves his house to find his place in a small cave near a hill temple. One day, Rudran's mother comes to plead with him to come back to their house but is unsuccessful. Hamsavalli tries to convince Rudran to return to his house, but fails. Thandavan makes a deal with another man of the same profession to sell some of his beggars to him for a tidy profit. He forcefully takes the beggars away and returns with a man with a deformed face trying to force Hamsavalli to marry him for 10 lakhs worth of money. Thandavan orders his men to bring Hamsavalli, but they take her to Rudran. Rudran kills the new man and is arrested, but is soon let go. This agitates Thandavan. Hamsavalli seeks protection and solace from the church, but Thandavan finds her and tortures her as she refused to marry the deformed man, thus making him lose out on a good amount of money. Thandavan beats up Hamsavalli. Rudran is shown wounded in his forehead, with blood oozing out. In a flashback, Thandavan appears face-to-face against Rudran and fights him, the result of the fight being the wound. Rudran kills Thandavan. Hamsavalli finds her way to Rudran and beseeches him to free her from her misery and the earthly life. Rudran slashes her throat and performs her last rites. In the final scene of the movie, Rudran returns to his guru in Kashi.

    Also Known As:

    நான் கடவுள்

    Release Date:

    6 February 2009


    Jeyamohan (Dialogue)


    56th National Film Awards for Best Director - Bala, Best Make-up Artist - U.K. Sasi | 57th Filmfare Awards South for Best Tamil Actress - Pooja, Best Tamil Director - Bala | Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Best Female Character Artiste - Pooja, Best Villain - Rajendran, Best Cinematographer - Arthur Wilson | Vijay Awards for Best Director - Bala, Best Actress - Pooja, Best Villain - Rajendran, Best Make up - U.K. Sasi

    Production Co:

    Vasan Visual Ventures


    7 Crore INR