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Thalapathi (1991)

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1default Thalapathi (1991) on Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:45 pm



Surya (Rajinikanth), the abandoned child of fourteen-year-old unwed mother Kalyani (Srividya),
is brought up by a generous lady living in the slums. He grows up to
become a fearless kind-hearted slum king who fights the injustice that
takes place daily. These qualities lead him to cross swords with the
local don Devarajan (Deva) (Mammootty).
Deva's friend Ramana is fatally beaten up by Surya, and he threatens
Surya that he will find himself in a dangerous situation if the friend
was laid to rest. His friend passes away, and Surya gets placed in
prison. However, when Deva discovers Ramana's offense, he decides to get
Surya released from jail.

Surya is surprised to see Deva send his own man to get him out from jail, and there he tells Surya, Nyayamnu onnu irrukku
(there is such a thing called justice). From that moment, Deva
surrenders his ego and offers his hand of friendship to Surya. Surya
pledges that he has nothing else but his life to give his new friend.
From then on Deva makes Surya his "Thalapathi" (commander). Meanwhile
Surya falls for a local girl Subbulakshmi (Shobana).
They soon fall in love and their relationship continues. Surya and Deva
virtually rule the town with their muscle and their sense of justice.
In the eyes of the government, they are anti-social elements. Arjun (Arvind Swamy),
posted as the new district collector, plans to arrest both so that he
can end their brutal activities. But his opportunities are in vain.

At this time, Deva and his wife go to Subbulakshmi's house asking for
her betrothal to Surya. But her father refuses stating he cannot marry
his daughter to a person who doesn't know about his parents. Instead,
Subbulakshmi is married to Arjun. Surya eventually marries another girl (Bhanupriya)
who was widowed by him earlier (her husband was Ramana). Surya, still
troubled by the guilt, prefers to remain as a guard to the widow and her

A struggle breaks out between the collector and Deva/Surya during
which Surya learns that Arjun's mother is his mother, too. Surya
promises his mother that he will not harm Arjun but refuses to leave
Deva, whose friendship is more valuable to him than his relationship
with his brother. Deva is stunned to learn that collector and Surya are
brothers and admires Surya for not parting with him in spite of
discovering his identity. During the process of surrendering to the
collector, assuring him completely stopping their activities, Deva is
shot by his enemy. Surya, in a fit of rage, brutally kills Kalivardhan (Amrish Puri)
who was the cause for Deva's death and surrenders to the police after
performing the final rites of his friend. But the police withdraw the
case due to lack of evidence and witnesses. The collector goes to
another place on a new posting accompanied by his wife. His mother then
changes her mind to stay with her elder son, Surya.


  • Rajnikanth as Surya
  • Mammootty as Devaraj
  • Arvind Swamy as Arjun
  • Jaishankar as Arjun's father
  • Amrish Puri as Kalivardha
39th Filmfare Awards South

  • 1992 – Best Director – Tamil – Mani Ratnam
  • 1992 – Best Music Director – Tamil – Ilaiyaraaja
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