(This article is authored by Alar)
In an exciting revelation for Tamil cinema enthusiasts, the blockbuster film 'Ghilli' is all set to grace the big screens once again. The mastermind behind this nostalgic encore is none other than the film's producer, AM Ratnam, who aims to relive the magic of 'Ghilli' this April.
Directed by Dharani and produced by the visionary A. M. Rathnam, 'Ghilli' is a cinematic gem that originally hit theaters on 16 April 2004. A remake of the Telugu-language film 'Okkadu' (2003), this Vijay-starrer won hearts with its compelling storyline and stellar cast, featuring Trisha and Prakash Raj in key roles.Ashish Vidyarthi, Dhamu, Mayilsamy, and Janaki Sabesh added their brilliance in supporting roles.
The film's initial release garnered widespread acclaim, with positive reviews echoing its success. 'Ghilli' achieved the remarkable feat of running for over 200 days at the box office, solidifying its status as a true blockbuster. Not only did it dominate the charts, but it also emerged as the highest-grossing Tamil film of 2004.
For fans and cinephiles alike, 'Ghilli' remains a pivotal milestone in Vijay's illustrious career. Its impending re-release promises to transport audiences back to the golden era of Tamil cinema, reminding them why 'Ghilli' is considered one of the best films in Vijay's extraordinary filmography.
Meanwhile, Thalapathy Vijay is currently busy with Venkat Prabhu’s GOAT. And the actor recently dropped the big announcement of his political entry, and Thalapathy69 will be his last film. Tinseltown reports say that Karthik Subburaj will helm the film. Fans are eagerly awaiting for the official confirmation.