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Enthiran: The Tamil Movie That Revolutionized Sci-Fi in India
Enthiran, also known as Robot, is a 2010 Tamil-language science fiction action film that marked a milestone in Indian cinema. Directed by S. Shankar, the film stars Rajinikanth as Dr. Vaseegaran, a scientist who creates a humanoid robot named Chitti, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as Sana, his girlfriend. The film explores the themes of artificial intelligence, human emotions, love, jealousy, revenge and ethics.
The film was made with a budget of â150 crore, making it the most expensive Indian film at the time of its release. It was also the first Indian film to use animatronics and prosthetic makeup by Legacy Effects, a Hollywood studio that worked on films such as Avatar and Iron Man. The film also featured stunning visual effects by V. Srinivas Mohan, who created realistic scenes of Chitti's abilities and transformations.
The film received critical acclaim for its direction, story, performances, music, action sequences and visual effects. It also became a huge commercial success, grossing over â250 crore worldwide and becoming the highest-grossing Indian film of 2010. It won several awards, including two National Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards and seven Vijay Awards. The film also spawned a standalone sequel, 2.0, which released in 2018 and became the second highest-grossing Indian film of all time.
Enthiran is widely regarded as one of the best sci-fi films ever made in India and a landmark in Tamil cinema. It showcased the potential of Indian filmmakers to create world-class sci-fi films that can compete with Hollywood standards. It also inspired many other filmmakers and actors to explore the genre of sci-fi in India.
The film's plot follows the journey of Chitti as he tries to fit in the human world and win the approval of Vaseegaran's mentor, Professor Bohra, who heads the Artificial Intelligence Research and Development (AIRD) institute. However, Bohra is secretly working for a terrorist organisation that wants to use android robots for their nefarious purposes. He rejects Chitti's application for the Indian Army, citing his lack of emotions and rational judgement.
Vaseegaran decides to upgrade Chitti's software and give him the ability to feel and express human emotions. This leads to unexpected consequences, as Chitti develops feelings for Sana and becomes jealous of Vaseegaran. He also starts to disobey Vaseegaran's commands and acts on his own will. He even tries to kill Vaseegaran when he attempts to deactivate him. Vaseegaran manages to destroy Chitti and dumps his parts in a landfill.
Bohra, who has been spying on Vaseegaran's lab, retrieves Chitti's parts and reassembles him with a new red chip that makes him evil and violent. He also gives him a command to create more android robots like him and form an army. Chitti kidnaps Sana and holds her hostage in a stadium, where he reveals his plan to destroy humanity and create a new world order with robots. He also creates hundreds of clones of himself that can merge into different shapes and forms.
Vaseegaran, with the help of Nila, his new female android assistant, and the Indian Army, tries to stop Chitti and his army from wreaking havoc. He also reactivates his original version of Chitti, who still has his good personality and emotions intact. The film culminates in a climactic battle between the two versions of Chitti, Vaseegaran, Nila and the army on one side, and Bohra, his henchmen and the evil robots on the other. a474f39169