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Bheema (Tamil film)
Director: N. Linguswamy
Cast:
Vikram, Trisha Krishnan, Prakash Raj, Raghuvaran, Sherin
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The Tamil film Bheema
The Tamil film: Bheema
An action thriller also focusing on romance and sentiments.

 

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Bheema, is the most anticipated Tamil movie to release this Diwali. It sees Vikram making a cinematic comeback after a break of one year from the big screen.
The Tamil film: Bheema
The Tamil film: Bheema


An action packed stylish Tamil movie, Bheema deals with the lives of underworld gangsters with a particular focus on the hero's life story.

Vikram has already appeared in a number of top-grossing Tamil films and is currently one of the reigning heroes of the Tamil film industry.

The Tamil film: Bheema
The Tamil film: Bheema

With numerous blockbusters to his credit, Vikram has carefully carved a niche for himself in the Tamil film industry.

Movie which gave him star status and accolade include Sethu, Dhill, Kasi, Dhool, Saamy, Gemini, Pithamagan and Anniyan.

He won the National Film Awards of India for his performance in Pithamagan (2003).

Actress Trisha Krishnan will be seen playing Vikram's love interest once again after their successful pairing in the box office hit Saamy.

The Tamil film: Bheema
The Tamil film: Bheema

Music director Harris Jayaraj has composed the score for this film whose shooting took place in Switzerland, New Zealand and the famous Thirumalai Naicker Mahal in Madurai.

Director Linguswamy is known for his interesting screenplay and thrilling storyline and makes Bheema a treat for Tamil movie fans.

The film is releasing at selected UK cinemas in Januray 2008 by Ayngaran International Ltd.

Previewed by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Tamil Correspondent
   
 
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