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After a villager unwittingly prevents a number of terrorist attacks in Chennai, a young journalist identifies and persuades him to take on the disguise of a superhero to fight terrorism and corruption.
Maaran, a sincere doctor who fights against corruption and Vettri a magician who is out for a revenge. Both of them are estranged brothers and once they come together, they get to know about their common enemy, Daniel, who had killed their father and mother.
Ever since the 2012-released 'Thuppakki' , Vijay has sung a song in each of his films' official soundtrack. Much to the disappointment of his fans, he has broken that streak with 'Mersal', where he has not sung for any of the 4 official tracks. See more »
There is inconsistency regarding Vetri's year of birth throughout the movie. As per Maaran it is 1984, as per Daniel it is 1987 and as per Salim Ghosh it is 1990. See more »
Dr. Daniel Arockiaraj:
Arjun, you are shocked in a baby about to be born through cesarean aren't you? Mark my words, in 30 years, everyone will be shocked if a baby is born through normal delivery
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The title card of the film is shown after the opening scenes. See more »
The UK theatrical release was censored; in order to obtain a 12A classification the distributor chose to remove moments of strong violence and bloody images (I.E stabbings, slashing, impacts with glass bottles, metal poles and a hammer, detail of a cesarean, a graphic road traffic accident, a man's arm being severed with a large knife and a woman's body impacting the ground after she jumps from a building). An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
Another mass south Indian film with crucial fight scenes. I don't know why this film in it's commercial view set so many violence and graphic scenes. The actresses Samantha and Kajal were useless. The man who takes the film in his shoulders is actor Vijay who excels in his acting skills as well as dancing. There were moments where I felt so pity than the moments where I felt of watching a commercial film. The plot was thoroughly undefined whether it is a documentary or some other genre film. The unwanted scenes of GST and Digital India shows that they are meant for awareness. Totally, I, in my personal opinion thought that the film had something special to attract you. That's Vijay.
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