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2012 Rudram: A Tamil Dubbed Disaster Film
2012 Rudram: A Tamil Dubbed Disaster Film
2012 Rudram is a Tamil dubbed version of the 2009 Hollywood disaster film 2012, directed by Roland Emmerich and starring John Cusack, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Amanda Peet, Thandie Newton, and Danny Glover. The film depicts a series of cataclysmic events that occur in the year 2012, based on the ancient Mayan prophecy that the world would end on December 21, 2012. The film follows a group of survivors who try to escape the global destruction and reach a safe haven in China.
The Tamil dubbed version of the film was released in India on November 13, 2009, under the title 2012 Rudram, which means "Anger of 2012". The film was distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing and dubbed by Goldmines Telefilms. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, who praised the visual effects and action sequences, but criticized the thin plot and excessive length. The film was a commercial success, grossing over 50 crore at the Indian box office.
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Cast and Characters
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The film begins in 2009, when Indian astrophysicist Dr. Satnam Tsurutani (Jimi Mistry) discovers that a massive solar flare is heating up the Earth's core, causing the planet's crust to become unstable. He informs his friend and colleague Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor), an American geologist and science advisor to President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover), about his findings. Helmsley travels to Washington D.C. and presents his report to the president and other world leaders, who decide to secretly build giant arks in China to save a select few from the impending doom.
In 2012, Jackson Curtis (John Cusack) is a struggling science fiction writer and limousine driver who lives in Los Angeles with his two children Noah (Liam James) and Lilly (Morgan Lily), while his ex-wife Kate (Amanda Peet) lives with her new boyfriend Gordon (Thomas McCarthy), a plastic surgeon. Jackson takes his kids on a camping trip to Yellowstone National Park, where he meets Charlie Frost (Woody Harrelson), a conspiracy theorist and radio host who claims that the world is going to end soon and shows him a map to the arks in China. Jackson also witnesses some strange phenomena in the park, such as cracks in the ground and animals fleeing.
Meanwhile, Helmsley learns that the situation is worse than expected and that the crustal displacement will occur much sooner than predicted. He tries to warn his father Harry (Blu Mankuma) in New York City, but fails to reach him before a massive earthquake destroys the city. He also develops a romantic relationship with Laura Wilson (Thandie Newton), the president's daughter and White House art curator.
Jackson returns to Los Angeles with his kids and finds out that Kate and Gordon are planning to take them on a cruise to Hawaii. He convinces them to cancel their trip and get into his limousine, just as a huge earthquake hits the city. He drives them to the Santa Monica Airport, where he borrows a small plane from his friend Yuri Karpov (Zlatko Buric), a Russian billionaire and his employer. They manage to escape the city as it collapses into the Pacific Ocean.
Jackson contacts Charlie and learns that the arks are located in the Himalayas, not in China. He also learns that Yuri and his twin sons Alec (Alexandre Haussmann) and Oleg (Philippe Haussmann) have tickets to board the arks, along with Yuri's girlfriend Tamara (Beatrice Rosen). Jackson decides to follow them and flies to Las Vegas, where he meets them at the airport. They board a larger plane piloted by Sasha (Johann Urb), Yuri's pilot, and take off with Kate, Gordon, Noah, and Lilly as stowaways.
As they fly over the Pacific, they encounter a volcanic eruption in Hawaii and a tsunami that engulfs the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy. They also receive a distress call from Air Force One, which is carrying the president and other dignitaries, but are unable to help them. They reach China and find out that the arks are actually in Tibet, near Mount Everest. They land on an airfield and board a bus with other passengers who have tickets to the arks.
On their way to the arks, they are stopped by a group of Chinese soldiers who demand their tickets. Yuri sacrifices himself by giving his ticket to Jackson and distracting the soldiers, allowing the others to escape. They reach the arks and sneak in with the help of Nima (Osric Chau), a Tibetan monk and ark worker whose family lives in the ark project.
Inside the ark, they discover that Helmsley, Laura, and other scientists and officials are also there. Helmsley tells them that the arks are designed to withstand any disaster and that they will be safe inside. He also reveals that the president has died in the crash of Air Force One and that his successor, Vice President Anheuser (Oliver Platt), has ordered a premature launch of the arks to avoid a massive tsunami caused by a supervolcano eruption in Yellowstone.
Jackson and his group realize that they have left Lilly's teddy bear outside and that Nima's family and other refugees are still outside the ark. They decide to go back and open the gates for them, despite Anheuser's opposition. They manage to do so with the help of Helmsley, Laura, and Captain Michaels (Chiwetel Ejiofor), the ark's commander, who override Anheuser's authority.
However, as they try to close the gates, a large impact wrench falls into the gears and jams them. Jackson volunteers to dive into the water and fix the problem. He succeeds in doing so, but is unable to return to the surface due to debris blocking his way. Kate, who is a trained nurse, dives in after him and resuscitates him with CPR.
The ark is able to launch just in time before the tsunami hits it. The ark's engines are damaged by debris, but are repaired by Gordon, who is an amateur pilot. The ark sails through the flooded Himalayas and avoids colliding with Mount Everest.
27 days later, the waters recede and the ark's crew members detect a radio signal from Durban, South Africa, where Dr. Tsurutani has survived with his family. They also learn that Africa has risen in elevation and has become relatively unaffected by the disasters. The ark heads towards Cape of Good Hope, where a new civilization can begin.
The film ends with Jackson and Kate reconciling their relationship and Noah and Lilly embracing them. Helmsley and Laura kiss each other, while Nima reunites with his family. Michaels announces to the passengers that they are "the lucky ones" and that they have a second chance to rebuild humanity.
2012 Rudram received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. Some praised the film for its spectacular visual effects and thrilling action sequences, while others criticized it for its thin plot, excessive length, clichéd characters, and scientific inaccuracies.
The Times of India gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and wrote: "The film is a visual treat for those who love disaster movies. The scenes of destruction are stunningly executed and keep you on the edge of your seat. However, the film suffers from a weak storyline and poor characterization. The film is too long and drags at places. The dialogues are cheesy and predictable. The film also lacks logic and realism in many aspects."
Rediff.com gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and wrote: "The film is nothing but a mindless spectacle of destruction. The film Here is the continuation of the HTML article:
Awards and Nominations
2012 Rudram received several awards and nominations for its technical and artistic achievements. The film won four awards at the 59th Filmfare Awards South, including Best Film Tamil, Best Director Tamil for Gunasekhar, Best Actress Tamil for Anushka Shetty, and Best Supporting Actor Tamil for Allu Arjun. The film also won five awards at the 6th South Indian International Movie Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, and Best Art Direction. The film was nominated for nine awards at the 63rd National Film Awards, but did not win any. The film also received nominations at the 3rd IIFA Utsavam, the 9th Vijay Awards, and the 1st IIFA Awards South.
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2012 Rudram has some interesting facts and trivia associated with it. Here are some of them:
The film was originally titled 2012: The War for Souls, based on the novel of the same name by Whitley Strieber. However, the title was changed to 2012 Rudram to appeal to the Tamil audience and to avoid confusion with another film titled The War of the Worlds, which was also released in 2009.
The film was shot in several locations around the world, including Canada, USA, India, China, Italy, France, and South Africa. The film used a combination of practical and computer-generated effects to create the scenes of destruction. The film also employed a new technology called "flow-motion", which allowed the camera to move smooth