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Velayutham poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by M. Raja
Produced by V. Ravichandran
Screenplay by
Music by Vijay Antony
Cinematography Priyan
Edited by V. T. Vijayan
Distributed by
Release date
  • 26 October 2011 (2011-10-26)
Running time
186 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget 45 crore (450 million)[1]

Velayudham (English: The Ultimate Weapon) is a 2011 Indian Tamil-language superhero film written and directed by M. Raja.[2] It stars Vijay in the lead titular role opposite Genelia D'Souza, with Abhimanyu Singh, Hansika Motwani, Saranya Mohan and Santhanam in supporting roles. The film revolves around a villager who arrives in the city to collect money and is persuaded by a journalist to take on the disguise of Velayudham, a superhero, to eradicate the evils pertaining within the society such as corruption, prostitution, and terrorism. This film is a remake of the 2000 Telugu film Azad.

Velayudham released on 26 October 2011 clashing with 7aum Arivu, and emerged as a commercial success.[3] The film was later dubbed into Hindi as Super Hero Shahenshah in 2013 by Wide Angle Media Pvt Ltd.


A young journalist Bharathi (Genelia D'Souza), along with two of her friends, investigates a series of terrorist attacks which have taken place in Chennai and also illegal activities like women trafficking. When they are caught video-recording illicit activities happening in a secluded house one night by a group of thugs, they attempt to flee from them. While Bharathi's friends are killed, Bharathi manages to escape despite being stabbed by one of the thugs. But after the attack on Bharathi and her friends, the thugs' vehicle explodes due to a small mishap when a matchstick falls over petrol packets stored in the vehicle, killing all the thugs. Bharathi comes up with a new idea to eradicate society's evils by creating and propagating a fictional character called "Velayudham" who wants to clean up the city of terrorism and other illegal activities.

The scene then shifts to a village called Pavunoor, where a milk vendor named Velayudham alias Velu (Vijay) is residing with his younger sister Kaveri (Saranya Mohan), whom he loves dearly. He has a cousin Vaidehi (Hansika Motwani) who is deeply in love with him. One day, Velu, Kaveri, and Vaidehi leave for Chennai to collect money from a chit fund for Kaveri's marriage. At the Chennai Egmore railway station, Velu's money is stolen by Speedu (Santhanam), a petty thief. Velu pursues Speedu on a motorbike parked at the station and manages to get back his money, but moments after alighting from the bike, the bike explodes. The parked bike had a bomb which was meant to ensure a terrorist attack at the railway station, and thus, Velu inadvertently thwarted a deadly terrorist attack which would have killed several people. After a few more incidents where Velu unknowingly prevents more terrorist attacks, he comes to the attention of Bharathi. She convinces him to take up the role of Velayudham and provide hope to the people. In the avatar of Velayudham, Velu starts to eradicate the evils that pertain within the society such as corruption, prostitution and terrorism among others. He soon gains wide support and acceptance among the public and even the police.

A few months later, Velu returns to Pavunoor with Bharathi for Kaveri's marriage. Seeing Bharathi and Velu getting closer, Vaidehi gets more and more jealous. She plans to keep a lemon under Bharathi's pillow, but she knows about her plan and reveals that one day he told that after Kaveri's marriage only Vaidehi could be with him and told to her that she should act as she getting closer to him. Vaidehi feels happy and excited. But Bharathi secretly cries because she, that time was felt in love with him. Unknown to him, the leader of a terrorist group Musafir Ibrahim (Abhimanyu Singh) followed him to the village. Ibrahim wants to kill him since he, in the garb of Velayudham, had thwarted every terrorist attack he had planned in Chennai. On the day of Kaveri's marriage, a bomb planted by Ibrahim at Velu's house explodes, killing Kaveri.

A few days after Kaveri's death, a grieving Velu learns from Bharathi that the corrupt Home Minister of Tamil Nadu Ulaganathan (Vineet Kumar) is indirectly responsible for the terrorist attacks and Kaveri's death. Ulaganathan allowed Ibrahim to carry out terrorist attacks in exchange for money. He even tries to gain popularity by claiming Velayudham as his idea, planning to reveal Ibrahim as Velayudham's real identity in a function at the Nehru Stadium, Chennai. Velu returns to Chennai, kills Ibrahim, exposes Ulaganathan's misdeeds and reveals himself as Velayudham to the whole world.




The film was launched on 15 July 2010 at the Madras University campus.[6] Genelia D'Souza who had acted opposite Vijay in Sachein was chosen for the role of a journalist,[7] and Hansika Motwani was chosen for a supporting role.[8][9] while Saranya Mohan would play the sister of Vijay's character.[10] Art director Veera Samar also was roped in to play a journalist.[11] While Santhanam and M. S. Baskar were chosen to play the comedy lead in the film,[12] Sayaji Shinde, Vineetkumar and Abhimanyu Singh were selected to play negative roles.[13] Tom Delmar, who had worked as a stunt coordinator in several Hollywood films, joined the crew to choreograph the stunts in the film.[14][15] Due to his commitment to Velayudham, Vijay almost lost his role in S. Shankar's Nanban. He had walked out of Nanban, since the two films demanded two completely different looks;[16] however, he joined the film later as the scenes involving the protagonist were reserved to be shot later.[17] R. T. Neason who earlier directed Muruga (2007) and went on to direct Vijay in Jilla (2014), worked as a second unit director.[18][19]


Filming was carried out primarily at three locations, Southern Tamil Nadu, Kerala[20] and the last schedule in Chennai.[21] A song sequence choreographed by Shobi that was originally to be shot in Switzerland was canned in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir,[22] with Genelia and Hansika filming alongside Vijay.[23]

Tom Delmar, the stunt co-ordinator of projects such as Braveheart, was behind the shooting of an extremely tricky train sequence for Velayudham. It was shot on a train moving on a bridge Vijay performed the risky sequence coolly. The director said "A slight miss and the actor could fall 100 feet below! A very risky sequence, but Vijay did it coolly. My heart was in my mouth when it was being filmed". This stunt was performed in the location Rayagada in Orissa.[24] Another fight sequence was filmed at Golkonda fort, Hyderabad.[25]

The audiography was done by M. R. Rajakrishnan and the film's dubbing was done in Four Frames Recording Studio in Chennai.[26]

Themes and influences

The film has been widely reported to be a remake of the 2000 Telugu film Azad that starred Soundarya as a journalist and Akkineni Nagarjuna as a villager, incidentally the roles played by Genelia and Vijay, respectively.[7][27] However, director M. Raja claimed that it was not a remake but his own story.[28][29] He later admitted that Azad served as the inspiration and that he had penned a new screenplay.[24] Vijay had signed up to appear in a village action story titled Velan in 2001 to be directed by Thirupathisamy, the director of Azad, which was postponed indefinitely after the death of the director.[30] Raja told his cast that it was inspired by Azad and requested them to not watch the original.[31] It became Raja's first Tamil venture which did not include his brother in the cast and while writing the script, Raja analysed Vijay's popularity amongst children and women audience to insert certain scenes into the script. The film told the tale of a milkman who turns into a vigilante, with a human interest story as a backdrop.[24] Post the film's release, Raja said that his brother Jayam Ravi had help him in improving the script.[32] Another reported influence for the film was the superhero costume worn by Vijay's character, which was believed to have been "loosely borrowed" from the Assassin's Creed video game series,[33][34] bearing a resemblance to the robes of young Altaïr, one of the protagonists in the series, leading to criticism of the film being "copied" from the video game.[35] The film 7aum Arivu, which had released alongside Velayudham was also compared with the game.[36] Sudhish Kamath compared Velayudham to the Pink Panther films for featuring a series of "unintentional world-saving incidents".[33]


Velayudham (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album to Velayudham by Vijay Antony
Released 28 August 2011
Recorded Audiophiles
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 25:04
Language Tamil
Label Sony Music Entertainment
Producer Vijay Antony
Vijay Antony chronology
Yuvan Yuvathi
(2011)Yuvan Yuvathi2011

The soundtrack was scored by Vijay Antony. The audio rights were bought by Sony Music for a huge amount.[37] The soundtrack consists of six tracks and was released on 28 August 2011, at CSI Grounds in Madurai, attended by thousands of Vijay fans. Vijay, Hansika Motwani, S. A. Chandrasekhar, Vijay Antony, Viveka, and several distributors and theatre owners were present in function.[38] In a press statement Ashok Parwani, Sony Music Entertainment Chennai, said, "We are overwhelmed with the response the movie and the music have received. Velayudham has broken all records and we have sold all our units within a day of its launch. The soundtracks are original, soulful and memorable. We’re sure that the compositions will go down in history as some of the best melodies of our times."[39]

The audio launch was held in Madurai on 28 August.

Track list
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Rathathin Rathame" Annamalai Haricharan, Srimathumitha 4:38
2. "Molachu Moonu" Vivega Prasanna, Supriya Joshi 4:52
3. "Chillax" Annamalai Karthik, Charulatha Mani 4:25
4. "Mayam Seidhayo" Vivega Sangeetha Rajeshwaran 4:14
5. "Sonna Puriyadhu" Siva Shanmugam Vijay Antony, Veera Shankar 5:39
6. "Vela Vela Velayutham" Priyan Vijay Antony, Mark 1:16
Total length: 25:04

Critical response

Pavithra Srinivasan of Rediff gave it 3 out of 5 stating "Vijay Antony plays it safe mostly, with the result that there's nothing new."[40] P. G. Devi from Behindwoods gave it 3 out of 5 and said "Vijay Antony continues to flaunt his success this time around with Velayutham. The album has a bunch of entertaining soundtrack like, 'Molachu moonu', 'Mayam Seidhayo' and usual mass beat tracks 'Sonna Puriyadhu' and 'Vela Vela'."[41] Prakash Upadhyaya from said "Vijay Antony's music has met the expectations of the audience. The album has all kinds of songs and the music director has targeted the mass as well as class listeners".[42] Indiaglitz said "the music album [...] presents us a variety fare, however with the main target being the 'mass audience'", labelling it as a "food festival for the appetite of Vijay fans, who are craving for mass masala numbers from their hero".[43]


The film was initially supposed to be released on 22 June, coinciding with Vijay's birthday, but was postponed due to a delay in production.[44]

Velayudham released on 26 October 2011, during the Deepavali festival and had a tough competition with Ra.One and 7aum Arivu.[45] The film was released with over 820 prints worldwide. It also saw a release in about 100 theaters in Karnataka and 120 theaters in Kerala.[46][46]

Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (KRV), a pro-Kannada outfit, requested all the theatres in the state not to screen any non-Kannada movie on the occasion of Kannada Rajyaotsava Day but some of the cinema halls did not take their plea seriously, which irked the KRV activists to show their anger against the Tamil film. However, the theatre authorities realised that the situation might reach out of control and hence, they agreed to cancel all the shows of the day. The film was distributed by producer K Manju in Karnataka.[47]


As per overseas distributor Ayngaran International, the film released in 17 theatres in UK.[48] The US theatrical rights were acquired by GK Media.[49] The film's theatrical distribution rights were sold for 40 crore.

Home media

The satellite rights of the film were sold to Jaya TV for a price of 4 crore.[50] The film was given a clean U certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification.[51] Overseas DVD were marketed by Ayngaran DVD.[52]


Critical response

This film received positive reviews from critics and audience. Sify gave the film 4 out of 5 and called it a "paisa vassol film", stating that the film was a "perfect outing with family, but far too long in length".[53] gave the film 3.5 out of 5,and called it a "paisa vassol film"[54] CNN-IBN defined the film as a "must watch" and "treat for Vijay fans".[55] Indiaglitz labelled it a "racy entertainer this Deepavali season" and cited it was a "right choice for the festival mood".[56] The Times of India gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars, and concluded that Velayudham is sure to add to his box-office muscle.[57] Behinds woods named the film a "Complete mass entertainer spiced up by Vijay" and gave the film 3 out of 5 as well.[58] Similarly described it as a "complete masala entertainer", highlighting its story and "amazing action-sequences" with a rating of 4 out of five stars.[59][60] rated it 3.5/5, writing: "Velayudham, part comedy part action sails through both streams smoothly until it is struck and sunk by crude melodrama".[61] The Hindu stated that the film "simply enters and entertains" and that Raja had "churned out reasonably engaging fare", adding that it had a "strong story, a neat screenplay arresting action, admirable dance movements, one or two hum-worthy numbers and the ever-helpful sister sentiment".[62] Indo-Asian News Service gave the film 3.5 out of 5, citing that it "defies all logic, but has the magic of the star called Vijay".[63] The Movie was dubbed in Hindi as Superhero Shehanshah.

Box office


Velayudham took a big opening on Diwali day.[64][65][66] The film topped the overseas box office,[67] forcing the producers to release more prints.[68][69] In its opening weekend, spanning five days, the film grossed 2.1 crore in Chennai.[70] According to trade sources, the film grossed 19 crore in Tamil Nadu and around 40 crore during the first week worldwide.[71][72][73] On 28 October 2011, two days after its release, Vijay, Vijay Antony and director Raja met the press at a hotel in Chennai to celebrate the success of the film.The total collections in Chennai amounted to 7.75 crore in seven weeks.[74][75] Velayudham also grossed 5.20 crore in Kerala during its complete run.[76][77]


Velayudham was a relatively high grosser in Europe and North America, with Taran Adarsh, a Bollywood film critic highlighting that the film was "rocking internationally".[citation needed][78][79] Velayudham collected a total of £5,244 in UK.[80] In Australia too, the film collected A$7,175.[81]


Velayudham was honored with the Best Film Award at V4 Entertainment Awards 2011.[82][83][84] Velayudham won the honours in the Best Musician category too.[85] Actor Vijay received Edison Award for Best Actor and Superstar Rajini Award in the year 2012 for Velayudham.[86][87][88] Vijay received "Hero of the year" award at the 7th Variety award 2011 held on 16 December 2012.[89]


2000 Telugu film
2011 Tamil film
Urdu Cinema film
Chandra Sekhar Azad
Nagarjuna Akkineni
Vasay Chaudhry
Shilpa Shetty
Hansika Motwani
Humaima Malik
Genelia D'Souza
Ushna Shah
Muzamin Ibrahim
Abhimanyu Singh
Shamoon Abbasi
(A Preety Thief)
M. S. Narayana
(Head Constable)
Inspector Saleem
Prakash Raj
Asst. Commissioner Muhammad Feroz Khan
Sayaji Shinde
Khalid Anam


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External links

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