Jagan Mohini: A Fantasy Thriller Starring Namitha and Raja
Jagan Mohini is a 2009 Tamil fantasy thriller film directed by N. K. Vishwanathan and starring Namitha, Raja, Nila, Vadivelu and Kota Srinivasa Rao. The film is a remake of the 1978 Telugu film of the same name, which was based on the legend of a mythical creature that seduces men and kills them.
The film revolves around Jagathalapradhapan (Raja), a prince who sets out to capture a sea pirate named Alai Kallan (Kota Srinivasa Rao). On his way, he encounters Jagan Mohini (Namitha), a beautiful woman who lives in an island. He falls in love with her, unaware that she is actually a demoness who lures men to their doom. Meanwhile, Alai Kallan also has his eyes on Jagan Mohini and wants to possess her. The film follows the clash between the two men and the fate of Jagan Mohini.
Jagan Mohini was released on October 16, 2009 and received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. The film was praised for its visual effects, costumes and Namitha's performance, but criticized for its weak script, direction and comedy. The film was also dubbed in Hindi as Mera Badla: Revenge and in Telugu as Naga Shakti.
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The film's music was composed by Ilayaraja, who also composed the original Telugu film. The film had six songs, sung by various artists such as Karthik, Shreya Ghoshal, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and K. S. Chithra. The songs were well received by the listeners and some of them became popular. The song \"Kaatril Varum Geethame\" was a remake of the Telugu song \"Ee Velalo Neevu\", which was originally sung by S. Janaki.
The film's visual effects were done by Prasad EFX, a leading VFX company in India. The film had over 1000 VFX shots, involving CGI, matte painting, chroma keying and motion capture. The film's director Vishwanathan said that he wanted to create a realistic and believable world for the film, and that he was inspired by films like Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. The film's budget was estimated to be around 15 crore rupees.
The film's heroine Namitha played a dual role of Jagan Mohini and her human form Mohini. She said that it was a challenging and exciting role for her, and that she had to undergo a lot of physical and mental preparation for it. She said that she had to wear heavy costumes and makeup for the Jagan Mohini character, and that she had to perform many stunts and fight sequences. She also said that she had to learn Tamil and Telugu languages for the film, as she was not fluent in them.
The film's hero Raja played the role of Jagathalapradhapan, a brave and noble prince. He said that he was happy to work with Namitha and Vishwanathan, and that he enjoyed doing the action scenes in the film. He said that he had to undergo rigorous training for the sword fighting and horse riding sequences. He also said that he had to learn scuba diving for the underwater scenes in the film.
The film's villain Kota Srinivasa Rao played the role of Alai Kallan, a ruthless and greedy sea pirate. He said that he was impressed by the script and the director's vision, and that he had fun playing a negative character. He said that he had to wear a lot of prosthetic makeup and fake teeth for the role, and that he had to speak in a different dialect for the film. He also said that he had a good rapport with the other actors and the crew.
The film's comedian Vadivelu played the role of Marudhu, a fisherman who helps Jagathalapradhapan in his quest. He said that he was glad to be a part of the film, and that he had a lot of scope for comedy in the film. He said that he had to improvise some of his dialogues and expressions, and that he had to face some difficulties while shooting in the sea. He also said that he was amazed by the visual effects and the grandeur of the film. 061ffe29dd