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Kumki is a 2012 Indian Tamil-language musical adventure romantic drama film written and directed by Prabhu Solomon. It was presented by N. Lingusamy and produced by N. Subash Chandra Bose, under the banner Thirrupathi Brothers, and distributed by K. E. Gnanavel Raja under the banner Studio Green.


The film stars Vikram Prabhu, making his acting debut, while Lakshmi Menon, Thambi Ramaiah and Ashvin Raja appear in other prominent roles. The story revolves around a mahout and his trained Kumki elephant, who is used to guide other wild animals to minimize the destruction of properties and fields of nearby villages.


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The film was released on 14 December 2012 and received positive reviews from critics and audiences. It was a commercial success at the box office and won several awards, including three Filmfare Awards South, two Vijay Awards, three SIIMA Awards and three Ananda Vikatan Cinema Awards.


Plot




The film starts with an introduction to the main characters: the protagonist Bomman (Vikram Prabhu), his pet elephant Manickam, his uncle Kothali (Thambi Ramaiah), and his sidekick Undiyal (Ashvin Raja). Bomman spends most of his time with Manickam and earns his livelihood by hiring it out for festivals in temples and wedding celebrations.


Meanwhile, in a village dominated by old principles, a rogue elephant (Komban) ravages crops and ambushes its people. Frustrated by this and without any help from the forest officers, their leader decides to bring a kumki elephant to tame Komban. Bomman and his crew reach the village as placeholders to stay for a couple of days until the real mahout and kumki elephant arrive.


Life begins to change for Bomman when he falls in love with Alli (Lakshmi Menon), the daughter of the village leader. She is at first reluctant keeping in mind the village's principles but she soon starts to fall for Bomman. Bomman decides to dare his life and fight against Komban for his love. The climax of the film shows whether he succeeds in this dangerous mission or not.


Cast





  • Vikram Prabhu as Bomman



  • Lakshmi Menon as Alli



  • Thambi Ramaiah as Kothali



  • Ashvin Raja as Undiyal



  • Joe Malloori as Alli's father



  • Sreejith Ravi as Poongodi's husband



  • Singampuli as Forest Officer



  • Bharathi Kannan as Village Head



  • Junior Balaiah as Village Elder



  • Manickam as Manickam (the elephant)




Production




Director Prabhu Solomon chose to make a film on elephants after being inspired by an incident that happened in his native place of Neyveli, where an elephant ran amok and killed several people. He also wanted to explore the relationship between a mahout and his elephant, which he felt was not adequately portrayed in Tamil cinema.


He selected Vikram Prabhu, the grandson of veteran actor Sivaji Ganesan, to play the lead role after being impressed by his screen test. He also cast Lakshmi Menon, who had acted in Malayalam films, as the female lead. Thambi Ramaiah was chosen to play the role of Vikram's uncle, while Ashvin Raja, who had appeared in Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom, was given the role of his friend.


The film was shot extensively in various locations of Karnataka and Kerala, such as Mysore, Ooty, Wayanad, and Athirappilly Falls. The film's climax was shot in a dense forest near Kerala-Tamil Nadu border, where the crew had to face several difficulties such as leeches, snakes, and elephants.


The film's music was composed by D. Imman, who collaborated with Prabhu Solomon for the second time after Mynaa. The soundtrack album consists of nine tracks, which were well received by the listeners and critics. The cinematography was handled by M. Sukumar and the editing was done by L. V. K. Doss.


Reception




Kumki opened to positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its direction, performances, music, cinematography, and emotional quotient. The film was also a commercial success at the box office, grossing 40 crore (equivalent to 75 crore or US$9.4 million in 2023) worldwide.


The film won several awards and accolades, including three Filmfare Awards South for Best Supporting Actor (Thambi Ramaiah), Best Music Director (D. Imman), and Best Lyricist (Yugabharathi), two Vijay Awards for Best Debut Actor (Vikram Prabhu) and Best Supporting Actor (Thambi Ramaiah), three SIIMA Awards for Best Debut Actor (Vikram Prabhu), Best Music Director (D. Imman), and Best Lyricist (Yugabharathi), and three Ananda Vikatan Cinema Awards for Best Director (Prabhu Solomon), Best Music Director (D. Imman), and Best Supporting Actor (Thambi Ramaiah).


References





  • Kumki (film) - Wikipedia



  • Kumki (2012) - Kumki (2012) - User Reviews - IMDb



  • Prabhu Solomon: Vikram Prabhu is a natural actor - Times of India



  • Lakshmi Menon: I'm not a Kumki heroine - Times of India



  • Ashwin Raja: I'm not just a comedian - Times of India



  • Kumki team shoots in Mysore - Times of India



  • Prabhu Solomon's Kumki climax in dense forest - Times of India



  • Kumki Songs Download: Kumki MP3 Tamil Songs Online Free on Gaana.com



  • Kumki Movie Review 4/5: Critic Review of Kumki by Times of India



  • Kumki Box Office Collection till Now Box Collection - Bollywood Hungama




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