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Arrambam (2013)

3.7 of 5 from 45 ratings
2h 37min
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Synopsis:
The film starts with Ashok Kumar aka AK (Ajith Kumar) setting bombs in three places and informing the police about them. Before the police arrive, the bombs are set off. He along with his lady love Maya (Nayanthara), both threaten her old collegemate hacker Arjun (Arya), who starts hacking one system after the other. AK then threatens Sridhar Raghavan (Aadukalam Naren) by trying to kill his baby so that he can extract the truth about black money. AK murders him in a fit of rage. Arjun, who is particularly irritated by the things happening around him, complains about the misdeeds of AK to Inspector Prakash (Kishore).
When AK gets closer to achieving his goals, Arjun gives him away to the police and both are arrested. Arjun is later released after his true identity is revealed. Later, Maya, who had escaped from the scene, tracks Arjun and Anita and tells them AK's original motive. AK is revealed to be a former member of an Anti-Terrorist Squad, who is on a mission to expose a scam regarding faulty bulletproof jackets, that are provided to security forces, which resulted in many bloody deaths including his best friend and colleague, Assistant Commissioner Sanjay (Rana Daggubati). It turns out that Home Minister Mahadev Rane (Mahesh Manjrekar) and his associates Milind Virekar (Atul Kulkarni) and Ramya Radhakrishnan (Suman Ranganathan) are the people involved in the scam. Ramya kills Sanjay's pregnant wife and her parents by poisoning while Maya, who is also poisoned, and Mango (Five Star Krishna), who was placed on a railway track, survive the attack. Arjun, who hears the flashback,[6] decides to help them...
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Directors:
Writers:
A.N. Balakrishnan, D. Suresh
Genres:
Bollywood
Countries:
India
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Release Date:
Not released
Run Time:
157 minutes

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