Action Movies the Indian way

Words do not describe this action scene from Indian movie Endhiran

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After nearly a decade of pre-production work, the film was shot over two years beginning in 2008. Produced by Kalanithi Maran, it became India’s most expensive film. Upon release, it also made the largest worldwide opening for an Indian film. The film’s background score and soundtrack was composed by A. R. Rahman, which released as an album on 31 July 2010. The film released worldwide on 1 October 2010, along with its dubbed versions: Robot in Hindi and Robo in Telugu. Upon release, it enjoyed critical acclaim and commercial success across the globe, collecting an unprecedented Indian Rupee ₹62 crore in the opening weekend, becoming the highest-grossing Tamil film and the highest-grossing Indian film of all time.


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