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Running time160 minutesCountryIndiaLanguageTamilBudget₹24 to 40 croresBox officeest. ₹130croresMankatha is a 2011 Indian -language written and directed.

It features in the lead role, starring in his 50th film, along with an including,. It was produced by 's while composed the musical score and, with working as the cinematographer and the duo and as editors. The story, set in Mumbai, revolves around a heist of cricket betting money, executed by a gang of four thieves, who are joined by a fifth unknown man, and its aftermath.The film was formally launched in August 2010, with its principal photography beginning on 25 October 2010. Filming was held for more than eight months and took place primarily across, the slum in and, Thailand.

Following speculations regarding the film's release, acquired the theatrical rights and distributed the film via 's Radaan Mediaworks. Mankatha released on 31 August 2011 worldwide to generally positive reviews and grossed the second biggest opening of all time after at the time of release.

The film was also dubbed into as Gambler and released in ten days later while it was a box-office hit in as well. Contents.Plot Vinayak Mahadev , an of, is suspended for having saved smuggler Faizal from and helping him escape. Meanwhile, a police officer commits suicide because of the leakage of his gambling plans, who is revealed to be Kamal Ekambaram. Police officer Prithviraj takes charge to end the betting scandals in IPL cricket in.

Prithvi then reveals that Kamal in a secret mission to draw attention to the betting scandals and returns under the name Praveen Kumar. Arumuga Chettiyar , an influential local illegal business dealer and the head of Faizal, owns 'Golden Theatres' in Mumbai, which has been converted into a den and forms the front for all his illegal businesses.

Chettiyar uses his links with dons in Mumbai and tries to route through his old theatre, a cash of over ₹5 billion (US$72 million) to be used in betting. Vinayak is introduced to Chettiyar through his girlfriend Sanjana. Sanjana is in love with Vinayak, but he pretends to love her.Sumanth , a goon working for Chettiyar, hatches a conspiracy to rob the money in the company of his friends: Ganesh , a local; Mahat , who owns a bar in Mumbai; and Mahat's friend Prem , an graduate. Vinayak befriends the boys at Sumanth's marriage with Suchithra. One late evening, Vinayak meets Prem, who becomes inebriated by him and reveals their heist plan. Vinayak starts spying on them and confronts them on the day of the planned heist, stepping in. The four take him in, promising him a fifth of the share.

Vinayak has other plans. He wants to kill his accomplices and take the entire amount. He promises to help them and divide it between them.

After looting the money, they leave the money in an abandoned godown. Later, all of them celebrate the turn of events at Mahat's bar, but Sumanth is identified at the party by Faizal and is later caught by him. Sumanth is cornered by Chettiyar, who orders Faizal to kill him for his treachery, but is rescued in time by Ganesh and Vinayak, and the trio escape from the hideout, taking Chettiyar hostage. While driving back to the godown, Vinayak finds Sanjana on the way and brutally shoves Chettiyar out of the vehicle in front of her. Sanjana engulfs in grief when she comes to know about Vinayak's true intentions.Meanwhile, upon reaching the godown, they discover that Mahat and Prem had escaped with the cash and are accompanied by Sona. The three are then confronted by Faizal and Chettiyar's men, but manage to evade them and get on the run. Sumanth later turns against Vinayak when he comes to know that his wife had been kidnapped by Chettiyar.

After a brief scuffle, Sumanth runs into Prithvi, who takes him to custody and rescues his wife on the condition that he turns and divulge everything. He is killed when Prithvi's wife Sabitha is kidnapped and threatened by Vinayak. Vinayak comes to know of Mahat and Prem's whereabouts through Ganesh, and along with him, starts pursuing them. Prithvi and the others follow suit, and all of them are holed up in a highway resort with the money. A sequence of events lead to the murders of the gang members one by one — Mahat is killed by Sona who gets killed by Vinayak, and Prem gets killed by Prithvi — with Ganesh and Vinayak remaining alive.

A final fight ensues between Vinayak and Prithvi. The two actually prove to be equal. At the final moment of the fight, Kamal throws a gun to Prithvi, who shoots Vinayak, and a huge explosion rocks the shack, seemingly ending the fight.After several days, the police gets information about Ganesh to be living in Thailand. Kamal (under the name of Praveen Kumar) arrives there but comes across Vinayak.

Kamal confronts him and calls up Prithvi to inform him of Vinayak's presence, but then it is then revealed that Prithvi and Vinayak are best friends since their college days and took police training together. They had come to know about the betting money scheme by Chettiyar and operated the plan together (including Vinayak's faked death). Ganesh had also been killed by Vinayak as a part of the plan, and Prithvi and Vinayak escaped the explosion with the ₹5 billion (US$72 million), each taking ₹2.5 billion (US$36 million) as their share.

Prithvi informs Vinayak that their money was safe in the and asks him to deal with Kamal. Vinayak then snatches Kamal's gun and points it at his forehead, saying 'game over'.Cast. Main article:The film score and soundtrack of Mankatha were composed by, becoming his fourth collaboration with Venkat Prabhu and Ajith as well. The soundtrack, consists of eight tracks, including one track and one, with lyrics penned by, and and renowned poet 's grandson, Niranjan Bharathi.

As earlier done in and, a too was planned, which however did not materialise in last minute. Prior to the official soundtrack launch, a, ', was released in mid-May 2011. The music rights were secured by who had reportedly offered ₹ 10 million. The soundtrack album, following several postponements, was released on 10 August 2011 at 's Chennai station, while two days later the team arranged a press meet, showcasing two songs and the trailer of the film. The album was reported to have achieved record breaking sales.

The songs received mixed response, with their placements in the film being criticizied, while the film's score was widely appreciated.Release The satellite rights of the film were secured. The film was given a 'U/A' certificate by the and passed without any, while few words were.

One week later, the issued a with an advice that it 'contains strong threat and violence'. During the late production stage, reports indicated that Mankatha faced 'political pressure' following the change in government after the, with sources claiming that the film did not find any buyers in, since it was produced by the grandson of president. Cloud Nine Movies began negotiations with other production houses to sell the domestical theatrical rights, however talks with and resulted in failure. On 22 August 2011, Gnanavelraja confirmed that his production house, had purchased the Indian domestic theatrical and the television rights of the film at an undisclosed record amount.However, in a turn of events, Studio Green cancelled the deal the very next day due to 'various reasons' which Gnanavel Raja did not want to elaborate, in spite of posters in newspapers featuring Studio Green's logo. Times of India reported that Azhagiri bought back the rights, since Gnanavel Raja had planned to sell the satellite rights to, a channel run by the,. On 24 August, Azhagiri announced that 's had bought the theatrical and satellite rights of the film and would distribute it along with Cloud Nine Movies.

Was said to have negotiated the deal and united the production houses to release the film jointly. Mankatha thus became the first Ajith film under banner as well as their first release after the assembly election.

Actress 's Radaan Mediaworks distributed the film to Tamil Nadu theatres.Dhayanidhi Azhagiri announced that the film would be a worldwide release with in English, simultaneously opening across Singapore, Malaysia, United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada and many other parts of Middle East and Europe. Noted Telugu producer Bellamkonda Suresh acquired the film's dubbing rights by late August 2011 and released a dubbed Telugu version titled Gambler on 9 September 2011 across 225 screens, enabling the biggest opening for a dubbed version of a Tamil film. The film became scheduled for a release on 1 September 2011 in order to cash in on the - weekend, before eventually finalised 31 August 2011 as the release date in overseas theatres few days later. In the United States, the film was released at 34 theatres. Reception Critical reception Mankatha received generally positive reviews, with critics lauding Ajith's performance. Malathi Rangarajan of called it a 'gutsy' and 'engaging game of cat and mouse that springs no surprises', adding that Venkat Prabhu had 'laid out a filling spread this time'. Anupama Subramanian of the rated it 3 out of 5 as well, claiming that Ajith 'sparkles in his 50th film'.

N Venkateswaran of rated the film 4 out of 5, saying 'Ajith is the soul of the movie and the others have nothing much to do, with the exception of Arjun.' And called it 'a good watch, especially because of Ajith's baddie act.' Viswanath of said, 'Mankatha is strictly for Ajith fans, who has a wholesome blast, puffing, bulldozing his way and bedding belles by the dozen like there is no tomorrow.' Pavithra Srinivasan of rated the film 2.5 out of 5 stars, saying 'If Mankatha works even just a bit, it's because of Ajith, whose charisma shines through.

Watch it only for him. The rest really don't matter.' S critic highlighted that Ajith 'steals the thunder and plays the emotionless bad man, to perfection', further adding that he looked 'smashing and his scorching screen presence is unmatchable', while the reviewer criticised the script as being 'dull', and concluded ' For die-hard fans of Ajith who don't have a problem with an unforgivable 2 Hours 40 minutes running time and juvenile comedy, this might be a treat. For others though, it's strictly average entertainment.'

Akhila Krishnamurthy of said, 'The thing about testosterone is it can either excite or frustrate. There is no in-between.

Tamil superstar Ajith’s much-anticipated 50th film is a very “male film”, no doubt. There's a heist, a few chases, gunfights, cusswords, three good-looking women and a salt-and-pepper-haired protagonist, who is naughty at forty. Only, none of it excites.'

Box office Mankatha released in about 1,000 screens worldwide and the film had a solo opening in on 31 August. It was said to have collected ₹252 million nett from 370 screens in Tamil Nadu during the opening five-day weekend, and around ₹300 million nett in its first week. The film became the biggest grosser of the year as well as that of Ajith's career, while also garnering the second-highest opening after (2010). In city alone, the film earned ₹27.2 million in the first weekend from 19 screens. The multiplexes gave it the maximum number of shows including morning shows in all screens.

Mankatha recovered its cost of production in 2 weeks, making it the fastest film in recent times to turn profitable.At the Mayajaal multiplex, Mankatha was screened in all 14 screens on the first day, resulting in 70 shows per day, all being sold out, while Sathyam Cinemas reported a net of ₹3.4 million from two screens for the five-day weekend. The film grossed ₹65 million in 19 days in Chennai. The Telugu version Gambler, which released in 225 screens. In, the film was released in the original language in and districts on 31 August while a dubbed version released all over the state on 9 September, opening at first rank, outclassing other Malayalam releases. The film bought for ₹6 million in Kerala was expected to get distributor share of ₹14 million. The Telugu version got high opening compared to other mainstream films It was successful at the box office.The film opened at second rank in, grossing $803,666 in its first weekend, with a per screen average of $19,602 (highest per screen average) claiming the second-highest opening weekend for a Tamil film.

After four weeks, the film grossed ₹60 million in. In the United Kingdom, the film grossed $179,054 from 16 screens, opening at No.1 spot and No.4 in the all-time chart Overall the film grossed $1,104,911 in Malaysia in six weeks, and $268,533 in UK at the end of the third week., the distributors declared that Mankatha grossed ₹800 million worldwide in thirty days, nearing the end of its run. Termed the film as a as well as the year's biggest commercial success. The film completed a 50-day run at the box office and was ranked as the fourth biggest grosser in Tamil film history.

Brand related to the film were launched for sale after the 50th day. Items included sun glasses, T-shirts, hand cuffs and lockets, all on a limited edition basis. Legacy 2011, a compilation of the year's most frequent search queries, placed Mankatha at 7th rank, becoming the only Tamil film to secure a place in the list. Sudhish Kamath of included Mankatha in his list 'Year of Anti-Hero' stating that 'Mankatha earns its place here simply because it took a fairly dark genre like noir and celebrated evil minus the darkness' and also went to write that 'this comic heist film is the best thing Ajith has ever done since Billa'.The scene where Vinayak gets excited by the collection of money was parodied in (2018). 27 August 2011. Retrieved 27 August 2011 Cite journal requires journal=.

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