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The music was composed by Shyam Benjamin with cinematography by V. Thyagarajan and editing by Yoga Bhaskar. The film began production during and was released after several delays on 22 September to mixed reviews from critics.
The movie was also dubbed in Hindi as Khazana-The Robbery. An idol smuggler comes to a village to steal a Shiva idol worth crores. The story begins with an international criminal and idol smuggler named Ram Sanjay Vamsi Krishna arriving at a village in Tanjore with the ulterior motive of smuggling the ancient Maragatha Lingam idol from Marundeeswarar Temple.
He enters the temple in the pretext of a journalist who has come to do research on temples. He agrees to go hand-in-glove with Ram, and as per the latter's plan, they steal the heavily guarded Lingam from the temple. The ministry now knows that the idol has been missing, so they file a police complaint.
The government assigns the case to Irfan Kalanjiyam , a police officer from the Special Task Force who is assigned to find the culprits. How he solves the case and brings them to books forms the rest. Director Krishnasamy revealed that an interview of DSP Kadhar Badsha, who was accused of antique robbery, was the inspiration for the film. The film was shot and ready for release by , but went through production delays. The film's music was composed by Shyam Benjamin, while the audio rights of the film was acquired by Saregama.
The album released on 15 May and featured three songs. Shyam Benjamin was chosen after being recommended to the producers by lyricist Muthamil.
Kalavu Thozhirchalai had a theatrical release across Tamil Nadu alongside eight other films, which became the most crowded release date of in Chennai. The critic then added "however, the rest of the film is more or less a let-down, turning what should have been a thrilling heist movie into a slow-moving film filled with unnecessary sub-plots".
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கனவு தொழிற்சாலை [Kanavu Thozhirchalai]
The music was composed by Shyam Benjamin with cinematography by V. Thyagarajan and editing by Yoga Bhaskar. The film began production during and was released after several delays on 22 September to mixed reviews from critics. The movie was also dubbed in Hindi as Khazana-The Robbery.
Kanavu Thozhirchalai Tamil Movie