Enthiran

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Enthiran

A gifted scientist, Dr. Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth) creates a robot as smart as its creator, an android named Chitti Babu (Rajinikanth), who changed the world for the first time but with a few things with the consequences and “mind-blowing” the unexpected.

Chitti endears himself to Vaseegaran‘s girlfriend, Sana (Aishwarya Rai) and helps her cheat in her medical school exams by using the ZigBee protocol to dictate her the answers from outside the examination hall. Chitti and Sana are caught, but Sana, fearing rustication, lies to the invigilators that she doesn’t even know him. Chitti learns that humans may choose to lie for self-preservation.

Vaseegaran decides to modify Chitti’s neural schema and embed a positronic brain to allow him to understand human psyche, behaviour and emotions, and succeeds in doing so by installing a new hormone simulation module into the robot. Later Chitti successfully applies his text book knowledge of symphysiotomy to handle the complicated labour of Latha (Devadarshini), Sana’s friend. The procedure is covered live by the media. Dr. Bohra (Danny Denzongpa) arrives to congratulate Dr.Vaseegaran on the achievement. He also lets Chitti pass the AIRD’s evaluation. But problems have only begun for Vaseegaran. Chitti begins to see Sana as its romantic interest and makes advances.  Dr. Bohra tries to take advantage of the situation and tells Chitti that Vaseegaran is using him only for his personal benefits, and that he does not value Chitti‘s feelings. Dr Bohra‘s words do have their effect on Chitti; he deliberately fails in an evaluation conducted by the Indian Army. Vaseegaran chops Chitti into pieces and throws it away in a landfill site.

Bohra, who had already struck up a deal with a European terrorist group through an Indian agent named Shah (Sabu Cyril) to sell them superintelligent robots, had failed to meet the deadline and is given an ultimatum by the group’s leader. He retrieves Chitti‘s parts from the junkyard and fixes it up. He gives Chitti a new appearance, and embeds a “red chip” inside Chitti, thereby converting him into a ruthless terminator. Chitti gatecrashes Vaseegaran and Sana’s wedding, kidnaps her, imprisons her in AIRD and threatens her with rape and creation of a cyborg by artificial insemination.

Vaseegaran establishes remote communication with Chitti via holographic projection and instructs Chitti to return to his lab. But Chitti refuses to oblige and disconnects the transmission. Calling himself “Version 2.0″ now, Chitti begins to create replicas. Dr. Bohra, who tries to challenge, is killed by Chitti. Soon Chitti‘s army of robots cause mayhem in the city, and take over AIRD. Media begins to speculate on a impending cybernetic revolt. Vaseegaran undertakes the responsibility to stop Chitti. Disguised as one of the robots, he successfully infiltrates Chitti‘s fort—the AIRD headquarters. Vaseegaran instructs the police to cut the power supply in the entire city and Sana distracts Chitti from the problem by pretending that she had finally fallen in love with him. Eventually, when Chitti and his army are about to run out of power, they find an alternate solution: they seize vehicles on the road and use their batteries to recharge themselves up.

Chitti finds out Vaseegaran, but as Chitti is about to kill him, the police force strikes the fort. The robots assemble themselves into a sphere, snake, tower, and drill bit formations to defend themselves. One of the robots get immobilized by a grenade explosion, and is taken into custody by Vaseegaran. He uploads a computer worm into Chitti‘s network which temporarily brings down the robot army. Chitti identifies the source of the worm and sends a “self-destruct” command to the robot. Eventually, the robots assemble in the shape of a giant and chase Vaseegaran‘s armoured bus. Vaseegaran used the data he had backed up from the destroyed robot to de-magnetise the robot army, which results in the collapse of the giant formation. Chitti is pulled into the bus by a huge magnetic wall. Vaseegaran now has access to Chitti‘s internal control panel, through which he instructs all the other robots to self-destruct. He then removes the red chip, thereby calming him down.

Twenty years later, in 2030, students in a science museum are escorted by a guide towards a showcase that has Chitti‘s body parts arranged. The guide tells the students that Chitti was the most advanced humanoid robot that was created twenty years ago and that it was dismantled due to “certain reasons”. A curious student (Shriya Sharma) asks why, to which Chitti‘s head responds saying, “I started to think.”

Producer: Siddharth Malhotra
Director: S. Shankar
Writer(s): Not Available
Cast: Rajinikanth, Aishwarya Rai, Danny Denzongpa

Also Known: Robot / Endhiran
Release Date: October 1, 2010
Country: India
Distributor: Sun Pictures, Seven Arts, Gemini Film Circuit, Ayngaran, Eros Labs, B4U Network, Ficus Movies
Official Site: Not Available
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Science-Fiction
Rating: Not Available
Length: Not Available


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