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Thread: எந்திரன் 2.0 The Sequel : Rajinikanth | Shankar | ARR

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    Wlecome back lord

    I enjoyed the movie, esp Chitie version 2.0 ! VFX was amazing , Rajni as 2.0 never fails to impress !
    Om Namaste astu Bhagavan Vishveshvaraya Mahadevaya Triambakaya Tripurantakaya Trikalagni kalaya kalagnirudraya Neelakanthaya Mrutyunjayaya Sarveshvaraya Sadashivaya Shriman Mahadevaya Namah Om Namah Shivaye Om Om Namah Shivaye Om Om Namah Shivaye

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    Vision of a Vision
    (an introduction to Anti-Villain)


    (Another amazing poster, where the demonic creature swallows the sun by holding and pushing the light source into its ugly mouth using its razor sharp finger nail)

    An antagonist is a fictional character who is against or opposes the protagonist. It need not necessarily be a villain or an evil person. For example, Rajini films have a lot of antagonists than villains. Their character arcs are more on emotional encounters or ego outburst, the common traits of a human nature that are difficult to conquer. Mostly the female characters are not villainous but an antagonist who dont physically harm anyone but take the protagonist's life on an electric swing : Srividya in Mappillai, Ramya Krishnan in Padayappa, Chandramukhi, Mannan , etc. Even Sarath Babu is an antagonist in Muthu and Annamalai. The Real Villain for Rajini is and will be Marc Antony only.

    Antagonist as a bad or evil person can be categorized into two sub divisions: a straight villain & an anti-villain.

    A straight villain ruled and rules the fiction world. They are the typical villains used to trigger the plot. If the protagonist is what one should be, the villain is what one shouldn't be. Villains main function is to elevate the protagonist character. They are frequently unintelligent, incapable of harming the protagonist even when they can command an army from hell at the snap of their fingers. The usual villain roles are two-faced politicians, evil blood-relations, wicked industrialists, etc., who are the general sources of chaos and conflict (for no bloody reason). They are created evil for evil's sake.

    To understand an anti-villain, two other aspects have to be learnt:

    1/ Origins: Even though there are all sorts of characters sketched out in our Epics, to understand the type of (famous) fiction that is thrusted upon us - Time travel to the 80's. Frank Miller (Dark Knight Returns) and Alan Moore (The Killing Joke, Watchmen) can be considered as the visionaries of anti-villain. Such antagonist characters were glorified on screen by directors like Zack Snyder, Christopher Nolan, and Robert Rodriguez (with Quentin Tarantino and Frank Miller), while Quentin Tarantino has his own plans to stylize and present his antagonists as Anti-Villains.

    2/ Anti-Hero : This character is THE protagonist, THE Hero and should not be confused with a villain. Anti-Heroes existed from Western genre films through other films in the years 60s and 70s. A hero acts with moral and reasoning and when the same hero gives a rat's ass about moral and acts primarily on self-interest defying the ethical code becomes an anti-hero - Ajith in Mankatha.

    Note : Chitti V2.O is a Villain and not an anti-hero.

    An Anti-Villain is the opposite of an Anti-Hero. He is primarily a Villain with Heroic goals. He has got excellent personal traits, ethics and virtues but every good quality goes into the drain due to his actions. What they desire is morally correct, but the means they deploy to achieve it is evil.

    Exemples of Antagonist :

    1/ Batman is an anti-hero. Joker is an anti-villain.
    2/ Chitti V2.0 is a Villain and Patchi Rajan is an anti-villain.
    3/ Baasha is a Hero and Marc Antony is a Villain.
    4/ Paruthiveeran is an Anti-hero. Lingesan (for the movie I) is a Hero
    5/ Deadpool is an Anti-Hero. Wolverine is a Super-Hero.

    Usually its (Anti)Hero versus (Anti)Villain. In 2.O, its Villain versus Anti-Villain, a FIRST of its kind. And its amazing to see the role of each character in 2.O:

    Vassegaran is Hero. Chitti V1.O is Super-Hero. Chitti V2.O is Villain. Patchi Rajan is Anti-Villain. Chitti 3.0 is Anti-Hero.



    If the definitions (the language in fiction) are understood, the inkling of Shankar can be embraced. Hats off Shankar.
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    15/01 - Innaiku Engalukku Deewali

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