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For the deity also known as Linga, see .

Lingaa is a 2014 Indian written and directed by . The film was produced by Rockline Venkatesh under Rockline Entertainment. The film's script was written by . The film stars , and in the lead roles while , and essay supporting roles. The soundtrack was composed by . The cinematography and editing was handled by and Samjith Mohammed respectively. The film revolves around Lingaa, a thief who enters a village called Solaiyur to save the dam and temple built by his grandfather.

commenced during the last week of May 2014 in . The majority of the filming took place in . The climax portions were filmed in and in . The film was released on 12 December 2014, coinciding with 's birthday. The film was dubbed and released in Telugu and Hindi with same name. Although the film grossed more than one and a half billion at the box office, it was a loss for distributors bought for a high price.


A dam in the village of Solaiyur, which is the lifeline of that village is under assessment for structural integrity by the Public Works Department. The dam inspector () assesses that the dam is still strong 75 years after it was built. Later that evening, he is hanged to death by the corrupt local Nagabhushan (), who wants the dam destroyed for his own benefit. The dying dam inspector throws a containing details about the proposed plan to destroy the dam into an abandoned temple near the dam and warns the village head Karunakara () that the temple has to be opened as soon as possible, after which he passes away. Karunakara and the villagers are of the opinion that the temple can only be opened by the descendant of Raja Lingeswaran (), who built the dam as well as the Shiva temple. Lakshmi (), the granddaughter of Karunakara and a television journalist, goes on a search to find the Raja's descendant. She soon manages to find the descendant, whose name is Lingeswaran Lingaa (). Lingaa is the grandson of Raja Lingeswaran, but is a petty thief with his family having now fallen on hard times. He holds a grudge against his grandfather, feeling that he had brought down his family into poverty by squandering all his wealth and hence refuses to go with Lakshmi to Solaiyur. However, Lakshmi implicates Lingaa in a robbery, as a result of which the police pursue Lingaa. Lingaa is forced to accept Lakshmi's invitation to avoid getting caught and travels with her to Solaiyur.

At Solaiyur, Lingaa finds out that the installed at the Shiva temple is made of Maragatham stone (), which is extremely valuable, so at midnight, he enters the Shiva temple with the intention to steal the Lingam. But he is noticed by one of the dam's security guards, who immediately alerts all the villagers including Lakshmi, Karunakara and Nagabhushan, to the temple courtyard. Aware of the villagers' presence, Lingaa pretends to perform pooja to the Lingam. This fools the villagers, who find it auspicious that the grandson of Raja Lingeswaran is performing pooja to the Shiva Lingam installed at the temple built by the Raja at on the occasion of . Karunakara then tells everyone present, including Lingaa, the story of Raja Lingeswaran.

Raja Lingeswaran, the very rich ruler of the erstwhile princely state of Kodiyur, best civil engineer from Cambridge and a . He becomes the collector of Madurai district, and arrives at Solaiyur village. There the people tell him that they have no water for 9 months per year, and the other 3 months they have heavy rainfall and floods. They are unable to store water and the resulting famines cause hundreds of deaths every year. Though the collector applies to construct a dam, his plan is rejected in the annual collectors' meeting and he is forced to approve a new railroad from Tuticorin to Kochi through Madurai for goods. He refuses to do so and is blackmailed that he will be fired. He immediately resigns his job and exits.

Later the scene shifts to a palace, wherein all the British and Indian guests arrive in the background of a birthday party given by the erstwhile Maharaja of Kodiyur. It is later revealed that, the Maharaja is none other than Lingeshwaran (Rajinikanth). In the context of hospitality, the Maharaja lets slip that he resigned his post of Collector in order to serve the people of his native. When inquired about it, he expresses his wish to construct a dam at Solaiyur, with his own money and man power, claiming all he needed was only a signature in the form of permission from the British Government. The Governor approves it (after a discreet conversation with his lieutenants, plotting to gain something out of it), gives permission along with a signed order the next day. Though he faces multiple difficulties, the dam is constructed with the help of local man power from the Solaiyur village. It is shown that the Solaiyur village people are very co-operative with Raja Lingeshwaran and work with him cordially, except for small feud and near stoppage of work due to a caste remark ignited by Sambandam (), who is later understood to be a spy for the British Collector. Bharathi (), the daughter of a villager starts to fall for Raja Lingeshwaran. Finally, the dam is almost completed except for the shaft doors. The doors are being held in custody by the new collector as stolen goods and the floods are soon to occur. Raja Lingeshwaran negotiates with the new collector who proposes that the king gives him all his property (100% of the entire yield) as bribe and all credit of constructing the dam goes to him and British government. The king with whole heart does so. Apart from that, he sells his Palace, gold and silver and other lands he possesses to gain back the land grabbed by the new collector. Sambandam plays a trick here by bringing the villagers to the palace at the same time when Raja gives away his property documents, gold and silver, and makes them believe that, the Raja is a spy of the British. The dam is fully constructed in 1939 at Solaiyur to solve the water problems of that village. The British lie to the villagers that the Raja was a British spy who would hand over the dam and all the villagers' lands to the British once the dam was completed. However, the freedom fighter, Kavi barathi () and another set of few people believe that, the raja is really innocent. The irate villagers throw the Raja out of Solaiyur. The Raja boards a train with Sami Pillai, and Bharathi, who joins him apart from his foreboding. Truth comes out in the form of the Collector's wife when she confronts the villagers when they come to meet him for taking back the land which was taken. She reveals that the agreement signed by Raja Lingeshwaran was almost burned by the Collector's assistant and she in time retrieved it and shows them the document, there by revealing the true identity of the Collector. Later, the villagers realize Sambandam's double play and chase him. unable to face the villagers and due to his own guilt, he jumps off the dam wall and drowns in the reservoir. After a long search, the villagers find the Raja and his wife Bharathi, but living in poverty. After unsuccessfully trying to convince the Raja to return to Solaiyur, the villagers decided to keep the Shiva temple which was built along with the dam, closed until the Raja or his descendants returned to the village. Lingaa, on hearing the Raja's story, changes his opinion about his grandfather and decides to mend his ways.

Story unfolds again when Lingaa decides to leave the village. He is stopped by the Chief (), asking to stay behind, as he feels something bad is about to happen to the village, as it almost happened 70 years back. It is revealed that the honest Dam inspector () was killed by MP and the new inspector () would be inspecting the dam for a name sake, thereby drilling holes in the dam, to be filled with explosives later by MP's personnel. Finally, the same is revealed to the entire village and broadcast to all Government offices the plot by MP, which was secretly shot by Lakshmi. After an ensuing fight, Lingaa makes the bomb to explode in the water, instead on the dam and the movie ends with Lingaa and Lakshmi, who are now in love with each other, leaving Solaiyur, with Lingaa deciding to return once he has done something good in life like his grandfather.

  • as Raja Lingeswaran ICS, civil engineer, collector of Madurai (in 1940), namely King of Kodaiyur/ K. Lingeswaran (Lingaa) (thief, present)
  • as Bharathi
  • as Lakshmi
  • as M.P. Nagabooshan
  • as Karunakara
  • as Lingaa's friend
  • as Kothandam
  • as a freedom fighter
  • as Inspector Ravi Varman
  • as Mr. David
  • as Inspector Shikhawat
  • as Kavi Bharathi
  • as Karunakara's father, a village head
  • as Mr. Madhusudhan
  • as Zamindar of Rayakottai
  • Sambandham, the collector's spy
  • as train loco pilot in 1939
  • as Sami Pillai,Raja Lingeswaran's right-hand
  • as the government official officer
  • as corrupt government officer
  • as the merchant
  • as the merchant's security guard
  • as Shanmugam
  • as Nagabooshan's assistant
  • as Assistant Commissioner "Finishing" Kumar in a special appearance
  • William Orendorff as British Governor
  • as the 5 star hotel manager
  • as the 5 star hotel security camera operator
  • as the 5 star hotel chief security guard
  • Kamalesh Kumar as Poet
  • Suchithra as Vasantha
  • Scissor Manohar as Police constable
  • Padayappa Ramesh as the 5 star hotel security guard
  • Erode Soundar as a villager
  • S. V. S. Kumar as a villager
  • (special appearance in the song "Oh Nanba")
  • (special appearance in the song "Oh Nanba")



The script as well as screenplay for Lingaa were penned by , who had registered the story with the South Indian Film Writers' Association under the title King Khan in 2010. The story is loosely based on who built . He had also penned the dialogues for the film. The pre-production works began in March 2014. The following month, Ravikumar stated on Facebook that filming would commence soon and that the film was titled Lingaa. Eros International was confirmed to distribute the film worldwide. was announced as producer. was roped in as the music composer for the film and as the cinematographer. was confirmed to handle the art direction for the film. Samjith Mhd, who had worked with Ravikumar earlier in (2013), was confirmed as the film's editor. Hollywood stuntman Lee Whittaker was recruited to frame the stunt sequences. During the audio launch of the film's soundtrack album, Ravikumar said the title Lingaa was suggested to him by Rajinikanth. Director earlier had the rights to the title for his next project but handed over the rights to Ravikumar for Rajinikanth.


In April 2014, and were selected to play the role of Lakshmi and Bharathi.But later both of them went out due to bad script, story, character and their age issues. Then confirmed her involvement in the project for the role of Bharati and was signed for the role of Lakshmi. Then came out of the project due to same bad script and age issues. In late April 2014, Telugu actor confirmed on his Yahoo messenger and his Yahoo mail that he was signed on for a role in the film. was reported to have refused an important role in the film, but he however denied being approached for the film in the first place. Further, reports circulated again in August 2014 which strongly suggested Sudeep was a part of the cast as he was seen during the canning of the climax portions but he clarified that he wasn't offered a role in the film yet. Comedian joined the team in May 2014. Actors , and were called up to play important roles in the film.

British actress Lauren J. Irwin was selected to appear in the portions of the film. American actor, director and writer William Orendorff was selected to play a key role in the film and furthermore, confirming his involvement in the project through Twitter. was roped as another heroine and she joined the unit on 27 June 2014. Sonakshi Sinha, in an interview with , said that there are two different tracks of filming scenes, and that Anushka Shetty and her will not share much screen space and was given liberty to pick up the role she felt suitable for her. In June 2014, actor was selected to play a supporting role. Actor was selected to play a secondary antagonist role. Director and comedian confirmed that he would appear in a small yet significant role as a train driver. Comedian was selected to portray the role of a police officer. Actresses and were rumored to perform an , but the latter's inclusion remained unconfirmed and the former denied the news saying that she was never approached.


Ramoji Film City, where majority of the filming was done.

commenced on 1 May 2014 in , Karnataka, India, with a customary . Rajinikanth and Sonakshi Sinha took part in the shoot. The of the movie was filmed in May 2014 at the in Mysuru. Cinematographer R. Rathnavelu revealed that filming would be done using a . In addition to this, the camera was used for filming action sequences. The film crew shot in various locations in Karnataka like , Manuvana, , and inside the residential portion of . On 10 May 2014, Sonakshi had completed her portions for the first schedule of the film's shooting. On 18 May 2014, Rajinikanth and Sonakshi Sinha shot some scenes dating back to the in front of the illuminated residential portion of the palace. Horses were used for the shot. Over 50 policemen and 30 bouncers had been deployed to prevent people from getting near the shooting area in Mysore.

, one of the two main locations where the climax was filmed.

The team then moved to , for a two-month schedule, where sequences featuring the entire cast were shot for 50 days. A song sequence featuring Rajinikanth and Anushka was shot at Annapurna Studios, wherein the production team had designed a huge set for the song. On 13 July 2014, actress Sonakshi Sinha completed her filming schedule in Hyderabad. The Hyderabad schedule ended on 30 July 2014. During the Hyderabad schedule of the film, news circulated that Rajinikanth fainted on the sets while filming a heavy action sequence but Ravikumar denied this, citing that the actor was healthy.

In early August 2014, the team shot some scenes near the in , with Anushka Shetty in the frame. In mid-August 2014, the production unit confirmed that 80% of the filming was completed. Filming then moved to and the , where some important scenes were canned for twenty-five days. For the film's climax, a big statue of and dam both as set were constructed next to the Jog water-falls. Shooting also took place at the . The film's climax requirements accounted for ₹10 million (US0,000). In September 2014, the climax portion's filming was allotted ten days, confirming the shoot in Karnataka. On 22 September 2014, Whittaker confirmed that the climax portions of the film were completed with a stunt sequence choreographed by him. The film's shooting was wrapped up by 23 September 2014 except filming of two song sequences that were reported to be canned in Chennai and . Ravikumar stated that the climax scene, which involved a , was inspired by a sequence (1986).

During the Hyderabad schedule of the film, some villagers of village in district in had tried to halt the shooting of Lingaa, stating that some chemicals were mixed in the nearby lake during shoots, polluting local water. But the crew members stated that they had sought the permission of the irrigation department and the village Panchayat for shooting. The crew members also dismissed allegations of chemicals in the lake. During the shooting of the climax portions near the , environmental organisations opposed the permission granted to the production unit for shooting, suggesting a threat to the location as public entry to the dam was prohibited. The organisations also had sent a petition to both the Deputy Collector's office and the Deputy Commissioner's office, who in turn, sent the petition to the , , for scrutinity. Regarding the same issue, officials of the also sent a letter to the Chief Minister asking him to end the shooting of the portions of the film there, citing that the bio-diversity and life in and around the dam would be affected. The elephants featured in the film were constructed through CGI, and a disclaimer was issued for this at the beginning of the film.

Accusations and losses[]

Script infringement issue[]

On 12 November 2014, the bench's Justice M. Venugopal ordered a notice to producer 'Rockline' Venkatesh, script writer Pon Kumaran and director K.S. Ravikumar on account of accusations by the film maker K.R. Ravi Rathinam of the colony who claimed that script of Lingaa was actually the one he had written for directing a film titled Mullai Vanam 999 based on the construction of the by . Further, actor Rajinikanth who wasn't involved in the film script larceny was issued notice as he had distribution rights for the film. However, Justice M. Venugopal refused to pass any interim orders to hold audio release that is scheduled on 16 November 2014. On 3 December 2014, the court dismissed a writ petition filed by Ravi Rathinam. Justice Venugopal claimed the dispute to be private and it could have been solved only by initiating civil or criminal proceedings and not by invoking the jurisdiction of the High Court.

Distributors' losses[]

The film's worldwide distribution rights were sold for ₹135 crore (US million). The distributors of Tamil Nadu suffered large losses and asked for their money back. A distributor under the banner Marina stated that it suffered losses in and areas and submitted a petition to go on a hunger strike. Vijayabhargavi Entertainers stated that they suffered losses in region. Capricorn Pictures incurred losses in North Arcot and South Arcot (Cuddalore-Villupuram) circles. Sukra Films and Chandrakala Movies lost money in and - respectively. The distributors claimed that after 25 days of its release, Lingaa recovered only 30 percent of the down payment. Some theatre owners received settlements for their losses. later refunded one-third of the ₹33 crore (US.8 million) loss reportedly incurred by distributors and exhibitors. He decided to pay them ₹10 crore (US.5 million) 'on a humanitarian basis', who demanded a full refund and had threatened a 'begging protest' in front of the actor's residence.

Main article:

The soundtrack is composed by and was released on 16 November 2014.

Marketing and release[]

had bought the film from for approximately ₹135 crore (US million), which includes theatrical and overseas rights for all languages. The satellite rights of the film were purchased by for ₹32 crore (US.7 million).

The film was released worldwide on an estimated 5500 screens.

The motion poster of the film was released on , on 29 August 2014. The first poster featured Rajinikanth walking with a temple being shown in the poster's backdrop. A teaser for the film was released on 1 November 2014. The trailer was released on 16 November 2014 at the movie's audio launch. A 40-second song teaser of "Mona Gasolina" featuring Rajinikanth and Anushka Shetty was released on 17 November 2014. A second 40-second song teaser was released on 18 November 2014 of the song "En Mannavva" featuring Rajinikanth and Sonakshi Sinha.


Critical response[]

M Suganth of gave 2.5 out of 5 and wrote, "The scale of the production, some of Santhanam's one-liners and the charisma of Rajinikanth somewhat make it bearable but they aren't enough." rated the film 2.5 out of 5 and stated, "Rajinikanth's mesmerizing energy let down by writing. But give it your time for Superstar's non-diminishing charisma." rated 3 out of 5 and felt that "Lingaa is buffoonery at its most old-school". called Lingaa "a mixed bag. The star charisma of Rajinikanth is intact but the film is long with a weak storyline that flounders with a long drawn out climax." said "Lingaa offers nothing new despite being one of Rajinikanth's better works in the recent past." rated it 3 out of 5, calling it a "Typical Rajinikanth movie" and stating "KS Ravikumar's story telling skills induces a fresh dimension to the movie. also rated it 3 out of 5, commenting "Because two Rajinikanths are always better than one".

Box office[]

Lingaa had the largest opening day for a South Indian film as it earned ₹22 crore (US.2 million) nett in India and grossed ₹33 crore (US.8 million) worldwide. The film also set records on its opening weekend; it earned ₹51.5 crore (US.5 million) nett in India and grossed ₹89 crore (US million) worldwide. After its second weekend, the film's domestic total reached ₹105 crore (US million) nett.


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