Top 10 History Tamil Movies To Watch

Top 10 History Tamil Movies To Watch Tamil Article

Besides how many films the Tamil industry has been producing here are some of the best top 10 picks of the Tamil movies which are based on history and are worth a watch.

1. Kochadaiiyaan

Two kingdoms are at war, and a young general uses cunning and bravery to give his country the upper hand. But he also wants to overthrow his king to exact revenge for the passing of his father.


2. Urumi

The historical drama Urumi will be set in the fifteenth century. The focus of this film is a young man who intends to murder Vasco Da Gama in the fifteenth century. In the film, Prithviraj and Genelia are the main characters. The Portuguese princess is portrayed by Genelia, while Vasco Da Gama's assassination is planned by Prithviraj. In this movie, actor Arya will play a cameo role.

3. RRR

S. S. Rajamouli of Baahubali fame is the director of the multilingual Indian period action drama film RRR, titled Raththam Ranam Rowthiram. Apart from Samuthirakani, Ray Stevenson Ray was born to a mother from Ireland and father f >> Read More... Ray Stevenson , and Alison Doody, the celebrity cast also includes, Ram Charan Ram Charan is a famous Tollywood actor and an entr >> Read More... Ram Charan , Jr. NTR, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt Alia Bhatt is a trendsetting actress from Mumbai, >> Read More... Alia Bhatt , and Olivia Morris Olivia Morris is a British actress, theater artist >> Read More... Olivia Morris . The film is directed by A. Sreekar Prasad, with cinematography by K. K. Senthil Kumar, and music composed by M. M. Keeravani. It is produced by D. V. V. Danayya of DVV Entertainments. The fictional story of Alluri Sitarama Raju (Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Rama Rao), two Indian revolutionaries who battled against the British Raj and the Nizam of Hyderabad, respectively, is told in the film RRR.


4. Aravaan

The narrative of an average man with a unique skill is told in the 18th-century Tamil Nadu setting of Aravaan. Following the commercial and critical success of "Angadi Theru," filmmaker Vasanthabalan is beginning production on his next movie, starring Aadhi.


5. Hey Ram Click to look into! >> Read More... Hey Ram

The Hey Ram movie opens with Saket Ram (Kamal Hassan), a South Indian Brahmin who is 89 years old and nearing death. The scene shifts back in time as Saket recalls the 1940s, when he and his close friend, Mortimer Wheeler, were working as archaeologists at Mohenjo-Daro (Indus Valley Civilization) in Karachi. The English and Indians get along well, and Saket and Amjad disapprove of the creation of Pakistan and Partition.


6. Suryaputra Mahavir Karna

R. S. Vimal is the writer and director of the upcoming Indian historical action movie Suryaputra Mahavir Karna. The movie is based on the Mahabharata character Karna from India. Along with Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada dubbing languages, the movie would be produced concurrently in Tamil and Hindi.


7. Rana

Rajinikanth will star in K. S. Ravikumar's next historical action thriller Rana, which is set to be shot in Tamil. Rajini portrays three characters of varying ages, and Deepika Padukone has been cast as the youthful Rajini's romantic interest. The lead villain will be Sonu Sood Sonu Sood is a famous Indian Cinema actor, model w >> Read More... Sonu Sood .


8. Karnan

Story of the main character in the Mahabharata, who overcomes all odds to become the greatest warrior to have ever been born in human history and triumphs in the battle of Kurukshetra.


9. Tenaliraman

Tenaliraman, formerly known as Jagajala Pujabala Tenaliraman, is a satirical comedy movie that Yuvaraj Dhayalan Yuvaraj Dhayalan is an Indian filmmaker. He was bo >> Read More... Yuvaraj Dhayalan directed in 2014. In this movie, Vadivelu plays two parts as the lead. A brilliant man named Tenaliraman (Vadivelu) is leading a rebellion against Maamannar (Vadivelu), the King, who has little time for his subjects and is in the hands of his dishonest ministers. The 52-child monarch, who has 36 wives, regards his nine ministers as the "nine jewels" of his court. Tenaliraman quickly gains entry into the court after charming the monarch with his array of skills, which include singing, dancing, wit, and a wonderful sense of humor.

10. Paradesi

Before India gained its independence in the 1940s, a depiction of the life of impoverished, carefree villagers who were persuaded to work on tea plantation estates shows how they were eventually made to live out the remainder of their days as slaves without any possibility of liberation. Several locals are persuaded to work on a tea plantation operated by British officers. They have no idea that there is no hope of returning home.