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Starring: Shaam, Meenakshi
Direction: Thirumalai
Music: Sundar C. Babu
Production: Madurai GK Films, M Gopalakrishnan
Agam Puram an outright action film with Shaam and Meenakshi playing the lead is directed by Thirumalai. Hero Shaam has worked for a complete changeover to break the romantic image hovering around him in Tamil cinema. Meenakshi, the glamour queen in Perumal and Rajadi Raja, whose launch pad was Karuppusamy Kuthagaidaarar shares the lead with Shaam.
  Agam Puram

Actor Shaam himself has produced the film, to be simultaneously released in Telugu as Gang War. Shaam is an honest man but grows to be an industrialist involved in illegal activities after something bitter strikes him in his life. He is projected in three types of roles well feeding his acting prowess, an honest young man unhappy with the society; then someone who takes to drinking irked by the society’s recklessness and finally an industrialist dealing in illegal business.

Based on a real life incident, this movie, according to the director, is sure to project Shaam in a totally different manner. The crew carries a frightening experience of being trapped on the high seas for three hours after their cruise boat had an engine failure off Malaysia. Director Thirumalai had earlier directed Karan in Thee Nagar. Nadodigal fame Sundar. C. Babu has scored music and his efforts have not gone in vain. Some numbers seem to be doing a moderately good round.

Shaam is set to break the soft romantic hero image about him and illustrate a new style or type. When it hits the screen on 10 Dec 2010, it will be known if the team’s persistence and Shaam’s dream of a new typecast will create the real magic intended to, achieved by crossing all rocky terrains from the launch to its release.
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