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Bigil (transl. Whistle) is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language sports action film written and directed by Atlee Kumar and produced by Kalpathi S. Aghoram under the banner AGS Entertainment. The film stars Vijay in dual lead roles as father and son alongside Nayanthara and Jackie Shroff in other prominent roles. The film has music composed by A. R. Rahman. The film’s title, Bigil was announced on 22 June 2019.
The film follows Michael, a don and a former footballer who decides to coach a women’s football team when their coach gets attacked. Michael faces challenges when his team doesn’t cooperate with him due to his violent background and also finds himself hunted by some rivals who want revenge.
Released theatrically on 25 October 2019, Bigil is the first Tamil film to be screened in limited IMAX screens. It is also the first Tamil film to be screened in Egypt and Jordan. The film emerged as the top-grossing Tamil film of 2019 with an estimated ₹285–300 crore worldwide, overtaking Rajnikanth’s Petta. The film also overtook Saaho and Housefull 4 in overseas territories. Bigil is the topmost earned Tamil film of all-time in France and United Kingdom. It debuted at third position at the Malaysian box office in the opening weekend and also performed well in Sri Lanka.
Vijay in dual roles as Michael “Bigil” Rayappan, and as his own father, Rayappan
Nayanthara as Angel Aasirvatham
Jackie Shroff as J. K. Sharma
Vivek as Nessi
Kathir as Kathir
Daniel Balaji as Daniel
Anandaraj as Anand
Yogi Babu as Donald
Arjan Bajwa as Samar
Indhuja Ravichandran as Vembu
Amritha Aiyer as Thendral, the football team captain
Reba Monica John as Anitha
Varsha Bollamma as Gayathri Sudharshan
Indraja Shankar as Pandiyamma
Gayathri Reddy as Mari
Aadhirai Soundarajan as Minnoli
Kanimozhi as Kanimozhi
Shobana as Shobana
Devadarshini as Elizabeth
I. M. Vijayan as Alex
Rohini as Anitha’s mother
G. Gnanasambandam as Aasirvatham, Angel’s father
Rama as Mrs. Aasirvatham, Angel’s mother
Sai Dheena as Dheena
Manobala as Angel’s professor
Soundararaja as Guna
Abi Saravanan as John
Prajuna Sarah as Mary, Elizabeth’s daughter
T. M. Karthik as Sharma’s assistant
George Maryan as the church father
Matthew Varghese as a police inspector
Sahithya Jagannathan as a commentator
Anish Kuruvilla as a Delhi police inspector
RJ Ananthi as a commentator