Deiva Thirumagal – Disaster at Box Office

(Dedicated to Thieving Swine Vikram’s Scumbag Fans)

Rotten Stolen Trash Deiva Thirumagal featuring Thirutu Nai Vikram has fared miserably at the box office.

The U.K. Box Office that is.

It was way below Vikram’s earlier movies Kanthaswamy and Bheema.

Hey, it is worse than even Karthi’s Siruthai, Jeeva’s Ko and Vishal’s Avan Ivan.

For the opening weekend July 15-17, Deiva Thirumagal had a total gross of just £24,924 and average gross of £2,266 per theater.

Deiva Thirumagal is a horrible copy of the Hollywood film I Am Sam starring Sean Penn and Michelle Pfeiffer)

Take a look at the below table to see Deiva Thirumagan‘s miserable performance at the UK Box Office:

Deiva Thirumagal Box Office ReportRelated Stories:
Deiva Thirumagal Review – Rotten Stolen Trash

29 Responses to "Deiva Thirumagal – Disaster at Box Office"

  1. umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 10:52 am

    (Deleted for Trash Talk & Deliberately Providing False News) Responds:

    Your numbers are rubbish.

    See IndiaFM (our source for above post) and UK Film Council.

    • umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 11:25 am

      chk out [Trash Talk] Responds:

      The link you provide above is not working. Check again and post the correct link.

      Isn’t it said that Podi-Pasanga like Jeeva (Ko), Karthi (Siruthai), Vishal/Arya (Avan Ivan) are doing better than that thiruttu LaKaBa Vikram at the box office?

      Deiva Thirumagan is a disaster.

      Look at the above numbers one more time.

      • umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 11:26 am

        [Trash Talk] Responds:

        The Box Office numbers provided by IndiaFM and UK Film Council are more or less the same.

        We think Deiva Thirumagan is one of the biggest disasters in Vikram’s career.

        Rombha asingam, kevalum (mighty shame)!

        • umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 11:39 am

          i think u guys are not in this world itself.

          the movie has already been accepted all sections of audiences.

          hello wake up guys.


          You write: the movie has already been accepted all sections of audiences.

          Wrong. The numbers don’t support your wishful thinking.

          UK Tamils have shown the middle finger to Thiruttu LaKaBa Vikram’s Deiva Thirumagal.

          We won’t be surprised if audiences elsewhere have done likewise.

          • Filmlover   July 25, 2011 at 12:55 am

            Dear SI,

            For the past two days, i have problem in going in to your review of Deiva Thirumagal. Is there any problem?



            Hello Sweetie,

            1. Surprised to hear that because it’s been loading fast here (i.e. U.S. East Coast).

            To make it easy for you, we’ve just added Deiva Thirumagal Review on Home Page of SI in Right-Hand Column under SearchIndia Movie Reviews.

            You can’t miss it because it’s the first link under Movie Reviews in the Right-Hand column.

            2. We’ve also pushed up Deiva Thirumagal Review to the first post on Home Page of SI (for at least a few hours).

            So, it’s impossible to miss it now.

            Hope all of the above actions help in easy access to Deiva Thirumagal Review.

          • Filmlover   July 25, 2011 at 2:57 am

            Thanks, now it works.

    • umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 11:32 am

      Why did u delete that comment.
      Unmaya sonna kasakuthaa?

      Chk out they have provided correct collection report.

      anyway the movie is a big hit at the box office. so pls dont try to discourage a good movie Responds:

      You f*cking moron, we’ve already told you once.

      Your link is not working.

      In future, you must check the links before posting. 🙁

      • umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 11:33 am

        sorry, its Responds:

        1. The numbers in Indian Rupees in your link are wrong and you are just trying to dupe people. Or maybe, they made a mistake in converting Pounds to Rupees.

        2. Further, your link is not as credible for the Box numbers as UK Film Council and IndiaFM.

        We are providing below the numbers in Pound Sterling as well as Indian Rupees with the Bloomberg conversion rate of Rs 72.53 to a Pound.

        Deiva Thirumagal – Box Office Disaster

        UK Film Council: £25,158, i.e. Rs 18.247 Lakh—17-July

        IndiaFM: £ 24,302, i.e. Rs 17.626 Lakh

        1 pound= Rs 72.53 (Bloomberg)

        3. The above numbers clearly prove Deiva Thirumagan is a box office disaster for Vikram.

        Even kids like Vishal/Arya, Jeeva and Karthi are doing better at the box office compared to this Thiruttu LaKaBa Vikram.

  2. umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 10:57 am

    Deiva Thirumagal already declared as a grand success. so dont try to have any hope of making it a flop.

    The movie is running to packed houses in tamilnadu, andhra, bangalore, mumbai.
    It has collected very well in u.s.a

    Vikram rockz.

    Vijay , ajith and surya sucks.

    These three fuckers cant even pluck a single hair of vikram Responds:

    You write: These three fuckers cant even pluck a single hair of vikram

    If the other three can fuck, you mean to say that Thiruttu LaKaBa Vikram only gets fucked? 😉

  3. umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 10:59 am

    If you did not encourage a good movie, shut ur mouth. dont try to discourage a good movie.

    Vijay, ajith and surya fit for giving only sappa movies and useless idiots Responds:

    Get back to whichever cage you escaped from.

    Your Vikram is a Thiruttu LaKaBa.

    • boopalanj   July 21, 2011 at 2:43 pm

      Vijay, ajith, surya and vikram – all are equally moronic. 🙂 Responds:


      But the incredible part is that these 4 morons together have 40 million fans. 🙁

    • Filmlover   July 25, 2011 at 1:01 am

      Dear Umesh Bala,

      You have to get facts right. You may think that this film is good movie but the thing is the whole film is shamelessly copied from Hollywood film “I am Sam” and they didn’t have heart to give credit to the original.

      SI reviewer has given complete details of frame to frame lifts.

      That clearly shows that how smartly this director Vijay has fooled us. At least, in an interview, he should have accepted that he has taken the plot from “I am Sam” but he didn’t.

      Yes, of course, we should encourage good cinema but not like this. That’s why i straightaway avoided in watching this garbage Tamil movie “Deivathirumagal”.

      The most pathetic thing is fans like you do cheer and encourage these kind of copycats. This makes one thing for sure that our Indian cinema will never grow. Responds:

      You write: That’s why i straightaway avoided in watching this garbage Tamil movie “Deivathirumagal”.


      We wish there were more Indian movie fans like you to teach thieves like Vijay & Vikram a lesson.

      • Filmlover   July 25, 2011 at 3:16 am

        Last night, i had a conversation with my neighbour

        Neighbour: whether Deivathirumagal is copied or not, we all should see whether the director has handled the subject properly and it should look good.

        Me: Then i support CORRUPTION in India. If you people support plagiarism, i will support corruption because i should care about my family and see to it whether my work has been done with priority. So, naturally, i should not care about my country’s development and corrupt a person. Will you agree?.

        Neighbour: That is different.

        Me: How can you say that? Both are equally guilty. If you encourage these kind of bastards, they will prosper and become even more lazy. One day if we look back at our Indian cinema, you will see more copied works than original works. If you encourage, these bastards gets money, fame and name, without putting their genuine effort. I really disregard the Indian cinema totally. You should do the same.

        Neighbour: I really don’t care. I want to be entertained, that’s all. I loved Deiva Thirumagal even though its copied from I am Sam.

        Hmmm…. from this conversation, i understood one thing that, you can’t blame film makers alone in this plagiarism issue, but audiences are also responsible for making more thieves in our film industry. In fact, not only my neighbor, many people in my city considers this movie as recent best tamil movie. If audience change themselves, then film makers have no option to change themselves. Will this happen? Responds:

        It’s unlikely that much will change in Indian cinema any time soon.

        Just to remind our readers, Deiva Thirumagal is a trashy piece of stolen shit.

  4. umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 11:52 am

    thats why no one is commenting to the news posted by you. because everyone knows that these type of blogs are fit for nothing and meant only for providing fake news. Responds:

    You write: no one is commenting to the news posted by you. because everyone knows that these type of blogs are fit for nothing

    Well, everyone except you.

    You’ve already posted nine comments on this post!

    So if you’re posting nine comments on a blog post that everyone considers worthless (by your reckoning), you are either a blithering idiot and/or trying to provide false information regarding the Deiva Thirumagal box office disaster.

    • rama dasa   July 21, 2011 at 1:22 pm

      id like to see vikram do this!

      wish hollywood dances were this good(if we only HAD hollywood dances in our movies,i think iv only seen a couple in this lifetime…) Responds:

      Look at the stealing swine Vikram in Anniyan

      • rama dasa   July 21, 2011 at 1:44 pm

        WHIP IT GOOD!

      • dpak.shimpo   July 23, 2011 at 11:22 pm

        was that copied from some where? why did u post that link? Responds:

        1. Don’t think it was copied.

        Rama Dasa sometimes hijacks the topic to unrelated subjects.

        The above link was our way to bring back the subject to Vikram.

        2. By the way, on July 16, 2011 at 11:07 pm, you wrote:

        But, I feel you may have over looked the music because, the fact that the plot of the movie is a direct lift from “I am Sam” pissed you off.

        I felt the BGM and RR were good, the theme music personally appealed to me very much and I felt it to be very haunting music.

        Saw the picturisation of the first song “Varudhe enakku paappa” – It was picturised well and the camera work showed the hills in good light. The camera man Nirav shah is one of the best in business.

        Thirutta LaKaBa Vikram and his cronies have stolen your ‘Varudhe enakku paappa’ too

        Folks, here’s Walt Disney’s Robin Hood – Whistle Stop

        Here’s the stolen version:

        Any doubts?

        Credit: SI blog reader Filmlover

        • rama dasa   July 24, 2011 at 9:39 am

          i wasnt nessesarily changing the subject,I was comparing vijay and vikram,whose fan (umesh) apparently was bashing SI’s review and vikram’s (In)competence as an actor and was trying to prove that he(vikram) was a pigmy compared to vijay.


          Are you aware that there are two Vijays? Vijay, the actor and Vijay, the director (of Deiva Thirumagal).

          • rama dasa   July 24, 2011 at 2:21 pm

            no i wasnt,thanks for the heads up

    • umesh bala   July 21, 2011 at 9:48 pm

      so what even if ur collection report is correct, although it is fake one. the movie is declared as a super hit in Indian Box office and and it is also doing very well in U.S.A. Chk out some trusted websites like sify, indiaglitz. instead of posting the collection report taken from a stupid website.

      This shows that people residing in U.K. are not fit to watch good movies and encourage only movies which r not having any logic. Responds:

      1. You write: so what even if ur collection report is correct, although it is fake one.

      The next time you get the itch to type such a stupid line (above), take a knife to your fingers.

      Here’s how you do it –

      2. You write: This shows that people residing in U.K. are not fit to watch good movies and encourage only movies which r not having any logic.

      You, a vociferous supporter of stolen shit aka Deiva Thirumagan (Hollywood original, I am Sam), you are telling us ‘that people residing in U.K. are not fit to watch good movies.’

      These are indeed dark days for humanity.

      Any more Trash Talk from you will only mean your expulsion, comprende?

  5. boopalanj   July 21, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    watch “singham” hindi movie trailer. (yes, the remake of tamil singam by surya.)

    Especially, towards the last, where he gets out of a rolling car and shoots at the following one.

    It’s a copy (well, inspired in Indian terms), from RED by Bruce willis.

    I prefer the latter to the former. Responds:

    Hey, when Thiruttu LaKaBa like Vikram can copy a whole movie what’s the big deal in lifting one scene from Red in Ajay Devgn’s Hindi film Singham.

    Of course, Ajay Devgn is a thief.

    Ajay’s Hum Kisise Kum Nahin (Analyze This) and U, Me aur Hum (Notebook) are stolen shit.

  6. boopalanj   July 21, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    what’s LaKaBa? Responds:

    That is Thiruttu Nai Vikram’s birth name – Lavada Ke Baal.

  7. abhi220   July 21, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    Have you ever shown a white flag to anyone? :D.. Responds:

    No, although occasionally we declare a truce.

    Then we refill our canons with gunpowder, feed our horses, sharpen our swords, gird our loins and charge again.

    Until our enemies’ castles echo with the loud wails of widows!

    Just kidding. 😉

    • முனிAndy   July 21, 2011 at 5:38 pm

      Guinness working well. Responds:


      • முனிAndy   July 21, 2011 at 8:22 pm

        I thought you were hallucinating about horses, guns, swords and loins after the Guinnesses..
        That’s a bollywood routine from last night’s SYTYCD.. most graceless bollywood routine I have ever seen on this show… Rightly, that girl is about to be booted out..

        Usually the bollywood routines rock. These two probably channeled the therukkooththu dancers.. and their garish dresses didn’t help. Responds:

        1. You write: I thought you were hallucinating about horses, guns, swords and loins after the Guinnesses..

        No, merely the after-effects of watching Manmathan (Simbhu).

        If Manmathan is Simbhu’s claim to fame, we shudder to think of his lesser-known films. What a ghastly nightmare! Netflix has it.

        2. You write: That’s a bollywood routine from last night’s SYTYCD..

        We believe in evolution now.

        But kinda funny. 😉

    • vjcool   July 25, 2011 at 1:14 am

      abhi220: Have you ever shown a white flag to anyone?

      These kind of comments are reason why I want a like button a la Facebook.. plz Responds:

      Will definitely look into the ‘Like Button.’ Surely, WordPress must have something for it.

      BTW, got your Italian movie Life Is Beautiful yesterday.

      Haven’t had the chance to watch it yet.

      • vjcool   July 25, 2011 at 12:49 pm

        beautiful movie

  8. senra90   September 19, 2011 at 12:14 am

    [Deleted because entire comment was in Tamil]

    Note: SI is not a Tamil-language blog. An occasional Tamil word (with translation in parenthesis) is fine but the entire comment must not be in Tamil.

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