Thalaivaa English Leader is a 2013 Indian Tamil action film written and directed by A. L. Vijay. It features Vijay and Amala Paul in the lead roles, Abhimanyu Singh as main antagonist, as well as Sathyaraj and Santhanam in supporting roles. The film, produced by Chandraprakash Jain, features background score and soundtrack composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar with cinematography and editing handled by Nirav Shah and Anthony respectively. The story revolves around an dancer who is forced to take over his fathers duty as a gangster after his death.

Vishwa Vijay is a dancer who lives in Sydney, Australia. He also manages a water distribution business there with his childhood friend Logu Santhanam and his dance team members. He is the son of Ramadorai Sathyaraj, a Mumbaibased don who fights for the rights of the Tamilspeaking migrants in the city. Ramadorai had sent Vishwa away to Australia when he was a child for his safety and although they are in regular contact, he lies to Vishwa that he is a businessman.Vishwa falls in love with Meera Amala Paul, the daughter of a restaurateur Suresh who is one of his customers. Meera reciprocates Vishwas love and joins his dance team, helping them to win a dance competition. She soon proposes marriage to Vishwa, who agrees. Meeras father too agrees to the marriage, but he wants to discuss the matter formally with Ramadorai. They leave for Mumbai, where Vishwa finds out about Ramadorais true identity and that he is currently in hiding due to several false cases registered against him by another don Bhima Bhai Abhimanyu Singh, the archenemy of Ramadorai. Vishwa also finds out that Meera and her father are CBI officers who lured him to Mumbai so that they could locate and arrest Ramadorai. Ramadorai is arrested, but just after entering the police van, a bomb planted by Bhima in the van explodes, killing Ramadorai. Vishwa is distraught over his fathers death and after a few more events, including being arrested and brutally beaten up by a corrupt police officer who works for Bhima, he decides to stay back in Mumbai and take over his fathers crime syndicate. He dons the title of Thalaivaa and provides his own brand of justice for the helpless and downtrodden. ........

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