Thambikku Indha Ooru (Tamil: தம்பிக்கு இந்த ஊரு; English: This town for my brother) is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language film directed by Badri. It stars Bharath, Sana Khan, Prabhu, Vivek and Madalsa Sharma in the lead roles. The film was released on 5 March 2010 to negative reviews and was declared a box office bomb.
Akil (Bharath) is a rich youth who runs a restaurant along with his buddy Cola Kumar (Vivek) in Singapore. As it happens, his dad (Nizhalgal Ravi) gets the shock of his life when Akil refuses to marry Priya (Madalasa).
Akil goes against his father's wish as he is desperate behind Divya (Sana Khan). Divya is a squash champion (seemingly inspired by ace tennis star Sania Mirza). Annoyed at Akil's denial, Priya's father spells out the truth that Akil was an orphan.
Shocked at the developments, Akil decides to embark on a journey and find out his biological parents, whom he comes to know stay in Chengalpet.
On his trip to homeland, he starts to encounter problems in the form of Divya's dad who is against their affair. He feels that her daughter as a popular sports woman could earn more through endorsing various brands. Enters Kumaraswamy (Prabhu), who plays a crucial part in the whole story.
Kumaraswamy has a long held gurdge against Akil's father and decides to use Akil to lure his father back to India. The film reaches its climax when Akil finds out from Thangamani that he is not his father but Kumaraswamy is. Akil adamant not to tell Kumaraswamy until his adoptive father Rajashekar is proven innocent.
In the ending scenes Thirumalai admits his wrongdoings unconsciensly on the phone to Kumaraswam in which way he finds out that Akil is Kumaraswamy's son. After an ensueing fight all ends well.Bharath as Akilan
Sana Khan as Divya
Prabhu as Kumaraswamy
Madalsa Sharma as Priya
Vivek as 'Cola' Kumar
Ranjith as Thirumalai
Saranya Ponvannan as Kumaraswamy's wife
Nizhalgal Ravi as Rajsekhar
M. S. Bhaskar
The soundtrack was scored by Dharan and features six songs. The lyrics were penned by Kapilan and Raajkumar. It was released on 19 January 2010 by Think Music. The soundtrack has received mixed critical reception and was only a moderate success.
It got mixed to negative reviews but was an average grosser at box office.