Die Hard Tamil Dubbed TamilRockers is an American action thriller film in 1988, directed by John McTiernan and written by Steven E. de Souza and Jeb Stuart, based on Roderick Thorp’s 1979 novel Nothing Lasts Forever. It was produced by the Gordon Company and Silver Pictures, and distributed by 20th Century Fox.
Die Hard IMDb Rating : 8.2
The film pulled New York police officer John McClane (Bruce Willis) out of the office and arrested in a skyscraper in Los Angeles during a robbery led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman).
Die Hard Movie Story Line
Christmas is organizing a staff party in Los Angeles and on the 30th floor of the Nakatomi Corporation building. The imbalance ends with violence because party visitors held hostage by a terrorist group led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), who wants to steal $ 600 million from the high-tech Nakatomi vault.
Gruber interrogates Joseph Takagi, Chief Executive of Nakatomi, about the detention code of the building and announces his intention to steal $ 640 million worth of transportation connections involved in terrorism. Takagi refused to cooperate and killed by Gruber. McClane watched quietly, but involuntarily dropped and ran away.
The success of this film is the birth of the Die Hard series, which includes four films, a series of video games and comics. In 2017, he selected to recorded in the United States, National Film Records.
Die Hard Tamil Dubbed
McClane (except the heights) never ignored the instructions of the authorities around the building and took the criminals with weapons and lots of Chutzpas. Until the arrival of Die Hard, Bruce Willis was the only one who could solve the Moonlighting problem. Willis became one of Hollywood’s best-paid and most wanted men after the film’s revenues began to rise.
Under construction, Die Hard Willis, a NYC police officer who came to Los Angeles with his separate wife, played by Bonnie Bedelia for a Christmas visit. The film, with a budget of more than $ 25 million, inadvertently concealed in an office building taken over by terrorists.
In 1988, “Die Hard” fought Willis, New York police John McClane, terrorists in the Los Angeles skyscraper, the largest fireball magazine in Hollywood. The main theme of Beethoven’s ninth slot symphony emphasized throughout the film by Michael Kamen.