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Sivaji

Sivaji

Sivaji


Sivaji (Tamil: சிவாஜி) is a 2007 Tamil film, which was directed by S. Shankar and produced by AVM Productions. While Rajinikanth and Shriya Saran essayed the lead roles, Suman, Vivek and Raghuvaran play other significant roles in the film. A.R. Rahman composed the film's soundtrack and background music, while Thotta Tharani and K. V. Anand were the creative art director and cinematographer respectively. The movie revolves around a well-established Software System Architect, who returns back home in India. Read more on Last.fm
Sivaji (Tamil: சிவாஜி) is a 2007 Tamil film, which was directed by S. Shankar and produced by AVM Productions. While Rajinikanth and Shriya Saran essayed the lead roles, Suman, Vivek and Raghuvaran play other significant roles in the film. A.R.

Rahman composed the film's soundtrack and background music, while Thotta Tharani and K. V. Anand were the creative art director and cinematographer respectively. The movie revolves around a well-established Software System Architect, who returns back home in India. After his return, he begins implementing his dream of giving back to the society with free medical treatment and education.

His dreams face a roadblock in the form of a highly affluent and influential businessman. When corruption also raises its ugly face, he is left with no option, but to retaliate the system in his own way. After post-production delays,it was not only released world-wide on June 15, 2007 in Tamil language, but also in Telugu as a dubbing version on the same date. The film, which released in many theaters worldwide,was set to be dubbed in Hindi and the release planned later that year.The industry estimates for the movie, which was the most expensive Indian film at the time of its release,ranged from Rs. 60 to 96 croresinclusive of Rajinikanth's salary of Rs.

20 crores.The film, which was Rajinikanth's 100th Tamil film, opened to a good box-office reception across the globe despite a few controversies. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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