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        Sivaji (film)


        Sivaji movie download hd is a 2007 Indian Tamil-language masala film directed by S. Shankar and produced by AVM Productions. Rajinikanth and Shriya Saran play the lead roles, with Suman, Vivek and Raghuvaran playing other significant roles in the film. A. R. Rahman composed the soundtrack and background music, while Thotta Tharani and K. V. Anand were the film’s art director and cinematographer respectively.

        The film revolves around a well-established software systems architect, Sivaji, who returns home to India after finishing work in the United States. On his return, he dreams of giving back to society with free medical treatment and education. However his plans face a roadblock in the form of the influential businessman, Adiseshan. When corruption also arises, Sivaji is left with no option but to fight the system in his own way.

        The film was initially scheduled for release on 14 April 2007 (Tamil New Year), but due to post-production delays, it was released worldwide on 15 June 2007 in Tamil, and subsequently released in Telugu as a dubbed version on the same date. The film was also dubbed in Hindi, which released on 8 January 2010. The film was positively received by critics, and became a commercial success worldwide. It went on to win a National Film Award, three Filmfare Awards and two Vijay Awards.

        The film was converted into 3D and released on 12 December 2012 as Sivaji 3D. The runtime of the 3D version was shorter than the original, cut to 155 minutes, and released amidst moderate fanfare and fared positively critically and commercially. It also became the first Indian film to use Dolby Atmos surround sound technology.

        ContentsPlotSivaji, an Indian software architect, returns to India from the United States. He aims to establish a non-profit trust called Sivaji Foundation, which includes a network of hospitals and educational institutions that serve the poor free of charge. An influential businessman, Adiseshan, sees Sivaji as his competitor because he runs profit-making educational institutions and hospitals. Sivaji is forced to bribe the corrupt civil service, but eventually, the bribes demanded become so high that he has to mortgage his house and sell his car to pay them. When Sivaji goes to court, he loses the case filed against him by Adiseshan regarding the methods Sivaji had used to open his foundation as a result of bribing numerous government officials. Simultaneously, Sivaji falls in love with a girl named Tamizhselvi. However, upon asking for his horoscope, an astrologer warns that their union will result in Sivaji’s death.

        When Tamizhselvi refuses the proposal due to her concern for Sivaji, he calms her fears and convinces her to marry him.Following the loss in the court case, Tamizhselvi requests Sivaji out of fear not to come for her again. Sivaji is reduced to utter poverty.

        Realising that the methods he used are unlikely to work again, he decides to play the game his own way. Sivaji, with the help of his uncle Arivu, acquires evidence of ?2 billion worth of illegal earnings in Adiseshan’s possession and uses the documents to blackmail Adiseshan into giving him half the money. He further obtains details on people who have illegal earnings across Tamil Nadu and blackmails them to give him half of their illegal wealth. He then transfers the money to the bank accounts of his friends around the world by “hawala” forgery. They then deposit the money as donations to Sivaji Foundation, making the money usable and legitimate.Sivaji informs the Income Tax Investigation and Vigilance Department about the details of the illegal money held by the tax evaders (including Adiseshan) and gets them arrested. He reopens the foundation and soon is able to provide free, good quality education, infrastructure, services and employment to people in every district of Tamil Nadu. Led by Adiseshan, those who were blackmailed by Sivaji exploit Tamizhselvi’s innocence to silence him.

        Fearing for Sivaji’s life, she hands over Sivaji’s laptop to the CBI and Income Tax officers hired by Adiseshan with all the information regarding the illegal money transactions. With presentable evidence, Sivaji is arrested.Adiseshan and the police order Sivaji to unlock his laptop. When Sivaji refuses, Adiseshan tortures him, leaving him for dead. To cover this up, Adiseshan and the police organise for thugs to shoot at the police van that will carry Sivaji’s body, making it look like a murder by a third party. Sivaji, however, is faking; he was informed of the plans to kill him by a sympathetic police constable prior to the interrogation. Left alone in the room, he electrifies himself. Sivaji’s friend Dr. Chezhian, Tamizhselvi and Arivu intercept the police van after being informed by Sivaji through a MMS and replace Sivaji’s body with a dummy before the thugs open fire. While everyone thinks that Sivaji is dead, Chezhian revives him using a defibrillator.

        Following Sivaji’s “death”, Adiseshan and the CBI still try to open Sivaji’s laptop by trying to fool the voice-detection program; they fail and all the data in the laptop is erased.A few days later, while everyone wonders about the future of Sivaji Foundation, the revived Sivaji returns to take control of the foundation in the guise of an NRI friend, M. G. Ravichandran. Though Adiseshan immediately realises that Ravichandran is actually Sivaji, he is unable to prove this to the police due to the proof of Sivaji’s “death” and Ravichandran’s identity. Later, Sivaji confronts Adiseshan and the two fight atop the terrace of Adiseshan’s medical college.

        During the fight, Adiseshan inadvertently strikes the campus’s terrace roof causing money hidden in it to fly around the campus. The students spot the money and go after it, causing a stampede in which Adiseshan is killed. Sivaji Foundation soon becomes a frontier for India’s economic and industrial rise.


        Rajinikanth as Sivaji (M. G. Ravichandran)

        Shriya Saran as TamizhselviVivek as ArivuSuman as AdiseshanManivannan as AarumugamVadivukkarasi as Mrs. AarumugamCochin Haneefa as A. KuzhandhaivelSolomon Pappayya as ThondaimanPattimandram Raja as RamalingamShanmugarajan as the Police Inspector who supports AdiseshanPyramid Natarajan as Arivu’s lawyerM. S. Bhaskar as PazhanisamyLivingston as the Police inspector who has confrontations with SivajiUma Padmanabhan as Mrs. Jyothi RamalingamBose Venkat as VeluVasu Vikram as an MLAMahadevan as the astrologer whom Tamizhselvi consults regarding her marriageRaghuvaran as Dr. ChezhianNayantara in a cameo appearance in the song “Baleilakka”Ilavarasu in a cameo appearanceKanal Kannan in a cameo appearanceMayilsamy in a cameo appearanceA. C. Murali Mohan as a Doctor who provides treatment to KuzhandhaivelChinni Jayanth in a cameo appearanceDhamu in a cameo appearanceSwaminathan as a customer who asks for a KanjiraS. Shankar in a cameo appearance in the song “Baleilakka”K. V. Anand in a cameo appearance in the song “Baleilakka”Thota Tharani in a cameo appearance in the song “Baleilakka”

        Cast and crew

        In October 2005, Shankar and Rajinikanth announced that actress Shriya Saran would play the female lead role. Saran’s voice was dubbed by actress Kanika, who was selected after a successful voice test, thereby collaborating for the second time with Shankar. Actor Vivek was signed up for the role of Sivaji’s maternal uncle, Arivu, in November 2005. Actress Sunaina made her acting debut through this film in a special appearance; the scene however was later removed from the final cut. Nayantara, who had earlier worked with Rajinikanth in Chandramukhi, was signed up to perform alongside Rajinikanth in the song “Baleilakka”.Suman was confirmed in March 2006 to play the role of Adiseshan after Amitabh Bachchan, Prakash Raj and Mohanlal were considered. Sathyaraj said he declined the role because, “After a film of the calibre of Mr. Bharath with Rajnikanth, I couldn’t settle for anything less. So I didn’t accept Sivaji.” For his role, Suman removed his moustache and used dentures to make his smile visible. Shankar instructed one of the costume designers to give the character a spotless white dhoti, shirt, shoes, a Rolex watch and Ray-Ban sunglasses. Prior to this, Suman had acted with Rajinikanth in Thee (1981). Subbu Panchu Arunachalam, son of filmmaker Panchu Arunachalam, dubbed for Suman. Debate speakers Solomon Pappaiah and Pattimandram Raja were selected to play supporting roles making their cinematic acting debut. Vadivukkarasi and Manivannan were selected to play Sivaji’s parents. Raghuvaran appeared in a small role as Dr. Chezhian.

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