A convict on death row escapes from prison and accidentally ends up with a retired veteran who is called upon by the authorities to teach the process of hanging a convict to the new staff.
Siva is a new student in the community college. He is welcomed by a group of collegians, including the lovely Asha, to whom Shiva is instantly attracted. Shiva notices that there is violence within the college, perpetrated by people who are not even students. When he decides to find out their motives, he is met with violence, and threats. Now Shiva must decide to stand up for his college, or just carry on studying, finish college, and move on and get to on job.
The film begins with Rajinikanth and Raghuvaran as kids, they are close friends like their fathers, in spite of their religious differences, one being Hindu and other Christian. A villain kills their families except Rajinikanth, Raghuvaran and Raghuvaran's mother, but Raghuvaran does not knows that Rajinikanth and his mother were alive and vice versa. 20 years later, Rajinikanth falls in love with Shobana and marries her. Raghuvaran is a hired goon who will do only good deeds. Raghuvaran is hired by the same villain to kill Rajinikanth and during the fight both get injured and finally they come to know that they are childhood friends. Eventually, both of them unite and fight the bad guy who killed their family.
Dr. Siva (Tamil: டாக்டர் சிவா) is a 1975 Indian Tamil film, directed and produced by A. C. Tirulokchandar. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Manjula, V. K. Ramasamy and Major Sundarrajan in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.
The movie is about the Blossom of love, fun and lots more between the characters Siva and Sakthi. The 1st half shows the blossom of love in the mind of Siva while we find a new turn during the second half where Sakthi reciprocates it.
Naan Thaan Siva is an upcoming Tamil thriller film directed by R. Panneerselvam and produced by Thirupathi Brothers. The film features newcomer Vinod and Ashrita Shetty in the leading roles, while Prashant Narayanan portrays the antagonist. The film began production in September 2013
Siva, Rama and Raju are brothers who dote on their sister, Swathy. She is married off to a rich, neighbouring family. But, the head of that family is a vengeful man looking to settle past scores.
In a small apartment located in the concrete blocks of modern Belgrade, two artists are going through the personal creativity crisis in the time of global crisis. Minutes after being intimate, they reveal, through a causal talk, all the waste of their lives, as well as of the fictive lives they create.
Sivakasi (Vijay) is man with a golden heart. A do-gooder, who dotes on his mother and sister. The theme revolves round the sacrifices he is called upon to make the mother and sister happy. He leaves his home at the age of eight due to some fall out with his father caused by his elder brother. After many years, he decides to return to his hometown after being forced to by Hema (Asin), his girlfriend. When he arrives to his hometown, he finds out about the sinister doings of this brother Udhayappa (Prakash Raj) to his mother (Geetha) and his sister (Lakshana). He decides to stay and help his mother and sister regain their life. Till then, he will not reveal his identity. If falling in love with Asin and the associated comedy is hot in the first half, plotting to unseat his brother Prakash Raj and emoting with the status of his sister Lakshana and mother Geeta, are incredibly in the second half. Come have a blast!
Establishing a bleak village in Eastern Turkey as its setting, Sivas features the story of Aslan, an eleven-year-old boy, and Sivas, a weathered fighting dog who develop a strong relationship after Aslan finds Sivas wounded in a ditch, left to die.
Shiva, a lonely designer gets obsessed with an image from a random encounter. Caught in a web of imaginary delusions, he awaits release by an arrival, from somewhere
Marc Zuber Antony alias Tony (Mahesh Anand), an international smuggler, ended up in an isolated island after killing some navy officers. He decided to hide his merchandises there and he threatened the inhabitants of the island. In the process, Tony killed the island's school teacher (Girish Karnad) in front of his wife, his son Siva and his daughter Priya. Many years later, Siva (Sathyaraj) becomes rich in the city and lives with his sister Priya (Rambha) and his mother (Sujatha). Siva is haunted by his father's murder and he tries to take revenge with the help of his friend Anbu (Nizhalgal Ravi).
Sivaranjiniyum Innum Sila Pengalum (English: Sivaranjini and a few more women) is an upcoming Indian Tamil anthology film directed by Vasanth. The film contains three female-centric short stories written by writers Jeyamohan, S. Ramakrishnan and Ashoka Mithran. The film features Padmapriya, Parvathy and Pooja Kumar in the lead roles, while Karunakaran plays a supporting role. Featuring music composed by Sudha Raghunathan, the film began production in early 2015.
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Corrupt police and politicians target a computer engineer for trying to better the lives of less privileged citizens.
Kuttan PIllai has decided to spend his Sivarathri (night of the Lord Shiva) with some good time with his family, only to be hampered by the news that some guests will be arriving that day.
Fleeing an arranged marriage to a man she doesn't love, In-hee meets Gi-hyun, an aspiring musician whose most prized possession is his late father's saxophone. In-hee and Gi-hyun cross paths over the years and slowly fall in love. In-hee ends up in the radio business working for Young-jin, a Korean national who supports the Japanese government in its occupation of Korea. As Gi-hyun s musical career begins to take off, he discovers that Young-jin is the same man who murdered his father many years before. As the tension builds, Gi-hyun is suspiciously sent to work hard labor at a coal mine in Japan. Upon the Japanese defeat in World War II, Gi-hyun returns home, full of revenge, to find his life turned upside down.