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Movie Review

Sivappu Sooriyan (1983)

Sivappu Sooriyan (transl. Red Sun) is a 1983 Indian Tamil-language action film directed by Muktha Srinivasan, starring Rajinikanth, Radha and Saritha. The movie opened to lacklustre reviews and was a moderate success the box office and ran 100 days.

Plot

Vijay (Rajinikanth), a merchant navy officer, comes home on leave to meet his sister Selvi (Saritha) and her husband Vishwanthan (Delhi Ganesh) but finds them missing. In his search for them, he bumps into Chitra (Radha) who falls in love with him. With Chitra's help, Vijay is able to find Selvi, but is shocked when he learns that her husband has vanished and she has stopped speaking. Unable to make Selvi speak but determined to resolve her troubles, Vijay with the help of his friend Vidyasagar (Y. G. Mahendran) discovers that Vishwanathan had testified in court against a dangerous criminal and is being held hostage by his associates. Vijay decides to disguise himself as a smuggler and gets into the underworld. Whether he is able to retrieve Vishwanathan and bring normalcy to Selvi's life forms the rest of the story.

Cast

Rajinikanth as Vijay

Radha as Chitra

Saritha as Selvi

R. N. Sudarshan as Babu

Sangili Murugan as Rammohan

Y. G. Mahendran as Vidhyasagar

Manorama as Kamalam

Silk Smitha as Rani

Radha Ravi as Ravi

Delhi Ganesh as Vishwanathan

Venniradai Moorthy as Kamalam's husband

Thengai Srinivasan as Chithra's father

V. Gopalakrishnan as Jail Superintendent

S. R. Sivakami as Chithra's aunt

Sivachandran as Siva

LIC Narasimhan as Butcher

Typist Gopu as Waiter

Ennatha Kannaiya

Oru Viral Krishna Rao

Usilai Mani as Manager

S. Ramarao

S. V. Shanmugam Pillai

M. R. Sulochana

Soundtrack

The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan. The song " Adi Mundhanai Pandhaada" is set in Gourimanohari Raga.

1 "Naan Kanda Kanda" - S. P. Sailaja - Vaali

2 "Adi Munthanai Pandhada" - Malaysia Vasudevan, Vani Jairam - Vaali

3 "Thangachi Sirithalae" - Malaysia Vasudevan - Vaali

4 "Mr. Miranda Ethiri Varanda" - S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki - Vaali



SIVAPPU SOORIYAN - KALKI REVIEW

(12.06.1983 தேதியிட்ட கல்கி இதழிலிருந்து . .  .)





 
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