Bhuvana Oru Kelvi Kuri
|Bhuvana Oru Kelvi Kuri|
|Directed by||SP. Muthuraman|
|Produced by||MAM Films|
|Written by||Panju Arunachalam|
Y. G. Mahendran
|Release dates||September 2, 1977|
Rajini and Sivakumar are two good friends. While Sivakumar is a diplomatic person who believes in practical life, Rajini is a straightforward person who believes in honesty. Sivakumar is a womaniser who loves many women at the same time, while Rajini, his roommate falls in love with Jaya. Jaya dies after a while and Rajini tries to attempt suicide but Sivakumar saves him. Sumithra becomes the victim of Sivakumar and bears his child. Sivakumar gets married to a rich girl. Rajini marries Sumithra. The film is the conflict between Sivakumar and Rajini on values of life.
This film had an interesting role swap as Sivakumar, the hero having a clean positive image doing the anti-hero role, while Rajnikanth, an established villain doing the role of a positive hero. This role swap helped both the actors in experimenting the roles. The success of the film paved way for Rajnikanth, the opportunity to do more hero oriented films.
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