Sivagamiyin Selvan

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Sivagamiyin Selvan
Sivagamiyin Selvan.jpg
Directed byC. V. Rajendran
Produced byN. Kanagasabai
Written byA. L. Narayanan
Story bySachin Bhowmick
StarringSivaji Ganesan
Vanisri
Latha
A. V. M. Rajan
S. V. Ranga Rao
S. V. Sahasranamam
V. S. Raghavan
R. S. Manohar
Sreekanth
M. N. Rajam
Cho
Music byM. S. Viswanathan
CinematographyMasthan
Edited byB. Kandaswamy
Production
company
Jayanthi Films
Distributed byJayanthi Films
Release date
26 January 1974
Running time
154 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Sivagamiyin Selvan (English: Sivakami's son) is a 1974 Indian Tamil-language film, starring Sivaji Ganesan, Vanisri and Latha.[1][2][3] It was a remake of the Hindi film Aradhana, starring Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore (which itself was based on the 1946 movie To Each His Own) and its remake, the Telugu film Kannavari Kalalu. Vanisri starred in the Telugu version too.

Plot[edit]

Pilot Ashok (Sivaji Ganesan) is in love with Sivakami (Vanisri). They have an affair and Sivakami becomes pregnant. Ashok dies in a plane crash. Sivakami tells her father about her pregnancy. But soon he dies too. Sivakami is now on her own with her newborn child, whom she gives to a rich family to look after. She works there as a servant and she tells the rich person about her past. She emphasizes that this must not be told to his wife, who is fond of the child. He promises her that he wouldn't. Meanwhile, the wife's brother (R. S. Manohar) sees Sivakami and wants to marry her. When she rejects his proposal, he tries to rape her. Her son kills him with a knife. The child runs away leaving Sivakami with the knife. Sivakami goes to prison as she confesses to the murder. She is released twenty years later. Meanwhile, the rich man's wife finds out about Sivakami's history from her husband. She is shocked and wants her to be immediately released from prison. Sivakami returns to their home. A girl living there, Nalini (Latha) sees Sivakami. They get along well. She takes Sivakami to the airport to meet her fiancé who turns out to be Sivakami's son. However he doesn't recognise her as he was much younger when he saw her last time. One day he finds a diary and sees pictures of his father, his mother and himself with his mother. Then he remembers Sivakami and asks her to come to his awards ceremony. During the ceremony, he asks his mother to present him the award to which she obliges. The film ends with both Sivakami and her son on the stage.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music was composed by M. S. Viswanathan.[4][5]

No. Song Singers Lyrics Length (m:ss)
1 "Aadikku Pinne" T. M. Soundararajan, L. R. Eswari Kannadasan 04:30
2 "En Raajavin Roja" P. Susheela Vaali 04:23
3 "Iniyavale" T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela Pulamaipithan 04:43
4 "Ethanai Azhagu" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Kannadasan 04:28
5 "Mela Thaalam" T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela Pulamaipithan 03:30
6 "Ullam Rendum" T. M. Soundararajan Kannadasan 04:43
7 "Yedharkum Oru Kaalam" M. S. Viswanathan Vaali 04:13

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sivakamiyin Selvan (1974)". Jointscene. Retrieved 15 April 2010.
  2. ^ Film News Anandan (2004). Sadhanaigal padaitha Tamil Thiraipada Varalaaru (in Tamil). Chennai: Sivagami Publications. pp. 28:167.
  3. ^ "பாடல்களால் ஒரு பாலம் : இரயிலில் ஓர் ஒயில்". Tamiloviyam (in Tamil). Retrieved 15 April 2010.
  4. ^ "Sivakamiyin Selvan Songs". raaga. Retrieved 2014-07-10.
  5. ^ "Sivakamiyin Selvan Songs". tamiltunes. Retrieved 2014-07-10.

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