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A simple body builder's life took an unexpected turn when he became a model by his beloved . When five men made his life 'better from hell' then story proceeds by how a disabled man took revenge from them in a very gore ways.
The movie is about a loyal servant, Muthu (Rajni), working for Zamindar Malayasimman (Sarath Babu) and the cunning plans by the uncle of Malasimman to capture the whole wealth which uncovers some mystery about Muthu.
Held in a cell, Sivaji reflects how he came to be under police scrutiny and his subsequent arrest for a variety of economic offenses. He had returned to Chennai from the U.S. to live with his parents and maternal uncle, and had hoped to invest money in colleges and hospitals so that people who are not privileged can benefit - much to the chagrin of a sophisticated goon, Adisheshan, who threatens him, and asks him not to tread on his territory. Disregarding this and hoping to get his projects going, Sivaji runs into bureaucratic corruption and red-tape - so much so that he gives in and bribes an official Rs.4 Crores to complete his Rs.200 Crore project. An enraged Adisheshan has the local politician stop the work, but Sivaji bribes the latter Rs.50 Crores, after liquefying most of his assets. While he is busy wooing and attempting to marry Tamizhselvi/Vidyabharti Ramlingam, a new politician takes over, stops his project, and demands another Rs.50 Crores. Unable to come up with the ...Written by
First Tamil film and the first non Hindi Indian movie to feature in UK Top 10. See more »
The CBI officer who arrests Sivaji cites FERA act violation. But in the year 2000, FERA act was repealed and replaced by FEMA act. See more »
[lifts finger to say something]
Are you going to utter a punch dialogue?
No Shivaji. Nowadays everyone lifts their finger and speaks punch dialogues.
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The UK cinema version was cut by 13 secs by the BBFC to remove a scene where Shivaji lights and spits out a firework in order for the film to receive a 12 certificate. The DVD release restores the scene and was upgraded to an 18. See more »
sivaji is a visual treat for all rajni lovers and unfortunately not shankar'.you can see the technical brilliance handled lavishly as in all other shankar films.social messages were good,but the director has not worked to remove the flaws in the story.usually his stories are uncommon and the flaws in those films cannot be seen until you think on it.sivaji is an exception-common story even though he has tried to create an awareness on a hidden social cause,flaws show themselves clearly in the story.
inspite of this the film has an enormous response only because of rajni!one and only rajni! Every frame of the film has been done grandly.good work by the film crew.screenplay is fast.songs were rich and stylish.
if shankar had satisfied for the flaws in the film,the world would have turned on him in appreciation.
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