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Sorgam
Directed byT. R. Ramanna
Produced byT. R. Chakravarthi
Screenplay bySakthi T. K. Krishnasamy
Story byNannu
StarringSivaji Ganesan
K. R. Vijaya
Rajasree
R. Muthuraman
K. Balaji
Music byM. S. Viswanathan
CinematographyAmirtham
Edited byT. R. Srinivasalu
Production
company
Release date
29 October 1970
160 Minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Sorgam (transl. Heaven) is a 1970 Indian Tamil-language film starring Sivaji Ganesan, K. R. Vijaya, Rajasree, R. Muthuraman and K. Balaji in the lead roles. The film was directed by T. R. Ramanna. It was released on 29 October 1970 and became a major success, running for over 100 days in theatres.

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Plot[edit]

Three graduates have different values and experience completely different things in life.[1]

Cast[edit]

  • Sivaji Ganesan as Shankar (Julius Caesar Stage Drama)
  • K. R. Vijaya as Vimala
  • Rajasree as Anjana (Sampath Lover)
  • K. Balaji as Sampath (Shankar Friend Company Manager & Buruts Stage Drama)
  • R. Muthuraman as Kannan (Shankar Sister Husbend)
  • R. S. Manohar as Dharmalingam / Arun (Shankar Company Owner, Duel Act Enemy Role)
  • M. R. R. Vasu as Matrubootham / Bond / Ippi / Thevaram (Quad Role, Shankar Company Acounter)
  • Nagesh as Kajini (Shankar Friend, Taxi driver)
  • Sachu as Savithri / Jothi / Puppy (Quad Role, Matrubootham Wife, Kajini Lover)
  • Kanakadurga as Lakshmi (Shankar Sister, Kannan Wife)
  • V. Nagaiah as Judge (Guest Role)
  • O. A. K. Thevar as Advocate (Guest Role)
  • Senthamarai as Police Inspector (Guest Role)
  • Ennatha Kannaiya as Harikrishnan (Matrubootham Friend)
  • M. Bhanumathi as Narikurathi
  • Veeraraghavan as Headmaster
  • Kallapetti Singaram as Snake Charmer
  • Karikol Raju as Bayilvan
  • Karuppu Subbiah as (Taxi Owner)
  • I.S.R as Adiyapatham (office Stafe)
  • Gemini Mali as Gopi (office Stafe)
  • Samikannu as Ayyakannu (Office Stafe)
  • S. A. Kannan as Drama Stage Actor
  • Periyar Rajavel as Drama stage Actoy
  • Comedy Shanmugam as (Office clerk)
  • Master Ramu as Muthu (Shankar Son)

Special Appearance

  • Vijayalalitha as (Dancer)
  • Shabnam as (Dancer)

Themes[edit]

Writing for The Times of India, Ganesh Krishnamoorthy compared the act of Balaji's character betraying Ganesan's character to that of Brutus betraying Julius Caesar; the film features a play based on the incident where Balaji plays Brutus, and Ganesh says the play is a rehearsal for the actual betrayal being enacted at that moment.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack was composed by M. S. Viswanathan.[3][4] The song 'Ponmagal Vandhaal' was parodied in Pithamagan (2003),[5] and remixed by A. R. Rahman in Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007).[6]

No.SongSingersLyricsLength
1'Ponmagal Vandhal'T. M. SoundararajanAlangudi Somu03:22
2'Azhagu Mugam'Jikki, S. JanakiKannadasan03:29
3'Sollathe Yarum Ketal'T. M. Soundararajan03:10
4'Oru Muttharathil'P. Susheela03:29
5'Naalu Kaalu Sir'A. L. Raghavan, L. R. Eswari, S. V. Ponnusamy03:36

Release and reception[edit]

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Sorgam was released on 29 October 1970, Diwali day.[7] It was the first film to be released at Devi theatre, which was inaugurated on 23 May 1970.[8]The Indian Express said on 7 November, 'There are some films which try to go off the beaten track, and just when the viewer begins to say hurrah, they return to familiarity. Going off the beaten track in such cases appears to be a halt. This is what happens in Vinayaka Pictures Sorgam [...] You are at a loss to discover whether the director is brave or just cunning.'[1] Despite being released alongside another Ganesan film Engirundho Vandhaal, the film was a commercial success,[6] running for over 100 days in theatres.[9]

References[edit]

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  1. ^ ab'Cinema'. The Indian Express. 7 November 1970. p. 10.
  2. ^Krishnamoorthy, Ganesh (9 May 2016). 'All the world's a stage, Tamil Nadu too'. The Times of India. Archived from the original on 7 February 2019. Retrieved 7 February 2019.
  3. ^'Sorgam'. JioSaavn. Archived from the original on 7 February 2019. Retrieved 7 February 2019.
  4. ^'Sorgam (1970)'. Raaga.com. Archived from the original on 13 September 2012. Retrieved 7 February 2019.
  5. ^Pillai, Swarnavel Eswaran (2015). Madras Studios: Narrative, Genre, and Ideology in Tamil Cinema. India: SAGE Publications. p. 275. ISBN9789351502128.
  6. ^ abJeshi, K. (1 November 2013). 'Released on Deepavali'. The Hindu. ISSN0971-751X. Archived from the original on 12 February 2014. Retrieved 7 February 2019.
  7. ^Ramji, V. (29 October 2018). 'ஒரேநாளில் ரெண்டு சிவாஜி படங்கள் – எங்கிருந்தோ வந்தாள், சொர்க்கம்; 48 வருடங்கள்' [Two Sivaji films on the same day – Engirundho Vandhaal, Sorgam; 48 years]. Kamadenu. Archived from the original on 7 November 2018. Retrieved 6 February 2019.
  8. ^Kumar, S. R. ashok (25 June 2020). 'Lasting icons of showbiz: A look at Tamil Nadu's most iconic cinema halls'. The Hindu. Archived from the original on 26 June 2020. Retrieved 26 June 2020.
  9. ^Ganesan, Sivaji; Narayana Swamy, T.S. (2007) [2002]. Autobiography of an Actor: Sivaji Ganesan, October 1928 – July 2001. Chennai: Sivaji Prabhu Charities Trust. p. 242. OCLC297212002.

External links[edit]

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