|Directed by||T. R. Ramanna|
|Screenplay by||Sakthi T. K. Krishnasamy|
|Produced by||T. R. Chakravarthi|
|Starring|| Sivaji Ganesan |
K. R. Vijaya
|Edited by||T. R. Srinivasalu|
|Music by||M. S. Viswanathan|
Sri Vinayaga Pictures
Sorgam (transl. Heaven) is a 1970 Indian Tamil-language film starring Sivaji Ganesan, K. R. Vijaya, Rajasree, R. Muthuraman and K. Balaji. 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 at the box office.
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Three graduates have different values and experience completely different things in life.
The film features a play based on William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar where Marcus Junius Brutus murders the title character, which Ganesh Krishnamoorthy, writing for The Times of India , feels is symbolic of Balaji's character betraying Ganesan's character. 
The soundtrack was composed by M. S. Viswanathan.   The song "Ponmagal Vandhaal" was parodied in Pithamagan (2003),  and remixed by A. R. Rahman in Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007). 
|"Ponmagal Vandhal"||T. M. Soundararajan||Alangudi Somu||03:22|
|"Azhagu Mugam"||Jikki, S. Janaki||Kannadasan||03:29|
|"Sollathe Yarum Ketal"||T. M. Soundararajan||03:10|
|"Oru Muttharathil"||P. Susheela||03:29|
|"Naalu Kaalu Sir"||A. L. Raghavan, L. R. Eswari, S. V. Ponnusamy||03:36|
Sorgam was released on 29 October 1970, Diwali day.  It was the first film to be released at Devi theatre, which was inaugurated on 23 May 1970.  The Indian Express said "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. [...] You are at a loss to discover whether the director is brave or just cunning."  Despite being released alongside another Ganesan film Engirundho Vandhaal , the film was a commercial success,  running for over 100 days in theatres. 
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