|Story by||Naagai Dharuman|
|Starring|| Sivaji Ganesan |
M. G. Chakrapani
|Edited by||M. Vellaichamy|
Thunai (transl. Support) is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language film, produced and directed by Durai. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Saritha, M. G. Chakrapani and Suresh. The film had musical score by Shankar–Ganesh. It was released on 1 October 1982.
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Soundtrack was composed by Shankar–Ganesh.
The Filmfare Best Actor Award is given by the Filmfare as part of its annual Filmfare Awards South for Tamil film lead actors. The Filmfare Awards South Awards were extended to "Best Actor" in 1972. The year indicates the year of release of the film.
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 in theatres.
Jai Ganesh was an Indian Tamil film actor. He had supporting roles in the films Aval Oru Thodar Kathai and Attukara Alamelu, among others. His most popular roles have been as a supporting actor or as a villain in films such as Thaayillamal Naan Illai (1979) and Athisaya Piravi (1990).
Annaiyin Aanai is a 1958 Indian Tamil-language drama film starring Sivaji Ganesan and Savitri. The film, directed by Ch. Narayana Murthy, had musical score by S. M. Subbaiah Naidu and was released on 4 July 1958. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil in 1959.
En Aasai Rasave is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Kasthuri Raja. The film features Sivaji Ganesan and Murali in the lead roles while Raadhika, Roja and Suvalakshmi all play other supporting roles. The film, which focussed on the lives of street dancers, released in August 1998.
Thirisoolam (transl. Trident) is a 1979 Indian Tamil-language film directed by K. Vijayan. It had Sivaji Ganesan playing triple roles and was promoted as his 200th film in a lead role. The film completed a 200-day run at the box office. It is a remake of the Kannada film Shankar Guru (1978).
Ezhuthatha Sattangal is a 1984 Indian Tamil-language film directed by K. Shankar, starring Sivaji Ganesan, Jaishankar and M. N. Nambiar. It is a remake of the Malayalam film Aarambham (1982). The film was released on 15 August 1984.
Success is a 2003 Indian Tamil drama film written and directed by Suresh Prasanna. The film featured newcomer Dushyanth in the lead role, a grandson of actor Sivaji Ganesan, while Sonia Agarwal and Nandhana played supporting roles. The film released in September 2003 to average reviews from critics.
Anbulla Appa is a 1987 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by A. C. Tirulokchandar for AVM Productions. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Nadhiya and Rahman. This was Tirulokchandar's last directorial venture before his retirement from films.
Ethiroli (transl. Echo) is a 1970 Indian Tamil-language legal drama film, directed by K. Balachander, featuring Sivaji Ganesan. The film had musical score by K. V. Mahadevan and became a commercial success. It was also the only collaboration between Balachander and Ganesan.
Raja Mariyadhai is a 1987 Indian Tamil drama film directed by Karthick Raghunath. The film features Sivaji Ganesan, Karthik and Jeevitha in lead roles. The film, had musical score by Shankar–Ganesh. The film was a remake of Telugu film Simham Navvindi.
Marumagal (transl. Daughter-in-law) is a 1986 Indian Tamil film, directed by Karthik Raghunath and produced by Anandavalli Balaji. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Suresh, Revathi Menon and Jaishankar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Chandrabose. The film was a remake of Hindi film Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye.
Oorum Uravum is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Major Sundarrajan and produced by Pushpa Rajan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, K. R. Vijaya, A. V. M. Rajan and Thengai Srinivasan. The film had musical score by Shankar–Ganesh. The film was a remake of Telugu film Oorukichchina Maata.
Nenjangal (transl. Hearts) is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Major Sundarrajan and produced by Vijayakumar. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Lakshmi, Manjula and Vijayakumar. The film had musical score by Shankar–Ganesh.
Paritchaikku Neramaachu is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Muktha Srinivasan and produced by Muktha Ramasami. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Sujatha, Thengai Srinivasan and Y. G. Mahendran. The film had musical score by M S Viswanathan. It was based on the stage play of the same name.
Needhiyin Nizhal is a 1985 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Bharathi-Vasu and produced by Santhi Narayanasamy. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Radha, Prabhu and M. N. Nambiar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shankar–Ganesh.
Thyagi (transl. Martyr) is a 1982 Indian Tamil-language action film, directed by C. V. Rajendran and produced by G. Hanumantharao. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Sujatha, Major Sundarrajan and V. S. Raghavan. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. It is a remake of the 1981 Kannada film Antha.
Avandhan Manidhan is a 1975 Indian Tamil-language drama film, co-written and directed by A. C. Tirulokchandar from a story by G. Balasubramaniam. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Muthuraman, Jayalalithaa and Manjula. It revolves around an extremely generous man who refuses to budge from his nature, even as it leads to his downfall.
Keezh Vaanam Sivakkum is a 1981 Indian Tamil-language film, directed by Muktha Srinivasan and produced by S. Ravi. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Saritha, Jaishankar, Sarath Babu and Menaka. The film had its music scored by M. S. Viswanathan. The film was remade in Telugu as Gopala Krishnudu.
Aarambham is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joshiy and produced by Thiruppathi Chettiyar. Aarambham was another multi-star movie from director Joshiy, with stars Prem Nazir, Madhu, Sukumaran, M. G. Soman, K. P. Ummer, Srividya, Sumalatha and Rajalakshmi in the lead roles. The film has musical score by unusually using four music directors, namely Shyam, A. T. Ummer, K. J. Joy and Shankar–Ganesh, each of whom directed one song each. Aarambham was released in Onam festival along with Padayottam. Aarambham was the top grosser Malayalam movie in 1982, surpassing Padayottam. Aaramabham was later remade in Hindi by Joshiy himself in 1984, called Dharm Aur Qanoon, with an ensemble cast and in Tamil too as Ezhuthatha Sattangal. The Tamil version was directed by veteran director K. Shankar, with Sivaji Ganesan in the lead role. Both movies became huge hits in their respective markets.