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Veera Sivaji (2016) tamil full movie online


Direction : Ganesh Vinayak

Producer : S. Nandagopal

Writer : Ganesh Vinayak

Cast / Starring :

Vikram Prabhu as Sivaji

Shamili

Swetha Ashok

Rajendran

Robo Shankar

Yogi Babu

VTV Ganesh

John Vijay

G. Marimuthu

Venkat

Dhanpat Jain

Music Director : D. Imman

Cinematography : M. Sukumar

Editor : Ruben

Production company : Madras Enterprises

Distributed by : Sri Thenandal Films

Expected Release date : 23 September 2016

Country : India

Language : Tamil

Genre : Action - Comedy - Romance

Duration : 1 hrs 50 mins


About Veera Sivaji movie : Veera Sivaji is a Tamil movie direction by 'Thagararu' fame Ganesh Vinayak. The movie has Vikram Prabhu in the male lead role and Shamili, younger sister of actress Shalini has done female lead in this movie.

The story revolves around how the hero and several other people are cheated by the villain. Vikram tracks the movements of the villain, collects information, forms a master plan and finally defeats him. There are some great romantic portions in the film, too.

Vikram has played the role of a taxi driver in the film and John Vijay has played the baddie role. The movie also has three comedians in the film — Yogi Babu, Robo Shankar and Motta Rajendran.

Producer Nandagopal announced that he had signed on Vikram Prabhu to star in his film during July 2015 and that Ganesh Vinayak, who had made Thagaraaru (2013), would direct the film. The film also marked the return of former child actress Shamili, who had taken a sabbatical after a brief foray into films in 2009. Featuring an ensemble cast including Rajendran, John Vijay and Robo Shankar, the first schedule of Veera Sivaji was shot in Pondicherry. A song choreographed by Dinesh was pictured on the beaches of the town, later that month. The film's first schedule was finished in November 2015, with the makers revealing that the film would focus on a relationship around Vikram Prabhu's character and a child. A second schedule for the film was filmed across Chennai from mid November 2015.