Sindhu Samaveli is a 2010 Tamil drama film written and directed by Samy. The film featured debutants Amala Paul, Harish Kalyan and Ghajini in the lead roles. The story revolves around an illicit relationship between a girl and her father-in-law. The film became Samy’s third controversial film in succession, achieving an “A” certificate upon censor following Uyir and Mirugam. The film released on 3 September 2010 and did poor at the box office.
Anbu (Harish Kalyan) is a brilliant student in a village school, in Kanyakumari area. His mother teaches in the same school and his father Veerasami (Ghajini) is a CRPF soldier in Assam. His classmate, Sundari (Amala Paul), who is elder to him by three years falls for him. One day, his father gets injured in a militant attack and takes voluntary retirement and comes back to the village. The father dotes on his family, especially his son, but tragedy strikes as his wife dies from a snake bite.
Both father and son are devastated. Anbu decides to fulfill his mother’s dream of becoming a teacher. Around this time, his father and other relatives pressure him into marrying Sundari. The newly-weds are together for hardly a month, before they are separated as Anbu has to go to the teachers’ training school. Sundari is left in the house to look after her father-in-law. Soon due to certain incidents and circumstances, they enter into an illicit relationship. One day Anbu returns to find out the bitter truth.
Directed by Samy
Produced by Michael Royappan
Written by Samy
Starring Amala Paul, Harish Kalyan, Ghajini, Ganja Karuppu
Music by Sundar C Babu
Cinematography Udhbal V. Nayanaar
Edited by G. Sasikumar
Production Gobal Infotaiment
Distributed by Gobal Infotaiment
Release dates 3 September 2010
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