Tamil    Jan 14, 2003 (India)  



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Anbe Sivam is a 2003 Indian Tamil costume drama film released on Jan 14, 2003. The film is directed by Sundar .C, produced by K Muralitharan. The film begins with ad film-maker Anbarasu (derived from the full Tamil name Anbarasan - literally 'King Of Love') (R. Madhavan)- who prefers being called by the much abbreviated A. Aras rather than his full name, arriving at the Bhubaneswar airport in Orissa, India. He is about to board a flight back to Chennai for his own wedding. However, he learns at the airport that his flight has been cancelled due to the bad weather in the state where heavy floods and torrential rains due to the wet season have affected air traffic. While waiting for further announcements, Aras watches the news on a television monitor about a terrorist threat at an airport in Mumbai. Remarking to himself that the country is going to the dogs he happens to look around and sees a bespectacled man with scars taking out something rolled up in a newspaper from his bag. Pictures of a pipe bomb shown among the items seized by the Mumbai police flash through his mind and he informs the authorities, only to learn that the man was simply taking out a cucumber. The man who turns out to be physically challenged is Nallasivam a.k.a Nalla (Kamal Hassan). Nalla introduces himself to Aras and they get to know each other. However, Aras underestimates Nalla, ignoring his sage advice and friendly overtures, resulting in some comical events in the airport. Then, announcements are made that all flights have been canceled due to the inclement weather and Aras realizes he would have to book a room in a nearby hotel for the night. He is informed, much to his consternation that the five star hotel that he was staying in before is now fully booked, leaving him optionless. Nallasivam however helps him find a place in a two star hotel nearby, in which both Nalla and Aras are forced to share the same room. Aras' resentment of Nalla makes him act selfishly in trying to get rid of Nalla but at every juncture, Nalla does him a favor which leaves Aras with a guilt-ridden heart. The next morning, Aras takes a taxi without waking Nalla in order to find his own way to Chennai. However, Aras realizes that the floods have blocked most of the roads and even the train station is flooded. He gets mugged by a man at the station who offers to help him with his luggage but instead steals all his money. Nalla however comes to the station and helps Aras regain the wallet, sans the money. It is then revealed that Nalla is a trade unionist and is travelling with a cheque worth Rs. 30 lakh to be delivered to some people after fighting a court case for some union workers. The comical situations continue as the pair make it to another railway station in a bus. While awaiting their train, Nalla begins to tell Aras his story, but a tired Aras falls asleep and later walks away halfway through the story. Check out this page for more updates on Anbe Sivam.

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