::Anbe Sivam


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Anbe Sivam (, ) is a 2003 Indian Tamil drama film written by Kamal Haasan and directed by Sundar C inspired by the Hollywood flick Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987). Kamal Hassan Plays similar role as John Candy and Madhavan Similar as Steve Martin.The film follows the events of an unexpected journey from Bhubaneswar to Chennai which is undertaken by two men who are polar opposites, Nalla Sivam (Kamal Haasan) and Anbarasu (R. Madhavan). It also stars Kiran Rathod, Nassar and Santhana Bharathi, while Vidyasagar handled the music score. Arthur A. Wilson did the cinematography and the editing was by P. Sai Suresh.

The film addressed a series of themes including that of communism, atheism and altruism, bringing through the film writer Kamal Haasan's views as a humanist. The film released in January 2003 to critical acclaim, though it became a box office failure. Post-release, the film has garnered a "cult classic" status from critics and television audiences.<ref></ref><ref></ref>

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