Final Up to date: November 10, 2022, 12:31 IST
Taking pictures for Indian movies overseas is widespread in at the moment’s occasions. We’ve a bulk of Indian movies, together with regional ones, shot on international lands. Nevertheless, many years again, taking pictures in international locales was an enormous achievement and was once perceived as a crowd-pulling issue for movies. Have you learnt in regards to the first Tamil movie, which was shot overseas? It was the 1969 movie Sivandha Mann, written, produced and directed by CV Sridhar. The movie starred none apart from one of many legends of the business, Sivaji Ganesan. The actor was paired alongside actress Kanchana.
The movie was launched on November 9 on Diwali. It revolves round an Inspector Normal’s son (performed by Sivaji) and a princess who rebels (performed by Kanchana) in opposition to the tyrannical ruler of their area. It grew to become the primary film to have parts shot outdoors India — with components of France, Switzerland and the Alps proven extensively within the film.
Nevertheless, the mission was initially imagined to be made with MG Ramachandran. The film had a unique script at the moment and the taking pictures began with the title Andru Sinthiya Ratham. Nevertheless, after filming some scenes, MGR backed out and the movie was virtually shelved. Later, the mission was revived with Sivaji and some adjustments within the script and was retitled by Sivandha Mann. MS Viswanathan got here on board to compose the music for the movie.
The movie ran for 50 days on all its screens and accomplished 100 days in 9 theatres. It ran for a report 21 weeks in Chennai. The success of the movie and the benchmark it set brought about France to develop into a favorite spot for Tamil and Telugu movies to be filmed within the following decade.
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