Sivappu Samy Review
Sivappu Samy is yet another typical ‘masala’ film with romance, action and family rivalry. Director Shiva has cast Trisha and Gopichand as the lead pair in this film. The movie is a dubbed version of Telugu movie Sankham.
The first-half of the movie is set in Sydney with a a romantic feel and no one can guess that it will be full of action sequences in the second half. The lead hero Chandu (Gopichand) will be seen living with his uncle Krishnaiah (Chandramohan), who brought him up. He is a happy-go-lucky man and is very fond of action. One day he gets to see Mahalakshmi (Trisha) hitting a man and then he starts feeling for her instantly. He tries to impress her through various acts. However, things take another turn, when the girl’s aunt comes to take her back to India. Now, Mahalakshmi realizes that she also loves Chandu.
As expected, both the love birds return to their homeland only to find that their fathers are arch rivals. Actor Satyaraj plays Chandu’s father Sivaiah and Kota plays Mahalakshmi’s father Pashupathi. The two zamindars are are old rivals and they try to show down each other whenever they get an opportunity. Sivaiah is aiming to attack Pashupathi’s brother, who was in exile and is coming back. At this point of time, both of the rivals get to know about the affair between their children.