Sathya Harishchandra, a young and whacky person, falls in love. The movie follows the love story of the young lad and answers if the prankster ever becomes serious about romance in his life.
Sathya Sundharam is a 1981 Indian Tamil film, directed by K. S. Prakash Rao.
Hosted by Rod Serling, this film documents the phenomenon surrounding guru Sathya Sai Baba.
An IT employee, who works in Australia, gets a call from his ex-lover, asking him to help her find her missing daughter. The former has a tough time ahead when he comes to know about some shocking revelations
Sathya (Kamal Hassan) is a young man who wants to make a difference and ends up becoming a henchman to a political leader who has his own agenda.
The protagonist from Kerala who goes to Pondicherry and becomes very successful in life by gambling. However, he also makes enemies because of this. The story further progresses through the various incidents that happen due to gambling.
Bagavathar's next film was his first own production film under the banner Trichy Thyagaraja Films, "Sathyaseelan" (1936). The film had the novel.
Nalla Sivam and Anbarasu meet under different circumstances and their lives are changed as they take the journey of their life.
Sanjeev imprisons a former police commissioner because the latter delays his appointment in the police force. Things take a turn when the officer frees himself and decides to take revenge.
Geetha, Suni's wife, bears the brunt of his negligent lifestyle and often quarrels with him over it. After witnessing a gruesome accident, Suni and his friends find their lives taking some really unexpected turns.
Sathyam is a 1976 Tamil film directed by S. A. Kannan starring Sivaji Ganesan, Jayachitra and Manjula Vijayakumar and Kamal Hassan. The film has Kamal Haasan playing the younger brother of Sivaji Ganesan.
Fifteen-year-old Parvathi (Annie) witnesses her family getting murdered and runs away from them to save her life. To prevent getting caught, she disguises herself as a boy named Thomas and starts living as a servant in a house of bachelors. One of the bachelors, Omanakuttan (Mukesh) discovers that Thomas is actually a girl. After hearing her story, Omanakkuttan and his friends try to help her. Before Jaganatha Varma could kill her, Policeman S. Narayanan (Balachandra Menon) discovers his plan and saves Parvathi.
Satyam (Sumanth) is an unbelievably nice guy. Everybody likes him--except for the two people he loves most, his father (Malladi Raghava) and Ankita (Genelia D'Souza), the girl with whom he is in love with. Because he and his father don't get along, Sathyam leaves home and starts living with friends. A sensitive man and sensible writer, Satyam ghost-writes for a popular film lyricist. He wants to prove himself as lyricist before meeting Ankita, when he intends to express his love for her; except in the meanwhile, a flamboyant classmate of Ankita proposes to her. The movie then witnesses a turn of events which involves Ankita`s father (Kota Srinivas Rao) who happens to be a good friend of Satyam. In the end, its all a happy ending when Ankita realizes the love Satyam has for her.
A cop, doesn't believe in finishing criminals in fake encounters but in a judicial way. A powerful politician hires an assassin to get rid of his competitors.
Nagna Sathyam is a 1979 Telugu, drama film. The film was directed by U. Visweswar Rao.[
Film starring Adoor Bhasi, Kamal Hassan and Thikkurisi Sukumaran Nair
Sathyameva Jayathe is a 2001 Indian Malayalamaction thriller film, directed by Viji Thampi. The film stars Suresh Gopi, Aishwarya, Balachandramenon and Mini Nair in lead roles
1994 Indian Kannada Film