Kireedam poster


  • 20 Jul 2007
  • 2h 36m
  • Action, Drama
2K+ users
Kireedam is a 2007 Indian Tamil action drama film directed by A. L. Vijay, who made his directorial debut with the film. This is reworked from the Malayalam film of the same name. The film starred Ajith Kumar in the lead role with Trisha Krishnan and Rajkiran in other pivotal roles, while Vivek, Saranya, Ajay, and Santhanam appear in supporting roles. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, while Tirru was the cinematographer for the film. The film opened on 20 July 2007 get positive reviews and became an super hit at the box office. It was dubbed into Telugu as Poorna Market




  • Status Released
  • Release date 20 Jul 2007
  • Running time 2h 36m
  • Genres Action, Drama


Ajith Kumar, Trisha, Rajkiran, Vinod Kishan, Vivek, Santhanam, Saranya Ponvannan

Sakthivel (Ajith Kumar) is an implicitly obedient son of a sincere policeman Rajarajan (Rajkiran). Sakthi and his father share the same dream: that of seeing him enter the police force. The entire family comprising two other daughters, the mother (Saranya), and a wastrel of a brother-in-law (Vivek) are cuddly and close-knit. Rajarajan is from the old school of life, and honesty is his watchword. In a venal system, this lands him in trouble often. Divya (Trisha) is a charming college student. She has some comical run-ins with Sakthi and eventually falls in love with him. Elsewhere, Rajarajan, who books an MLA’s son for an offence, is hauled up over the coals and sent on a ‘punishment transfer’ to a place, which is run as personal fief by a local dada Varadarajan (Ajay). One thing leads to another, and Sakthi is unwittingly sucked into the unholy vortex. Just as he is about to join the police force, destiny decrees otherwise: his life is not going to be the same again. A father’s dream lies shattered while a son, despite his unwillingness, has to fight an honest war beyond the matrix of a law. It is a situation that is actually an emotional cauldron. How the father and son reconcile to the new reality is the story.

No review available.

Write review