Saravanaa (2006) is a Tamil film directed by K.S. Ravikumar. The film stars Silambarasan and Jyothika. This film was a high-budget production and the soundtrack was composed by Srikanth Deva. This love story is set in the backdrop of a village war starring Prakash Raj, Vivek and Nagesh. It enjoyed relative success. The soundtrack was a great hit and used the introduction of an old Black Eyed Peas number, Don’t Phunk With My Heart. Released on Pongal 2006 along with Paramasivan, Aadhi and Pasa Kiligal. A remake of telugu film, Bhadra.
Saravana (Silambarasan) and Krishna are friends. Saravana falls in love with Krishna's sister Sadhana (Jyothika
), who studies in London. He visits the house of Krishna in Tirunelveli and comes to know about the caste clash prevalent in the district.
), Krishna's elder brother, decides to arrange for the wedding of Saravana and Sadhana, coming to know that he is in love with Sadhana.
In the caste clashes, Soundarapandi and Krishna gets killed by the opposite faction. Saravana rescues Sadhana and takes her to his home in Chennai. The rest of the story is all about how he protects her and eliminates the gang, which want to killher..
There are six songs composed by Srikanth Deva.
- Gori Thera - Simbhu, Sunitha Sarathy
- Kadhal Keedal - Ranjith, Reshmi, Simbhu
- Ennai Mattum Venam Sollade - Rita, Sukhwindra Singh
- Saa Poo Three Pottu - Anuradha Sriram, Harini, Karthik
- Kadhal Suttude - Naresh, Sadhana Sargam
- Kadhal Vandum - Prasanna, Saindavi
- The film ran for 125 straight days, making it more successful than Vija'ys Aathi and Prabhu's Paasakiligal as well as Ajith's Paramasivan, which made this film a winner among the 4 that was reeased at the same time.
- Saravana is also the name of Hindu God Murugan, 2nd son of Hindu God Shiva and Parvathi.
- Saravana is also name of lot hail from south India.
- Jyothika's character in the movie is called Sadanah (her real name) and Silambarasan's character is Saravana (which is her real life partner's name).
- The actual meaning is a small bush that grows abundantly around lakes and marshes.