Sigaram (Eng: Peak) is a 1991 Tamil language musical drama film directed by Ananthu. The film features S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Rekha and Radha in lead roles. The film, produced by Rajam Balachander and Pushpa Kandaswamy, had musical score by Balasubrahmanyam and was released on 11 January 1991.
Damodar (S. P. Balasubrahmanyam) is a famous music director and playback singer who has won many awards. Gnanam (Nizhalgal Ravi), the man behind his success, works hard for his breakthrough and he now considers Damodar as his archenemy. Damodar’s son Krishna (Anand Babu) is a drunkard and spoils his life by drinking alcohol. In the past, Krishna was in love with Aparna (Ramya Krishnan) but there was a difference of opinion between the two, so they separated.
Later, Sukanya (Rekha), Damodar’s wife, dies by falling from stairs. Damodar then falls ill and Dr Priya (Radha) takes care of him. Priya was a fan of Damodar and they were in love when they were young.
Thereafter, Gnanam steals Damodar’s records in his studio and becomes one of the top music directors. In the meantime, Damodar gets well and Priya meets Aparna to talk about Krishna. Aparna admitted that she was cheated by her friend and she attempted to commit suicide but she failed to because she cannot forget her lover Krishna. Gnanam then apologises to Damodar for his misdeeds. Finally, Krishna gets married to Aparna, and Damodar and Priya also get married.
Directed by Ananthu
Produced by Rajam Balachander & Pushpa Kandaswamy
Written by Ananthu
Starring S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Radha, Rekha
Music by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
Cinematography R. Raghunatha Reddy
Edited by Ganesh Kumar
Production Kavithalayaa Productions
Release date 11 January 1991
Running time 140 minutes