Sigaram Thodu (English: Touch the peak) is a 2014 Indian action movie written and directed by Gaurav and produced by UTV Motion Pictures. It has cinematography by Vijay Ulaganath, editing by Praveen K L and music by D Imman. The film released on 12 September 2014 with positive review.
Muralipandian (Vikram Prabhu) is the only son of Chellapandian (Chellapa) (Sathyaraj), a disabled ex-policeman who expresses a desire to see his son in the police one day. However, Murali is against becoming a policeman due to an incident which happened in his childhood; when Chellapa lost his leg during police duty, his wife fell down the stairs on hearing the news, leading to her death and left a crippled Chellapa to single-handedly look after the young Murali. His ambition is to become a bank manager and he manages to get an interview for the same in a bank. While on a pilgrimage, Murali meets Ambujam (Monal Gajjar), a young doctor. Ambujam initially thinks ill of Murali due to unsavoury incidents which occur between them during the journey, but after she finds out about Murali’s true character and Murali helps her grandmother Aishwarya (Kovai Sarala) recover from dehydration, she falls in love with him. She expresses a distaste for marrying policemen, which impresses Murali.
Meanwhile, a spate of robberies occur in Chennai. Money is stolen from several bank accounts through ATM machines. The robberies are led by a bank employee Shiva (Gaurav Narayanan) assisted by a karate teacher Lawrence (Charandeep). The duo manage to avoid being caught as they hide their identity by wearing bike helmets. Murali first encounters the duo robbing an ATM while returning from the pilgrimage and breaks Lawrence’s arm in a fight. An injured Lawrence vows to take revenge on Murali for breaking his arm.
Directed by Gaurav Narayanan
Produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur
Written by Gaurav Narayanan
Starring Vikram Prabhu, Monal Gajjar, Sathyaraj
Music by D Imman
Cinematography Vijay Ulaganath
Edited by Praveen K L
Production UTV Motion Pictures
Release dates 12 September 2014
Running time 138 minutes