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Theatrical release poster
Directed byNizar Shafi
Written byNizar Shafi
Ramesh Varma
Produced byRamesh Varma
MS Sharavanan
Nandita Swetha
Regina Cassandra
Pujita Ponnada
Tridha Choudhury
Anisha Ambrose
Aditi Arya
CinematographyNizar Shafi
Edited byPraveen K. L.
Music byChaitan Bharadwaj
Sri Green Productions
Distributed byAbhishek Pictures
Release date
  • 5 June 2019 (2019-06-05)
Running time
117 minutes

Seven is a 2019 Indian mystery thriller film directed and filmed by Nizar Shafi, and produced by Ramesh Varma. Shot simultaneously in Telugu and Tamil languages, the film features Havish, Rahman, Nandita Swetha and Regina Cassandra in lead roles.[1][2]


While investigating an enigmatic man named Karthik, a police officer is bewildered by the conflicting statements about his identity. Three young women seem to share a mysterious connection with him and claim Karthik as their husband who has gone missing a few days/months before. An old man from an asylum claims that he knew Karthik as Krishnamurthy, who had died thirty years ago. The next day the old man was found killed. After the old man's death, another woman called Priya appears and claims Karthik as her husband, who has been missing since the previous day. The police officers are in shock with her claim because they had arrested Karthik two days before as the suspect of the old man's murder. During the investigation, Karthik fails to recognize the other three women who claimed him as their husband. In the next scene the woman is brought to the imprisoned Karthik. When she sees Karthik, they both smile at each other and suddenly the woman pulls a gun and shoots him. The police officer stops her act and asks her intention for doing thus. She reveals her love story and marriage with Karthik. After her marriage, due to some misunderstanding Karthik leaves her, after a few months she reads news about Karthik and the affairs he had with other three women (who claimed Karthik as their husband in the first half of the story). She was shocked with the news and assumed that Karthik is a playboy who had spoiled four women's lives (including hers) so, she decides that he is not fit to live. Karthik escapes from the hospital and with the help of a journalist he goes in search of those girls to know their intention to cause such trouble in his life. There he finds all the allegations given towards him are false as they have staged a drama against Karthik on the request of Saraswati, an old lady. Sarswati, the woman behind the scene is the main culprit who saves those girls from getting raped which was staged by herself as she wanted the help of those girls to trouble Karthik for revenge. This lady is shown to be Karthik's father's ex-wife who kills her father and stages a drama to marry Krishnamoorthy (father of Karthik). On their nuptial night, Krishnamurthy realizes that Saraswati has psychotic behavior and the murderer of her father and Krishnamoorthy's fiancée Bhanu's family. He escapes and jumps into a river. Saraswati is sent to an asylum and released after a few years. She sees Krishnamoorthy living a happy life with Bhanu and two children. She kills them on the same day except the son who turned out to be Karthik. At present, she still hallucinates Karthik for Krishnamoorthi and wants to kill him as a revenge for rejecting her. She kidnaps Priya the wife of Karthik and threatens him at gunpoint telling him to kill himself. In an attempt to save Karthik, ACP Vijay Prakash gets injured. The police shoot her in her leg and she finally shoots herself without letting them know the hideout of Priya. Finally Karthik and the police find Priya at the basement and she apologises for misunderstanding Karthik and they reunite.[3]



The film started production as a Telugu film, but the film became bilingual after producer M. S. Sharavanan expressed interest in a Tamil version. Havish requested that the makers rope in another artist for the Tamil version as he was not fluent in the language, but they were keen that Havish do it.[4][5]


The music is composed by Chaitan Bharadwaj.

Telugu tracklist
1."Sampaddhoy Nanne"Madhushree 
2."Idhivarakepudu"Haricharan, Deepthi Parthasarathy 
3."Varshinchana"Haricharan, Alisha Thomas 

All lyrics are written by Niranjan Bharathi

Tamil tracklist
1."En Aasai Macha"Madhushree3:41
2."En Aasai Macha"Haricharan, Deepthi Parthasarathy3:12
3."Udhiranae Nee"Haricharan, Alisha Thomas3:32
Total length:10:24

Home media

The film became available as VOD on Netflix in August 2019.[6]


  1. ^ A, Manimegalai (30 August 2018). "யார் அவன்..? 7 படத்தில் மிரட்டும் ரஹ்மான்..!". Asianet Tamil. Retrieved 21 March 2019.
  2. ^ "பிசியாகி விட்டார்:தென்னிந்திய சினிமாவில் கலக்கும் ரஹ்மான்". Daily Hunt. 30 August 2018. Retrieved 21 March 2019.
  3. ^ "Seven Movie Review {2.0/5}: Critic Review of Seven". The Times of India. Retrieved 22 June 2019.
  4. ^ Krishna, Murali (4 June 2019). "I am still in the game: Actor Havish". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 19 September 2019.
  5. ^ "'An engaging thriller'". 2 June 2019.
  6. ^ "Seven". Netflix. August 2019. Retrieved 5 September 2019.