Rameswaram is a Tamil film directed by S. Selvam and produced by S. N. Raja. Jiiva played the male protagonist while Bhavana is played his ladylove. Manivannan, Lal and Karunas also had key roles in the film.
The shooting of the film finished in September 2007, with shooting locations were canned in India and in Sri Lanka, for the picturization of a portion. The film released worldwide on 30 November 2007 and met with positive reviews. However, commercially the film did not do very well.
Vasanthi (Bhavana) is the daughter of the big man (Lal), who does a lot of help for the refugees.
Bhavana instantly falls for Jeevan (Jiiva), a Tamil refugee, staying in the camp in Rameswaram. Jeeva, nurturing a dream to go back to his home land, keeps on discouraging the girl, who is stubborn in her love. Jeevan’s heart, influenced by the pure love of the girl, starts melting slowly.
Enters Bose Venkat, the cousin of Vasanthi with full of dreams to marry his childhood sweetheart. He joins as an Inspector in the local police station. The whole family is eagerly awaiting their marriage.
Problem arises when the family comes to know about the love. The inspector and his uncle try to eliminate the boy. They keep on troubling him without much success.
Meanwhile the refugees get a chance to go back and Jeevan has to go with them. He promises Vasanthi that he would come back to marry her. The family is determined to stop him. Vasanthi decides to end her life if Jeevan doesn’t turn up.