Singamugam is a 2010 Indian Tamil drama film directed by N. P. Ismail. The film features newcomers Haneefa, Dheepan and Dimple Rose in lead roles, with N. Khan, Harishankar, Kamalraj, S. Suguna, Sudalaiyandi, Poochi and Parvathi Nambiar playing supporting roles. The film, produced by Ayisha Parveen, had musical score by Aalwarshree and was released on 23 July 2010.
The film begins with Uma (Dimple Rose), after finishing her studies in the city, arriving in her village to live with her grandmother. Nandha (Dheepan) is a jobless youngster who spends his days roaming around with his friends whereas his elder brother Rajapandi (N. Khan) is the village bigwig and the manager of the village temple. The introverted and religious young man Neelakandan (Haneefa) lives at the village temple and he helps the temple priest (Sudalaiyandi) in his work. Neelakandan strictly follows the religious rules and he can be aggressive when someone breaks them. When Neelakandan was a child, he came to the village alone and slept in the temple, since that day Neelakandan lives there.