Jeeva may refer to:
- Jeeva, P. Jeevanandham (1907–1963), Indian politician
- Jeeva (director) (1960–2007), Tamil Movie Director
- Jeeva (Telugu actor) (fl. since 1980), Indian
- Jiiva, (born 1984) Indian Tamil actor
- Lollu Sabha Jeeva, Lollu Sabha actor
- Jeeva (1986 film), Hindi film from India, starring Sanjay Dutt and Mandakini
- Jeeva (1988 film), Tamil film from India, starring Sathyaraj, Amala
- Jeeva (1995 film), from Pakistan
- Jeeva (2014 film), Tamil film from India, starring Vishnu, Sri Divya
- Jai Chiranjeeva, 2005 Telugu film
- Chiranjeevi, Indian film actor and politician
- Alternate spelling of Jiva, a concept in Hinduism and Jainism
Jeeva ( Urdu: ) is an Urdu Pakistani film directed by Syed Noor. It introduced Babar Ali and Resham into Lollywood and turned them into stars. The film was also acclaimed at the foreign festivals where it was screened. The shrine of Hazrat Ayub Ansari in Istanbul, Turkey was picturized in this film. Nadeem played the title role and two new faces were seen on silver screen, Resham and Babar Ali, but this film was a big milestone for playback singer Anwar Rafi who had been struggling to make a name for himself for many years and then finally had success in this film. Famous folk singer Shaukat Ali sang his only duet song with Madam Noor Jehan in this film.It was a Platinum Jubilee mega-hit movie of 1995 with superb music by music director M. Arshad.
Jeeva (; born 30 November 1952) is an Indian film actor from Andhra Pradesh who is known for his bit parts in Hindi and Telugu cinema. He has been working in films since 1984 and is well known for his negative roles in various Ram Gopal Varma films, particularly Satya (Jagga), Ab Tak Chhappan (Commissioner Suchak) and Sarkar (Swami Virendra).He has acted around 250 Movies in Telugu and Hindi.
V. Jeevananthan (, b. 15 March 1956) popularly known as Oviyar Jeeva (lit. Artist Jeeva) is a Tamil painter, film critic, art designer and writer from Tamil Nadu, India.
Jeeva is a 1986 Bollywood action thriller film starring Sanjay Dutt and Mandakini. The film is directed by Raj N Sippy and produced by his brother Romu N Sippy under the production house Rupam Pictures. The film did well when released and was the twelfth highest grossing hindi film of that year the soundtrack of the film contains the ever popular Roz Roz Aankhon Tale.
Jeeva is a 2014 Indian Tamil sports drama film written and directed by Suseenthiran, who also produces the film along with cinematographer R. Madhi and art director Rajeevan under the banner of Vennila Kabadi Team. The film features Vishnu and Sri Divya in the lead cast, while Lakshman Narayan plays a supporting role. Its music was composed by D. Imman, cinematography was handled by R. Madhi and editing was by Anthony L. Ruben, while dialogue was written by Santhosh. The film opened to positive reviews from critics in September 2014.
Jeeva is a 1988 Tamil film directed by Pratap K. Pothen, starring Sathyaraj and Amala in lead roles.