200: Halla Ho
Loosely based on a real incident, 200: Halla Ho is the story of women, terrorised by a mobster whose gang raped, robbed, terrorised and murdered 300 families for 15 years until he met his nemesis in a young Dalit girl.
Ma Si Ka
A youth in need for money to get his eye-sight back on track uses the keen observation skills his limited vision provides as consolation to his advantage as he blackmails his way past two suspects in the murder of a girl in his neighborhood. The story unravels to show if his purpose gets served and if the murderer is found guilty.
Sathya (Sibi Sathyaraj), who is working in Sydney, gets a voice call from his ex-lover Shweta (Remya Nambeesan). They worked in the same office and wanted to get married, but her father arranged an alliance with an entrepreneur named Gowtham (Siddhartha Shankar). Sathya leaves for India with the pretence of attending a marriage in their relatives’ household. He takes a car for hire from Babu Khan (Sathish), a travel agent. Sathya also takes a SIM card on his sister’s address and stays at Hotel Marriott.
Sathya meets Shweta at a restaurant and learns her five-year-old daughter Ria (Baby Sherin) is missing. Things went worse when none except Shweta believes that Riya exists. He also learns about Gowtham’s brother Bobby (Ravi Varma), a drug addict who regularly visits her home. Sathya begins an informal investigation which fails many times, but Babu saves him. Posing as Vasanth Menon, a police officer, Sathya meets Gowtham and learns the couple was childless. Gowtham recalls Shweta being attacked by two masked men to steal her car. He added that Shweta went into a coma and post recovery started telling that she had a five-year-old daughter named Ria.
The movie begins in Madurai where a young boy, Sakthi (Johnny), leads a happy life with his parents. A shocking incident changes his life: his parents are murdered by an anti-social. As Sakthi seeks revenge, he is arrested and sent to prison, where he is severely beaten by the guards. While in jail, he is befriended by four young criminals: Pandurangan aka Pandu (Nishanth), Prem Kumar aka Dabba (Theepetti Ganeshan), Mari (Thamizh) and Michael (Sandeep). When these hardcore criminals break loose from the prison, Sakthi follows them, and they help him take revenge on his parent’s killers. They take a train to Mumbai, where they plan to become big gangsters. But fate has other plans: they land at Renigunta, where they come across Bunker (Bunker), who acts as mediator between contract killers and clients.
Through Bunker, the boys get the acquaintance of Sardar, an influential don, who takes them seriously after a successful murder in the town. Meanwhile, Sakthi comes across a mute girl (Sanusha) in the neighbourhood. After a few encounters, romance blossoms between them. But the girl’s uncle plans to push her into flesh trade. Taking pity on Sakthi and the girl, his friends decide to help them elope, but only after they complete a final murder for Sardar.
But all plans go haywire when they execute their murder plans. Pandu is killed at the scene, and later Sakthi and Mari blame Sardar and Bunker for abandoning their friend. A fight breaks, and Mari is killed before Sakthi kills both Sardar and Bunker. Sakthi reunites with Dabba and Michael, but they are now chased by the police. He sends a message to his girlfriend, telling her to meet him at a train station so they can elope together. But while she is waiting for him there, the police finally finds the three boys. Michael and Dabba are killed, while Sakthi escapes. He runs and hides in a train, and as the train starts moving, believing no one can get hold of him, he leans out of the train door dreaming of his girlfriend. But as the train reaches a station, he is shot dead by a police officer. The film ends with the mute girl waiting for Sakthi at a railway station down the line.
A badass cop Vikram leads a special task force formed to eliminate a kickass Vedha’s gang running amok on the streets of Chennai, making a mockery of Law and Order. An encounter planned by a Vikram’s friend Simon, kills Vedha’s trusted aides and brings him out of hiding. Vedha lays his clutch on Vikram and engages in a disturbing mind game of sorts which results in a quest to reveal the truth behind that fateful encounter.