Aaya Vada Sutta Kathai
A gang of four drug dealers hides out in an apartment, and four youngsters, who are in need of cash, plot to loot their money. A suspended cop, who resides in the same apartment, hears their plan and decides to get the money for himself.
Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga
Rangarajan (Parthiepan) is a physically challenged cab driver and he is also involved in real estate business to earn that extra money for his family. Since Rangarajan can converse in English, his manager (Singampuli) sends him to receive foreign clients and on one such incident, he meets an NRI named Kevin (Shanthanu). Rangarajan helps Kevin who wants a “homely atmosphere” to hire a private bungalow and gets his beautiful young wife Mohini (Parvathy Nair) to cook and do the housekeeping. During his brief stay in India, Kevin understands that Rangarajan is an alcoholic and the young Mohini is not in any way “satisfied with the old man”. This creates confusion in the mind of Kevin who falls for her and is led up the garden path.
Ambujakshi alias “Ambu” (Trisha), a film actress, arrives in Europe to spend the vacations with her friend Deepa (Sangeetha), a divorcee and her two children. While going in a taxi, Ambu recalls an early incident regarding her ex-boyfriend Madhanagopal alias Madhan (Madhavan), a wealthy entrepreneur: Three years ago, she was shooting for a film with actor Suriya in a bright park and Madhan was suspicious of her relationship with the actor. While returning, he lets Ambu drive his new car. Madhan advised Ambu to stop acting, but Ambu claimed it as her profession which she cannot give up, leading to an argument that caused their car to crash near a rock. At the same time they blamed a small white car that just passed by, to be the reason for the crash. Unable to bear any more arguments, Ambu broke her relationship with Madhan and walked away.
Oru Kal Oru Kannadi
One morning in his house, Saravanan receives his ex-girlfriend Meera’s wedding invitation. He and his friend Paarthasarathy aka Paartha leave for Pondicherry to attend the wedding via car. En route, Saravanan recollects his past: He was a ruthless youth working in a film theatre with Paartha. He lives with his parents; his father, Varadharajan, who is educated and works as a college professor and his mother, Shenbagam, who is uneducated and is trying to pass an exam, just to get her college degree. One day in traffic, he sees Meera, a girl training to be an air hostess and falls for her on site. He follows her to a cloth shop and also to her Air Hostess class. He saw her house and he and Partha go to her house, as Meera calls them. There, Meera threatens Saravanan by showing her father’s photo, who is a Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Mahendra Kumar. But still, Saravanan follows her and asks her to love him. Meera takes him to Mahendra Kumar’s office and he asks Saravanan to stop following Meera. Meera tells Saravanan that she has some qualifications required by her lover like shaving regularly, dressing well, breaking his friendship with Paartha, coming on time, etc. Saravanan tells this to Partha and Partha asks him if he or Meera is best for him. Saravanan tells him Meera is more important to him than Paartha, causing a break between Saravanan’s and Paartha’s friendship.
Later, Saravanan joins Paartha’s broken love and asks him to rejoin his love. Partha agrees and then they go to Mumbai, following Meera in a flight. There, Meera alas tells him that she loves Saravanan. After some months, Meera calls Saravanan once, but he does not pick up the phone and tells Paartha that Meera is not his real love and it is all nothing, but a drama. But, he really said that for fun. But, Paartha had accidentally switched on the phone while Saravanan told him all this. Meera, mistaking him for intentionally misusing her, comes there and breaks their love. Now, at Pondicherry, during Meera’s marriage, both Saravanan and Partha end up drunk and tell a small story, in a comical way describing the broken love of Saravanan and Meera. Just as the marriage is going to happen, Rajini Murugan, a local don, comes there with a pregnant girl and his girlfriend and reveals that Meera’s groom has a girlfriend, who is pregnant by him and that the girl Rajini Murugan is with, is that girl. The groom admits to his mistake and reunites with his old girlfriend. Saravanan and Paartha walk off the marriage hall, just then Meera comes and hugs Saravanan, hence reuniting with him.
Srinivas (Ravi Teja) is very popular in his village as Dubai Seenu. He has dreams of going to Dubai to earn lots of money. However, Seenu and his friends reach Mumbai get cheated by a fraudster Nagalingam (Venu Madhav). After realizing that they were cheated, the friends start a Pav Bhaji center with the help of Patnaik (Krishna Bhagavaan), who is also a fraudster.
Madhumati (Nayantara), who was working as an RJ, goes to Mumbai in search of her brother. Seenu meets Madhu in a local train and loses his heart. Luckily, she surfaces right before his Pav Bhaji center. Seenu dares to propose his love, but Madhu does not reply and disappears. While Seenu was in search of Madhu, he meets Chakri (J. D. Chakravarthy). In fact, Seenu helps Chakri, who loved Puja (Neha Bamb), and got them married. Chakri and Puja promise Seenu to help him to go to Dubai. They make all arrangements. They too plan to return to Hyderabad to repay the loan borrowed by Chakri’s father for his education. Just before leaving the office, Neha finds that their boss is none other than Jinna Bhai (Sushant Singh) the most wanted mafia don in India.
Modern Love Mumbai S01
The Suicide Squad
Supervillains Harley Quinn, Bloodsport, Peacemaker and a collection of nutty cons at Belle Reve prison join the super-secret, super-shady Task Force X as they are dropped off at the remote, enemy-infused island of Corto Maltese.
Adra Machan Visilu
The plot revolves around Shekhar (Shiva) from Madurai who is ardent fan of powerstar, the superstar. it depicts the extent to which fans can go in their adulation. Shekhars longtime girlfriend Devi (Naina sarwar) caters to his financial needs.
Radha Krishna (Sharwanand) has had a high opinion about police ever since he was a child. A B-grade Lord Krishna devotee, he grows up to be a cop because he believes that cops are the modern-day saviors the Bhagawad Gita might have talked about.