Baasha dies just few days before the assembly by-Election for Mylapore constituency while the election campaign by the political parties are in full swing. Various obstacles faced to bury the deceased are revealed.
Dinakaran (Dinesh) is a roadside Romeo who feels infatuated by girls, who smile at him. The true romance is something that still eludes him. His luck with other girls are too futile. Will Dinesh find his true love in Poornima (Nanditha), the girl who had rejected him once, is now back in his life? The film is directed by Pa. Ranjith, former assistant of well-known film maker Venkat Prabhu.
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.
The story opens in the British India reign, where a British man and porter are trying to catch a ferry. On the way, however, one of the suitcases being carried by the porter falls and opens, revealing many diamonds. The porter steals some of the diamonds and sends the gentleman on his way. He hides these diamonds in a trunk, which he buries near a temple in the Gulaebaghavali village. The story then shifts to 2018, where Badri (Prabhu Deva) and his boss Nambi (Mansoor Ali Khan) perform petty thefts. While at a pub, Badri spots Viji (Hansika Motwani) and falls for her. Soon, Badri unknowingly accepts to steal a priceless statue from the temple at Gulaebagavali and runs into Viji. The duo escapes from the villagers. With some help from Munish (Ramdoss) and Maasha (Revathi), they steal the trunk, which reveals a skeleton. After a lot of confusion, the trunk is delivered, where it is revealed that the diamonds are stored in the skeleton. The police comes to the spot and finds that the diamonds were very valuable. After they escape from the police, it is revealed that during the fight, a hand of the skeleton fell in Maasha’s car. On finding this out and how Maasha tried to deceive the other three, the trio chases her. A parallel storyline involves Mayilvaganam (Sathyan) and a don Annachi (Rajendran), which culminates in the climax.
Set in the forests of Arunachal, Bhediya is a story of Bhaskar, a man who gets bitten by a wolf, and begins to transform into the creature. As Bhaskar and his buddies try to find answers, a bunch of twists, turns, and laughs ensue.
Podhuvaga Emmanasu Thangam
Two villages in the southern suburbs of Theni share the same God as their “Kula Dheivam”, and the idol is to be shared between them during festivals.
Oothukattaan is a rich big shot in his village. He has a grudge against the other village as he was insulted by them a long time ago. Since then, he promised himself to keep the God’s idol in his village. In order to destroy the neighboring village, he plans to evacuate the entire village population. He uses his power and wealth to stop government projects and welfare facilities from reaching the other village and make it a barren land, which forces people to evacuate and move to other places in search of livelihood. He helps the jobless youths in that village get jobs in neighboring cities, thus reducing the population of the other village.
Kasu Mela Kasu
Periyasamy (Mayilsamy), an idler, hopes to enjoy life as a rich man by making his son, Murali (Sharuk) woo Mynaa (Gayathri), who, he thinks, is the daughter of a wealthy jeweller. Little does he realise that Mynaa is actually the daughter of a beggar.
Thiruchitrambalam lives with his father and his grandfather. He blames his father for the loss of his mother and sister and is not on good terms with his father. Meanwhile, his love life is not so successful.