Royal decorum, even in modern India, is stringent. The old tenet of duties and honor, before emotions and love, still subsist. In order to conserve their prominence, the royals seek the wealthy for alliance, if they have exhausted their own kind. CHANDRA is a tale of a princess caught between the so called royal traditions and her simple uncomplicated heart. Through mature and gripping performances, the essence of love and values linger alongside melodious music, picturesque cinematography, witty comedy, and smooth rendition. The film sends the much needed message – love is above all, and it is only your heart that makes you a royal and not your wealth.
F3: Fun and Frustration
To not burden their impoverished parents, two siblings decide to share a pair of shoes after the brother loses the sister’s. While this turns out to be more difficult than they imagined but fate offers a chance in the form of a marathon.
The film opens with Thiruthani (Bharath) beating up men who cause trouble to his sister for celebrating Diwali. Duraipandi (Rajkiran), an ex-military officer, watches the fight along with many others. However, Duraipandi becomes furious when Thiruthani refuses to save an athlete from having his leg broken despite his pleas for help. It is here that Thiruthani justifies his actions saying that everyone stood watching as his unconscious mother was left locked up in a burning building for fear that they would be killed by the local rowdies. Meanwhile, Thiruthani falls for Sugeesha (Sunaina), an orphan who goal in life is to marry a person with a large family. Soon, Thiruthani gets involved in an accident causing severe damages to his skull. The doctor privately tells him that he would only live for six months. Unable to bear the thought of his family being depressed upon his death, he becomes harsh with them, believing this would make them hate him. Seeing this, Duraipandi advises that he should kill the local rowdies so that everyone can live peacefully and that he will not face jail as he is about to die. As time passes, Thiruthani becomes one of the most wanted criminals. Shocked at this news, the doctor informs Thiruthani that he lied only because of Duraipandi’s request. Furious, Thiruthani advances on Duraipandi only to find out that the latter has lost one leg in the Army. The climax shows Duraipandi taking the blame for the murders (as no one has seen Thiruthani) and getting shot.
Miracles from Heaven
A mother sea-turtle has to return to the waters leaving the eggs for nesting on the shore…. The nests are to be protected so that the newborn turtles can go into the deep waters on their own! Nonviolent, non-aggressive turtle is a metaphor and much more…..
Agastya (Akshay Kumar) is a scientist, working on the development of a communication system, to communicate with aliens. But Agastya loses the faith of his seniors and is allotted with a deadline of one month to conclude his project with some substantial results.
In the mean time Agastya is informed by his girlfriend Diva (Sonakshi Sinha) about his father’s illness. On hearing this they both reaches his native village Paglapur, whose colourful inhabitants include a man who speaks in gibberish, another who thinks he is a lamp post and everyone else who think that the World War II is still going on.