The film is set in North Madras area where a Settu (Atul Kulkarni) used to employ Guna (Sampath Raj) for car seizure before he is double crossed by Burma (Michael Thangadurai), who takes over the hot-seat. Burma is aided by his girlfriend Kalpana (Reshmi Menon) and sidekick Boomer (Karthik Sabesh). Their mission is to seize 28 cars for Settu and raise money so that Burma can marry Kalpana. Meanwhile another gang of robbers led by a lady killer gets involved, leading to chase, abduction, double cross and killing.
Director: Dharani Dharan
Actors: Atul Kulkarni, Michael Thangadurai, Reshmi Menon
Circumstances push a bus conductor behind the wheel and what follows is death and chaos.
A group of youngsters takes it upon themselves to bridge the gap between the rich and poor. They uphold the issue of slum dwellers which involves collecting a large sum of money. Will they succeed?
Oh My Ghost
When a single women and her two friends reaches in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original Ghost and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind
Ka Ka Ka: Aabathin Arikuri is an Indian romantic-horror film directed by Manon and starring Ashok, Meghashree, Sangeetha Bhat, and Kiran Pattikonda. The film was simultaneously shot in Tamil and Telugu as Kaki: Sound of Warning, which released in 2015.
Unnaruke Naan Irunthal
R. Parthiban plays a die hard fan of Rambha and a self-interest governed taxi driver whose name is never revealed throughout the movie. Meena plays Mahalakshimi, the daughter of a “zamindar” who has lost all his money due to financial troubles; his death leaves Mahalakshimi with a lot of debts (over two lakhs worth). Parthipan is the taxi driver that drives Meena’s dead father’s corpse back to her hometown. There, the people that Mahalakshimi is now indebted to by Anand Raj who torture Mahalakshimi with cruel words for being unable to pay the debt. Later Parthiban helps her out by giving his taxi in replace to Meena’s debt to save her at the point of time. But the twist in the movie is that Parthiban irritates Meena, though unwillingly, to get back his taxi as soon as possible. In the later part Meena will fall in love with Parthiban for his continuous help and support towards Meena. At that time Parthiban’s dream girl Actress Rambha comes for shooting in that palace, which makes Meena very angry and jealous as all his attention has been diverted to Rambha. At the end of shooting, Rambha tries to talk Parthiban and Meena and makes them realise their love for each other. But Meena never sees any sign of Parthiban loving her and thus accepts to marry the villain (Anand Raj’s) son to get back Parthiban’s taxi and settle her debt. Eventually, Parthiban realises his love for Meena and tries to stop the wedding as the groom is also a bad guy who cheated Manorama’s daughter. Finally the movie ends on a happy note with Meena getting back all her money and property and leading a happy life with Parthiban.
Enakku Innoru Per Irukku
Johny (G. V. Prakash Kumar) is a happy-go-lucky guy who is mistaken as a notorious gangster by his lover Hema’s (Anandhi) father Dass (Saravanan) aka Naina, an ageing gangster who wants a person to replace him as the Naina in Royapuram and become his son-in-law. Johny has a disease which causes him to repeat his previous words if he sees blood. How Johny eliminates his rivals and becomes the next Naina forms the rest of the story.
Mahesh (Vidharth) is a thug in Thanjavur whose only ambition is to emerge as the Number 1 rowdy with his name topping the list of wanted criminals in the local police station. He is called ‘Yamakunji’ (junior lord of dead) by his friends, for he wants to send fear in the spine of his opponents. He indulges in all unlawful activities to achieve his mission. For his mother (Kalairani), he is the best son on earth. She earns her livelihood running an idly shop. Mahesh meets Mythili (Kavitha Nair), a school student and daughter of a bus conductor Ponnusamy (Ilavarasu). Mythili falls for him; however, Ponnusamy opposes their affair. Things take a turn when Karuppu Balu (Kishore), the number one rowdy in the area, comes out of jail. Mahesh incurs the wrath of the aspiring MLA for no fault of his. Things take a turn when Mythili elopes from her house and Mahesh is forced to kill Balu. The movie ends with a strong message.