Furious that her late father only willed her his gloomy-looking mansion rather than his millions, Carrigan Crittenden is ready to burn the place to the ground when she discovers a map to a treasure hidden in the house. But when she enters the rickety mansion to seek her claim, she is frightened away by a wicked wave of ghosts. Determined to get her hands on this hidden fortune, she hires afterlife therapist Dr. James Harvey to exorcise the ghosts from the mansion. Harvey and his daughter Kat move in, and soon Kat meets Casper, the ghost of a young boy who’s “the friendliest ghost you know.” But not so friendly are Casper’s uncles–Stretch, Fatso and Stinkie–who are determined to drive all “fleshies” away. Ultimately, it is up to Harvey and Kat to help the ghosts cross over to the other side.
Genre: Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director: Brad Silberling
Actors: Bill Pullman, Cathy Moriarty, Christina Ricci
The movie is directed by Kalyaan Dev and featured Yogi Babu, Dileepan, George Vijay Nelson and Reddin Kingsley as lead characters. Other popular actor who was roped in for Repeat Shoe is Semmalar Annam.
It is a hilarious film in which the hero is a wedding planner. He incurs losses because of the heroine, who employs him at one point. She wants him to stop her wedding to a guy, who her parents approve, by saying that their horoscopes do not match. However, the hero double-crosses her when he gets to know that the bridegroom is willing to offer him more money to ensure that the wedding happens. Later, as the arrangements for the wedding are on, he realises the wicked nature of the bridegroom and decides to stop the wedding with the help of his family members. How his family comprising his mom and uncle, help him stop the wedding is what the film is about.
Chulbul Pandey encounters an enemy from his past, and his origin story as the fearless cop unfolds.
The Great Indian Kitchen
The Great Indian Kitchen has stayed true to its original, and we have nothing to complain about its execution.
The story begins with a wedding having the bride, but the groom Guru (Chaams) is missing. The bride then decides to call Guru’s friend, Billa (Vinay Rai), who does not know where Guru is. A flashback then begins.
Running away from their lives due to various problems involving them, Billa, Ranga (Sathyan Sivakumar), and Kochadaiyaan (Aravind Akash), who are good friends, decide to live a bachelor life. However, before they head off, they decide to invite their good friend Guru. Despite the fact that Guru’s wedding is in a few days time, he decides to join in the gang. The four friends then take an oath to live a bachelor’s life and not reveal the truth that they are married. When they reach the city of Bangalore, they approach Charles (Premgi Amaren), a college mate of theirs who is now a multimillionaire. Charles at first was scared of them as the four of them teased him in college. After a change of mind, he decides to help them live their bachelor’s life and bring them to a party. At the party, they see a model Sanjana (Lakshmi Rai), who danced with them. After the party, Charles brings them to a private condominium where they stay. At the condo, they see Sanjana. The four of them try their best ways to get Sanjana as their girlfriend.
Raasaiyya (Prabhu Deva) lives with his grandfather, Shyamsunder (Vijayakumar), a kind-hearted and honest man in a small town in rural Southern India. Shyamsunder is very easy-going and permits Raasaiyya in indulge in all kinds of precocious activities. When young and beautiful Anita (Roja) comes to stay for a few days with Shyamsunder, both Raasaiyya and she fall in love with each other, and would like to get married. But Raasaiyya is unable to assert himself, and Anita’s marriage is arranged with a U.S. settled groom. Shyamsunder would like to present a decent dowry for Anita, which includes a priceless diamond necklace. Unable to bear his separation from his sweetheart, Raasaiyya decides to tell Shyamsunder about this, but before he could do so, he finds out that his biological mother, Madhavi (Raadhika), is still alive, but will not have anything to do with him. Watch what happens when Raasaiyya finally meets her and finds out the secret why she abandoned him in his childhood.
A story of a private investigator that accidently becomes a vigilante and he tries to save his friend and his family that was abducted by a dangerous militant group that was going to release a chemical bomb. Did he manage to save everyone in the end?
Deewane Huye Paagal
Karan (Shahid Kapoor) is a shy and nerdy canteen boy and college student, running a café with his friend Murugan (Johnny Lever), and Tanya (Rimi Sen) is a student in the same college. She is the most popular girl on campus. Karan is in love with Tanya but is too shy to tell her. After he musters some courage and rescues her step-brother from some goons, he catches her attention and is eventually able to invite her to a fake birthday party. On her way there, Tanya witnesses the murder of a scientist, Khurana (Om Puri) by his evil twin brother, the underworld don Mehboob, and as a result is forced to flee the country to save her own life, since the law had been bought out by the very same killers. The scientist had stored a secret code in a stuffed toy, a parrot, now being sought by Mehboob, and Khurana was able to hide the toy in Tanya’s car before being killed. Unawares, Tanya leaves the toy at home before fleeing the country, and the toy is later picked up by Karan, ignorant of Tanya’s fate.
Two police trainees witness the kidnapping of a girl one night on their way home. Unable to get help from the local police and determined to rescue the girl, they set out on their own amateur investigation.
Bhoopathy (Vijay) is a happy-go-lucky person who is very relaxed in life, as shown when he falls asleep in a train and misses his station. He goes to Villivakkam in search of Vishwanathan (Nassar), who is his father Mani’s (Manivannan) best friend. Kattabomman (Vadivelu) is Vishwanathan’s assistant who torments Bhoopathy right from the day they meet. Vishwanathan’s first daughter Priya (Sneha) initially hates Bhoopathy, and they are at constant loggerheads at each other. When Priya’s aunt (Suhasini Maniratnam) is going to leave, they again fight and the same old revenge story takes place. Soon, however, Priya falls for Bhoopathy. When Bhoopathy comes to know about this, he is reminded of his father’s words that he should not make him ask forgiveness to his friend under any circumstances. Although Bhoopathy also likes Priya, he controls his emotions and keeps silent. He tries to leave but is caught by Vishwanathan and is forced to come back. Priya receives a call from her friend to come to her wedding. On the insistence of Priya’s younger sister, Vishwanathan sends Bhoopathy along with them. There the groom Sriman (Sriman) makes him drunk and he reveals his feelings about Priya. They become friends soon. Then they all go to Black Thunder and a photographer (Pandiarajan) they meet takes a photo of Bhoopathy and Priya holding hands.