Djibouti is a 2021 Indian Malayalam-language action thriller film co-written and directed by S. J. Sinu. The film stars Amith Chakalakkal, Shagun Jaswal, Dileesh Pothan, Jacob Gregory, Biju Sopanam, and Anjali Nair.
The film was shot extensively in the forests of Thanjavur, Mysore and Sathyamangalam. Actress Shammu was the only professional actress to be cast in the film and Sunil Kumar prepared for his role by standing for hours under the sun to sport a tan as well as learning the basics of different forms of martial arts. It became the actress’s final film before she left the film industry to complete her education. Members of the Irula tribe also acted in the film.
‘Mahaan Kanakku’ is a quality entertainer that graced Tamil cinema in recent times. The film stars Ramana and Richa Sinha in the lead roles and is helmed by Sampath, with music by AK Rishal Sai. Norway Tamil Film Festival – Tamilar Awards 2012 The film Mahaan Kanakku is about one problem that most people from the middle class have faced directly or indirectly. The issue is how the private banks in the country take ride on their customers, who are put to untold miseries. Ramana plays a MBA graduate who wages a battle against them. Filmmaker Sampath Arumugham seems to have gone the Shankar way in his maiden venture Mahaan Kanakku. In a nutshell, it is an individual’s crusade against the alleged high-handedness of some private banks in the country that fleece the borrowers in the name of interest. He has not made it very preachy. Ramana’s patience and perseverance seems to have been rewarded with Mahaan Kanakku. Check out the Tamil Movie Review – Mahaan Kanakku Jeeva (Ramana) is a happy-go-lucky youngster. He leads a contended life in Coimbatore with his siter Janaki (Devadarshini) and her husband Vardharajan (Srinath). For Jeeva’s higher education, Varadharajan obtains loand from OCOC bank. Though he repays the loan, for no reason he is harassed by bank officials and collection agents. He is humiliated by them at his workplace and his residence too. Unable to bear their tortures, Varadharajan commits suicide with his family. Only after their death, Jeeva comes to know about the incident. He now vows to teach these private banks a lesson. Jeeva lands in Chennai with a mission now. He fakes his identity and uses all loopholes in the legal systems and borrows huge money from banks. One fine day without repaying them, he disappears. Ow the bank officials run behind him. Eventually he is caught and brought to a special court where he throws light on the attractiveness of these banks and gives a call that private banks be nationalized for they have spelt doom on many families. The director deserves praise for his guts to handle such serious theme. But at no point it goes preachy or dull. His crisp dialogues add strength. Three cheers to the filmmaker for handling a theme like this. He promises a lot and hopefully delivers more in days to come
Raj Singh Puri is best friends with L.K. Malhotra, who is the younger brother of J.K. Malhotra. The brothers are business tycoons and Raj works in their company.
Raj has three daughters. Their mother, Shalini Singh Puri, died in an accident while shopping. The first one, Avantika, gets married through arrangement. The second one, Sania, marries her lover, even though Raj said the family will not fit with their lifestyle and how they’re brought up. The last, Isha, doesn’t believe in love. After a few weeks at her in-laws, the second daughter (Sania) returns home asking for divorce. After this, Raj becomes strictly against love and relationships.
Nakul a 25 year old in relationship with Renne and soon plan to marry .His father Jeetender Kaushik works for railways while mother Priyamvada is housewife whose always taunted by his grandmother.When Nakul finds that his mother is pregnant at the age when Nakul is about to marry he starts to avoid their parents ,friends and society.
J. C. Daniel
CELLULOID depicts the life and times of Dr J.C. DANIEL, the pioneer of Malayalam cinema. A story panning over 70 years between 1926 and 2000, CELLULOID tells the story of how Daniel made the first Malayalam motion picture. ‘VIGATHAKUMARAN’ . Celluloid further follows the demise of J.C Daniel since this incident, and covers his life story to his death bed. How he died without being recognized for his work, as he did not have a single piece of film roll to prove he had actually made such a film. In a day and age, when films are everything that is glamorous about our society, it’s a worthwhile look back at the man who started it all.