A young man is spoilt to the hilt by his father due to which he leads a wayward life. At one point in time he finds love and reforms, hopefully for the best. But destiny has other plans in store.
Living with her snobby family on the brink of bankruptcy, Anne Elliot is an unconforming woman with modern sensibilities. When Fredrick Wentworth the dashing one she once sent away crashes back into her life, Anne must choose between putting the past behind her or listening to her heart when it comes to second chances.
Phoonk 1 ends with the killing of Madhu, the woman who casts a black magic spell on Rajiv’s daughter Raksha. Phoonk 2 begins with Madhu’s ghost returning from the grave to seek revenge on the family. On bagging a new construction project, Rajiv moves with his family to a new place. Raksha and Rohan begin exploring the new place and the surroundings- the lonely beach and then the woods behind the house. The terror begins with Raksha and Rohan finding a doll in the woods and then it progresses to a series of highly traumatising experiences for the whole family. Manja, the only man whom Rajiv could turn to, meets a gruesome death at the hands of the black magic woman Madhu’s ghost, who has risen from the grave to avenge her own death… to seek vengeance on Rajiv, by torturing his loved ones- his wife Arati and their children, Raksha and Rohan in unimaginably cruel ways. Phoonk 2 captures the fear of a family caught hostage to a murderous, animalistic spirit seeking revenge by brutally …
Sharat Kumar wants to become a high ranking policeman and is also a hard working man who fights against bad people. But Sharat Kumar’s father doesn’t like Sharat fighting with people and always quarrels with him to not interfere in other people’s problems. Sharat, while travelling in a bus, saves Heera from bad people. Heera gets a file of Sharat in the bus and later goes to Sharat’s house to return the file. Heera finds out that she was the school time girlfriend of Sharat and knows Sharat’s father who used to give food to anybody who came to his house. Heera tries to learn cooking and help Sharat’s father, but spoils the whole kitchen. Sharat and Heera falls in love and marry. Meanwhile, Sharat gets appointed as a commissioner and tries to deal with a riot. During the riot, Sharat shoots at an innocent man who accidentally came in the front of the riot. The news comes in the newspapers. Sharat’s father, after reading the news, goes the area where the victim lived with his wife. Sharat’s father helps the victim’s wife Sharanya and her child. Sharat, now staying in another house, finds his father is missing from the house. Sharat encounters a new politician enemy who was behind the previous riot, which made Sharat kill the innocent man. Sharat’s father and Sharanya become witnesses for a policeman’s death due to rowdies of the politician. Sharat, investigating the policeman’s death, finds out evidence to the killing of an old man and Sharanya, but doesn’t know his father is the witness. Sharat enters Sharanya’s house and accidentally finds out his father is living with Sharanya and he while leaving the area, gets attacked by rowdies of the politician. Now Sharat’s father helps in hospital and takes care of Sharat. Later all of them stay in one place. Now at night, the politician and his rowdies try to kill Sharat’s family. During the attack, the house’s electricity goes off. Sharat also enters finally to the house and a fight in the darkness happens, with Sharat finally defeating the politician villain and his rowdies.
Kamali from Nadukkaveri
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.
Debutant director Julien Prakash’s ‘Ilami’ has the potential of becoming one such rare gem. The film starts with the author’s narration of the history of Jallikattu and how it was an integral part Tamil’s living in a particular locality. The story is set in the 18th century (1715 AD).