A dark psychological thriller which follows a couple who find themselves in a hit and run situation, with the evidence suggesting there was no accident.
The Girl on the Train
Monica O My Darling
Bujji Ila Raa
A deputy superintendent of police (DSP) and his two subordinates are on a mission to hunt down a psychotic serial killer, whose murder patterns and method are always so flawless and ironclad. The investigation leads the trio down the dark paths of the case, where they discover a haunting secret.
Hero Vijay played by Mathivanan relocates to Australia as a result of his job transfer. There he meets an Australian girl, Emily played by Melissa and falls in love. Meanwhile, Australian Police are in search of Emily who is claimed to be missing for the past 10 days. Meantime, Police find Emily’s dead body who was killed and buried in Vijay’s garden and hence he is arrested. Emily’s postmortem report says that she was murdered and was buried. Further it shocks the police as they find that Vijay had actually arrived at Australia, a day after Emily’s murder. As a result, Vijay is released by the police. Following which, Vijay is all set himself to find about Emily, that who was she actually, who would have murdered her and what would have been the reason behind it, how is it possible for a dead girl to meet and speak wit him.. Finally, all these investigations result to unfold many interesting and shocking informations.
Poisoned by the potent and deadly mix of synthetic drugs called “The Beijing Cocktail” for getting in the way of the Triads, the tough-as-nails British hitman living in Los Angeles, Chev Chelios, wakes up with a terrible headache. With less than an hour to live, Chev will have to use all the help he can get from his doctor, and use every trick in the book, to consistently keep his heart rate up so that the adrenaline in his bloodstream staves off the effects of the deadly toxin. Now, his heart is pounding faster than any other human being, and as Chelios darts across the city’s streets in search of an antidote and the arrogant criminal, Ricky Verona, to exact his revenge, he finds himself compelled to pick fights with no-nonsense drug dealers, murderous assassins, and an army of thugs. But, can Chelios stay alive long enough to protect those he loves, and make it through the day?
Right Yaaa Wrong
Right Yaaa Wrong is a story of two cops, Ajay (Sunny Deol) and Vinay (Irrfan Khan), where an intense rivalry leads them on a battle for supremacy.
Ajay and Vinay are best friends. Ajay’s wife (Isha Koppikar) is found brutally murdered. Ajay is the prime suspect and Vinay is handed the case. Unsure what to do, either help his best friend or achieve a higher position in his job, Vinay goes against Ajay. By this time, Radhika (Konkana Sen Sharma), Vinay’s younger sister, becomes Ajay’s lawyer, and is Ajay’s only support.
Ravi (Ravi Teja) works as a collection agent of ICICI in Bangalore and leads a happy life along with his friends and his father Mohan Rao (Prakash Raj) who wishes to see Ravi married to a girl soon. Once Ravi rushes to a Hospital where his friend (‘Satyam’ Rajesh) is admitted as he tried to commit suicide by drinking nail polish solution and asks the reason for it. Then he describes about the traits of Shruti (Shruti Haasan) and her uncle Crazy Mohan (Brahmanandam). The duo have a habit of cheating gullible young men including his friend and Ravi decides to teach them a lesson. Ravi enters their life as a gullible youngster and starts torturing them. Crazy Mohan’s plans and attempts always go in vain before him. As a part of their cunning plans, Crazy Mohan advises Shruti to ask Ravi to marry her. As fate would have it, Ravi also comes with a marriage proposal to Shruti. Then the pair approach Mohan Rao and tell him that Ravi is in love with Shruti and that he proposed to her.
In 1990, in Tadipatri village, a son hires people to kill his own father and ends up getting killed himself. S.I Lenin who investigates these murders, uncovers that when consumed by jealousy, lust and greed, even families can turn lethal.