A kidnapped girl’s terrifying journey of survival.
Director: Harsh Warrdhan
Actors: Gyan Prakash, Ritika Singh, Samsher Singh Sam
Duration: 122 min
En Aasai Machan
Subramani (Murali), the college leader, falls in love with Meenakshi (Ranjitha), but she requests him to complete her challenges to accept his love. Subramani succeeds her challenges, and when she asks him to kiss her in public, he is arrested by a police officer (Radha Ravi). Aruchami (Vijayakanth), Subramani’s brother, the respected village chief, lives with Thayamma (Revathi).
In the past, Subramani’s mother died during Subramani’s childbirth. Aruchami and Thayamma got engaged when they were children. They stayed unmarried to take care of Subramani.
Subramani is later released from jail. Meenakshi’s uncle (Kazan Khan) wants to marry her, and he then beats up Aruchami. Later, Thayamma decides to work in Meenakshi’s house to spy on her. Meenakshi admits to Thayamma that she is in love with Subramani. Meenakshi’s uncle agrees for Meenakshi and Subramani’s marriage. Finally, Subramani and Meenakshi get married, but they discover that Thayamma has died.
An isolated tribe, living far from the modern world, battles both natural and man-made threats as it struggles for survival.
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a goalkeeper in school football team.Bannerjee a school cricket coach asks him to join his cricket team and practice daily with him for two hours time passes and he becomes a big state level cricketer but for a long time his luck doesn’t favor him to become a member of Indian Cricket team.Dhoni takes up a job in Indian Railways as a ticket checker and plays cricket for the railways after long wait of 4 years he gets selected in Indian Cricket team and turns to be one of the best cricketing captains in history of Indian Cricket.
The film begins with a narration on how India has been turned into a landfill site for domestic and foreign countries, with the countries dumping even ammunition waste onto Indian soil. In Delhi, Balusamy, aka Balu (Arya), a communist leader, is convicted by the court on counts of robbery, murder and treason is given death sentence. Despite Balu’s request to execute him as a martyr by shooting, the court orders that he be hanged within a month’s time by a professional executioner or hangman. He is escorted to a high security prison complex in Chennai by Macaulay (Shaam), an honest, law abiding police officer who is given the charge of monitoring him until his execution. The prison provides freedom to all prisoners, including Balu, to do whatever they want, as long as they do not cause unrest. Balu is instantly admired by the inmates for his patriotism and philosophy as well as his empathy with the inmates. They view him as a spokesperson to the prison officials on behalf of them.
The film’s story revolves around three cousins Arjun “Ajju” (Arya), Kannan “Kutty” (Bobby Simha), and Divya “Ammu” Raghavan (Sri Divya), who share a close bond since their childhood. Kutty is a software engineer whose heart and soul is back home in his village. Ajju, whose parents are divorced, is a bike mechanic who lives his life on his own terms. Ammu has completed her B.Com and aspires to do her MBA from IIM but is compelled to get married to workaholic corporate executive Shivaprasad “Prasad” (Rana Daggubati) because of her family astrologer’s dire predictions. After their wedding, Ammu moves to Bangalore as Prasad is settled there. Kutty too relocates to Bangalore for his job, while Ajju joins a biker gang as a mechanic in the same city.
36-year-old Vasanthi (Jyothika) is a UD clerk in the Revenue Department. Her husband Tamizhselvan (Rahman) works at All India Radio. Tamizhselvan aspires to emigrate to Ireland, but Vasanthi cannot accompany him as most Irish companies refuse her job applications because of her age being a problem. There is nothing interesting about her life; she leads a mundane life but she craves for a change.
One day, Vasanthi is summoned by the IG, Rajan (Nassar) to his office and she learns that the President of India would like to have a conversation with her. The meeting turns ends in disaster after she faints in front of the President and she becomes the subject of Facebook jokes and before long, she watches helplessly as her husband and daughter Mithila (Amritha Anil) fly away to Ireland.
The life of a youngster, who runs a small-scale soda factory, turns topsy-turvy after he meets with a horrific accident. Little does he realise that more troubles are awaiting him.
A retired sports-teacher and sports -enthusiast Vijay (60 yrs) from Nagpur, often comes across a bunch of teenage goons from nearby slums who hang around wasting their time in playing cards, fighting, smoking, robbing passersby. Vijay takes initiatives and introduces football to these slum-dwellers to channelize their energy positively. He wants to transform this set of goons into disciplined football players. its no mean task. Though there are many hurdles in transforming such undisciplined homeless bunch into a disciplined organized team, he perseveres. He believes that these homeless kids possess extraordinary skills and have potential. He believes they need to feel the validation and trust to become trustworthy themselves. He sacrifices a lot and continues the struggle against all odds. Vijay’s vision to transform these homeless children’s wretched life becomes a reality as he takes them at another level by entering into the world’s biggest football tournament – the “homeless Soccer”. The twists and turns, and turbulent times make the impossible possible.
Top Gun: Maverick
After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground him.