When the violence of a drug war becomes all too personal, a troubled Special Forces veteran seeks bloody revenge against criminals.
Director: Ara Paiaya
Actors: Jerry Anderson, Lou Ferrigno, Tania Staite
Country: United Kingdom
Duration: 84 min
An orphan soldier, Lieutenant Ram’s life changes, after he gets a letter from a girl named Sita. He meets her and love blossoms between them. When he comes back to his camp in Kashmir, he sends a letter to Sita which won’t reach her.
A guy who gets a face transplant done, following a fire accident, realises many are after his life. He sets out to find the reason for the same.
Koottam is about the Naxalites, the police, some politicians and the connections between all of them.
A sequel to mystic thriller Karthikeya, which deals with the personal problems of Karthik and how he comes out of them. His pursuit of the truth leads him to find out the power of Indian ancient system and Tatva of Lord
Oru Melliya Kodu
The film, however, follows familiar pattern of Spanish original, wherein a corpse mysteriously disappears from the city morgue. This leads to summoning of police officer to investigate the case of missing body. As usual needle of suspicion falls on woman’s husband. While Spanish film is noir genre cinema, Ramesh’s Game with its taut and gripping screenplay, is aptly tailored to suit the Indian audience’s palate. How, no-nonsense, smart cop Sharath Chandra unravels the truth; whether high profile lady Maya, has been murdered, is it a case of catalepsy, or case of drunken driving, hit and run, behind it, forms the fulcrum of eerie and edgy Game set in specially constructed forensic lab.
The Burning Sea
Meiporul is a suspense, thriller movie, story revolves around a murder which takes place in an office, and soon suspicion and blame game follows.
Conjoined twins Vimalan and Akhilan involve themselves in a series of deaths involving their father’s company. However, the truths that they initially uncover lead to a bigger conspiracy, one that spans across the globe.
Bhudevipuram has a long history of families warring over ancestral property. However, when its headman’s family falls into the same trap, his younger son decides to break the village’s age-old legacy.
Auto-rickshaw driver Manickam (Rajnikant) is a do-gooder who avoids violence at all costs. Manickam romances rich kid Nagma, whose father is a criminal, and knows a dirty secret about his would-be son-in-law. Manickam’s brother, a righteous police officer gets into trouble with the local goons, triggering a set of events that revive Manickam’s old self.