Jk Enum Nanbanin Vaazhkkai
Jayakumar -‘JK’ in short, is that typical young man of this generation who cares more for worldly pleasures such as girls and parties, has scant respect for his family and spends most of ..
The story unfolds in a dry barren village. Anbukkarasu (Kishore), the protagonist who wants to excel in his life as a Collector and is an encouraging child, comes across Jeevanandam (Sree Raam), the son of the school teacher Chokkalingam(JayaPrakash), on the first day of school. Jeeva develops instant dislike for Anbu. The good-hearted Anbu tries to befriend Jeeva. However, Jeeva continues to hate Anbu with a passion. Enter Manonmani (Dharini), Jeeva’s cousin, who develops affinity towards Anbu. This only makes Jeeva detest Anbu further. Not only Anbu excels in academics but also in extracurricular activities, contributes to widening the rift between the two.Anbu’s parents have different opinions at Life which develops fight between them and also turns out to be a positive for Jeeva to hurt Anbu further.
“National” Selvam is a small-time photographer who lives with his father “National” Shanmugham. They run a digital photography studio in their small town. Next to the studio is a flex-board printing shop owned by Selvam’s friend Sadha. His assistant Vigadakavi is a photoshop wizard who designs the flex-boards. Selvam is in a relationship with Shenbaghavalli, his high school sweetheart.
Vikramadhitya is a wealthy entrepreneur who owns a group of businesses. In Paris, a paragliding accident leaves him a quadriplegic. To ensure his girlfriend Nandini’s happiness, Vikramadhitya’s friend and legal adviser, Prasad, conveys a message on his behalf that he is not interested in marrying her.
Five years later, Vikramadhitya leads a hopeless life with his secretary Keerthi, his cook Lakshmi, and a few servants. He and Keerthi interview candidates for a caretaker position; many seem pretentious and manipulative. Seenu, a paroled convict, applies for the job in accordance with his lawyer’s (Lingam) advice; the job would prove to the court that Seenu is leading a law-abiding life, closing his case. He is detested by his mother (a railway clerk) and his siblings, Swathi and Kanna.
Pillayar Theru Kadasividu
Ganesan (Jithan Ramesh) is a happy-go-lucky youth in a village. A great admirer of actor-director T. Rajendar, he spends time with his friends, such as Soori and a few others. This is ridiculed by his father (Jayaprakash). Ganesh’s life takes a turn when he comes across Sandhya (Sanchita Padukone). She is a friend of his sister, who comes on a vacation to the village. He admires her beauty and falls for her. When Ganesh gathers guts to open his heart to Sandhya, enters Valli (Suhasini), Ganesh’s uncle’s (Ilavarasu) daughter. Fearing her father will get her married to a local goon Durai (Bose Venkat), she decides to marry Ganesh. Suddenly, Sandhya falls ill, and Ganesh takes her to the hospital. He is shocked when the doctor (Prakash Raj) informs that she has pancreatic cancer and will die in a few months. Ganesh, in a bid to keep her happy until her death, marries her and comes home. He incurs his father’s wrath and is driven out of the house. However, a sudden twist in the plot causes the movie to end on an emotional note.
Thumbi Maaya (The Mirage of Dragonfly)
The film is about a young writer Anbu, who deals with a mental disturbance, due to his circumstances and the worst possible situation he is living in. Being isolated from social activities Anbu leads his life with guilt consciousness. Betrayal, rejections, illusions, anger, unknown voices around, and searching for a reason for self-destruction make Anbu take an important decision.
Merku Thodarchi Malai
Merku Thodarchi Malai revolves around the life and times of a group of landless workers living along the foothills of the Western Ghats. It depicts the good-hearted village people and shows how the introduction of commercialization creates conflict in the village.
Rangasamy (Antony) is a daily wage laborer who makes a living carrying cardamom sacks from the mountains to the foothills in the interior of Tamil Nadu. Chacko, a communist from Kerala, unionizes these workers to prevent the estate owner from exploiting them. As a result, there are frequent clashes between the landlord and union members.
Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum
The film opens in heaven with Brahma and Naradar, in conversation with Lord Shiva about the importance of time and fate. Lord Shiva has a computer base of all the people in the world. He picks Tamizh (Arulnidhi) from his database and explains in detail the importance of time and even one minute can change the life of an individual. Lord Shiva shows three different episodes in a person’s life, just by change of time and how the delay changes the whole situation. He illustrates his point through a kidnapping incident. Tamizh is asked to kidnap his lover Isabella (Ashrita Shetty) by her father’s arch-rival in business as she is about to get married in a church. Tamizh is assisted by two other cons Malar (Bindhu Madhavi) and Isakki (Baghavathi).
As a child, Paari (Atharvaa) lost his father who tried to stop the war between his native and neighboring village as they fought over sharing a pond water. Years later, Paari is a young man who returns from Singapore but the battle between two villages is still on. Mean while, Paari is in love with Thamarai (Anandhi), daughter of rich village man (Lal) who also owns the pond and is adamant not to supply water to the nearby village.
Kyun Ho Gaya Na
Diya (Aishwarya Rai) is an intelligent university student with strong views on love and marriage. She spends much of her time at an orphanage in Coorg, helping her “Uncle” (Amitabh Bachchan) with the children living there. The story begins when Diya travels to Mumbai to write exams. While there, she stays with her father’s friend, and meets their lighthearted, free spirited son, Arjun (Vivek Oberoi). His views on love and life are completely different to hers. The pair start spending an increasing amount of time with each other and throughout all their arguments and conversations, they soon fall in love. Diya is more open about professing her feelings, while Arjun is reluctant and does not disclose his true intentions. Diya is left feeling heartbroken.