Kadhal Athu Ragasiyamanathu
Lovers Ram and Pooja have been together since they were in school, and they have faced a lifelong journey of trials and tribulations. They were forced to separate as conspired by Pooja`s greedy uncle. The couple meet again when they are adults and this ma
Director: Vijeyasingham Kandasamy
Actors: Chandhine Kaur, Pushpa Narayan, Riknaveen
Duration: 132 min
Annamalai is a milkman, while Ashok is the owner of a five-star hotel in Chennai. They have been very close friends since their childhood. Ashok’s father Gangadharan never liked his son’s friendship with a poor milkman. Annamalai is kind-hearted and innocent, and falls in love with Subbulakshmi, a college girl. Ashok too falls in love with a poor girl, Shanthi. Annamalai arranges Ashok and Shanthi’s wedding which angers Gangadharan as he thinks Shanthi does not have the status to become his daughter-in-law.
Namma Oorukku Ennadhan Achu
Hell breaks loose for the families of a village where mysterious incidents take place after an unfortunate death on a very auspicious day. Later, a determined villager decides to uncover the truth.
A veteran football player embarks on a journey to fulfill the desire and dream of his ladylove. The film narrates his experience of his journey comprising beautiful romantic happy, flexible, shocking, tasty, interesting events he encounters on his journey.
Pistha is a Tamil comedy movie directed by Ramesh Bharathi. The movie stars Metro Shirish, Sathish, and Yogi Babu in the lead roles. Dharan Kumar is likely to score the music for the film.
The movie revolves around Easwaran alias E (Jiiva), an orphan brought up in the musty, teeming slums of Chennai by an old woman. For him, money is the thing in life. He comes across Jothy (Nayantara), a bar dancer who settles down in the same locality. After a few encounters, they get acquainted with each other. E’s simple ways attract Jothy. Coming to know of E’s past, Jothy tries desperately to correct his ways and set him on the right path. Meanwhile, Dr. Ramakrishnan (Ashish Vidyarthi) takes up the task of testing a medicine devised by a foreign company, which may come handy in killing people in thousands, especially during times of war. Ramakrishnan chooses Jothy’s sister and E’s grandmother as specimens for the test. He cashes in on the ignorance to slum dwellers. Things take a turn when E rescues Ramakrishnan from a murder bid by Nellai Mani (Pasupathy). A sequence of events brings Mani and E together. Without knowing Mani’s motive, E hides him in a secret place and decides to hand him over to Ramakrishnan for a huge sum. Slowly, E gets attracted by Mani’s good ways. Through him, E comes to know of Ramakrishnan’s ulterior motives. Mani, a revolutionary fighting for a cause, tries to bring about a change in E’s heart. Succeeding in his attempt, Mani lays down his life, leaving E to complete his task. The rest is all about how E puts an end to Ramakrishnan and his evil ways.
The journey of a young school teacher to prove her father’s innocence with the help of a juvenile advocate who’s never even seen the interiors of a court hall.
Lightman is a Tamil Feature Film Written, Directed and Produced by Venkatesh Kumar.G. The film stars Karthik Nagarajan as the lead and cinematography by Rahul. This film portrays the unrevealed life of Lightmen in cinema. Lightmen are an Integral part and prominent among the 24 crafts in film industry but the work they put in every film is often ignored and they stay isolated among the other technicians in the Industry. They are the least paid technicians in a film inspite of the physical pain they take in making every scene of the film. “Lightman” captures the real and reel life of lightmen in cine industry. The Film runs through a parallel screenplay which narrates the story through Fiction and Live Interviews.
A young, widowed, high school drop-out mother, Shanti (Amala Paul) is employed as a servant in Dr. Nandhini’s (Revathi) house where she is treated as part of the family. Shanti works in several other place to supplement her monthly income so that she can provide a better life for her daughter, Abhinaya (Yuva lakshmi). However, Abhinaya is not interested in her studies and loves to chat with her friends, watch TV, play and conveys one day to her mother that her ambition in life is to become a servant as well. Shanti is dismayed hearing this and conveys this to her boss, who in turn, advises her to challenge her daughter. Shanti realizes that if she were more educated, she would be able to mentor as well as tutor her daughter and thus motivate her to improve in her studies. So with Dr. Nandhini’s help, she is enrolled in the same school as her daughter’s classmate. This infuriates Abhinaya who hates to see her mother in her daily school life. Shanti proves to her daughter that age is not a major deterrent to learning and that she can pick up where she left off several years ago. Shanti studies hard and challenges Abhinaya to score higher marks than her in the half-yearly exams. Abhinaya starts taking math seriously and does well in her exams. Seeing this, Shanti thinks Abhinaya has turned over into a new leaf and her attitude has changed. So she wants to discontinues school. Seeing this, Abhinaya confesses that her hard work to succeed in math and pass the exam was so that her mother could drop out of school. There is this wonderful twist which shows the psychology of human nature. Shanti works night and day to earn and collect money for her daughter’s future, while the daughter spends all that earned money in one day. Abhinaya comes home with new clothes, shoes to find her mother looking through jars to find where the money she earnt for Abhinaya future went. They argue and Abhinaya says that she knows what Shanti’s job is and that she sees a man drop her home everyday at night. Abhinaya finally learns the truth about her mother from her classmate and is ashamed of her rebellious behavior. She realizes the value of education and her mother’s dream, which is Abhinaya. Her goal is to make Abhinaya’s life more independent. The final scenes show Abhinaya passing her 10th Standard, and then years later getting interviewed by these IAS Officers, who ask her why she is pursuing Civil Services and her reply says it all ” So that I do not become a maid”.
In the companion to 2013’s “Bombay Talkies,” four short films by four of India’s biggest directors explore love, sex and relationships in modern India.
Sridevi Soda Center
Prabhu(Prasanna), Ilango(Krishna), Sundar(Karthik), Priya and Indra are the best of friends at college, swearing to never lose touch with one another later in life. They manage to get jobs in the same company but Ilango, was whisked away to his village by his dictatorial father(Vijayan) and forced into marriage with Eeswari(Kanika). He then runs away while the friends assume that he is in Bombay with his new wife. A few years later the remaining four are still friends, working in the same company and even living in one house. Prabhu meets Eeswari on the train and without knowing that she is Ilango’s wife, falls in love with her. When the truth comes out she becomes good friends with the gang while they promise to find Ilango and reunite them.
Guru Uchaththula Irukkaru
Reading the plot synopsis of Guru Uchchathula Irukkaru, you might think that this could be an entertaining film, but the sad truth is that this is as engaging as watching paint dry