Yogi is a carefree young man, who hangs out with his friend mostly, and spends a little time trying to be a two bit broker, for everything from real estate to eggs of a ‘pon vandu’. His mother, a vegetable vendor, has borrowed money from Dandapani (Namo Narayan) at usurious rates, and is at his mercy. He is the kind of guy who dreams of lakhs in commissions, but is lucky to get a couple of hundreds. Most of his time is spent drinking in the bar, and once after a ‘cutting’ session with a father he meets Jyothisha (Veni) and Rosin (Bhoomika) and finds out that their mother died after being victimized by the money and women crazy Dandapani. The two girls make a living as ‘dance girls’. Jyothisha, who had been a sorrowful person slowly begins to find happiness in Yogi’s company.
Murgan (Aari) starts his criminal life by stealing rice and grocery items from running trucks taken from Tamil Nadu to the North. His mentor is Sekhar (Salimkumar) who uses him to his advantage with the support of local policemen. Manga (Swetha Nair) along with Parotta Master (Thambi Ramaih) runs a road side eatery on the highway. Life turns Topsy-turvy for Murugan and Sekhar when new Sub-Inspector Masanimuthu ( Prashanth Narayanan ) takes charge. The Ganja smoking cop is cunning, corrupt , pervert and womanizer who has an eye for Manga. Murugan locks horns with Masani and a cat and mouse game starts.
Srinivasa Rao (Murli Sharma) does his best to give his children everything they seek and fulfil even the smallest of their desires. His son Ram (Kalyaan Dhev) grows up oblivious to all the sacrifices his father had to make to give him the life he has. Will he ever change and will his father ever find the chance to fulfil his own dreams forms the story.
Bodha is a quirky crime-comedy story of a youngster who becomes a gigolo to make his acting dream come true. When his friend offers him a chance to earn crores by stealing money from his client’s house, he accepts it and gets into deeper problems.
Saidai Sathya (Sundar C) has little respect for the law. He parks his car in the middle of the road and creates trouble for other vehicles. A traffic policeman Kandasamy (Vivek) ignores that violation because he is a close friend of Sathya. A social activist and lawyer Udhayamoorthy (Vijayakumar) drags both of them to court for obstructing traffic and causing a nuisance. The court sends them to the Madurai Gandhi Museum for help, where they meet a college student named Meenakshi (Anjali). After Sathya is discharged, he starts a job as a henchman. VBR (Manivannan), a villainous former minister, sends him to steal a confidential file containing vital evidence on the death of collector Leelavathi (Sukanya) at Udayamoorthy’s place. While he is stealing the file, Udayamoorthy is accidentally killed by Sathya. While dying, Udayamoorthy blesses Sathya by saying “Vazhga Valamudan” (Long Live). These last words haunt Sathya, and filled with remorse, he vows to carry on Udayamoorthy’s good work. He gathers evidence to discover Leelavathi’s murder. Sathya continues with his task of exposing VBR and adopts Gandhian principles of nonviolence and peaceful satyagraha. Ezhumalai (Napoleon) is a police inspector who vows to avenge the death of his brother Udhayamoorthy. He thinks Sathya killed him, although he later finds out that he did not. Sathya sits near the Gandhi statue and follows his examples of nonviolence, confident VBR will be arrested. VBR surrenders himself to the police and is arrested. The film ends with Sathya getting the justice.
An NRI returns to his village with his family with a mission to better the lives of the village natives. But in a sudden turn of events, the NRI is left helpless, as a fellow villager steals the money and flees. The villager is now the head of a huge business empire, which is a result of his corrupt activities. The NRI returns, this time for vengeance.
Arun (Ramesh Arvind) is married to Leelavathi (Kalpana) in a forced marriage. He is embarrassed by his wife’s plain looks and her weight. When he meets Priya (Heera Rajagopal) – who works in a building construction company, he hides from her the fact that he is married and has an affair with her.
When he takes Priya with him on a vacation to Bangalore, he bumps into his old friend Dr. Sakthivel Gounder (Kamal Haasan) – an orthopedic surgeon from Coimbatore who is also in Bangalore with his wife Palani (Kovai Sarala) and his son Anand – travelling with him in the same flight and even staying in the same hotel. Sakthivel is called to Arun’s room in the night – as Arun has slipped his disc and the hotel doctor is unavailable – and bumps into Priya, thus finding out about the affair.