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.
The film begins a year after the events which occurred in the prequel Saamy.
DCP Aarusaamy “Saamy” (Vikram), who had been transferred out of Tirunelveli, leads a happy life with his now-pregnant wife Bhuvana (Aishwarya Rajesh), who intends to pursue IAS. However, the people who were asking what happened to Perumal Pichai (Kota Srinivasa Rao) assume he might be in Colombo Sri Lanka with his second wife and three sons: Mahendra Pichai (O. A. K. Sundar), Devendra Pichai (John Vijay), and Raavana Pichai (Bobby Simha). Raavana leaves for Tirunelveli and finds out that Saamy killed his father. Saamy applies for a transfer to Tirunelveli to stop Raavana, which is approved.
Chota Bheem The Incan Adventure
A huge bird swoops down and kidnaps Princess Indumati. The army’s scoured the whole area and the neighboring kingdoms but there’s no trace of Princess Indumati. The only thing Bheem finds was strange bird-feathers from the land of Incas. Bheem and team starts searching in the forests of Mexico where Dholu-Bholu fall off into a river. Bheem and others jump in to save them but are soon carried off by the rivers currents to the shores of a desolate valley. The valley is covered with heaps and heaps of ashes all around one such mound lie near the princess bangles. The sun rises and the mounds of ashes takes the shape of humans. The Incas where they meet Princess Indumati. The Inca chief Ixaba explains with the totem pole which was source of unlimited power, such as Rouran One day one of their own traded the totem to Rouran but as soon as Rouran touched the totem pole…. the monkeys attacked Rouran. Monkeys were angered for not having protected them and on the audacity of Rouran for trying to steal them. Th cast a spell on the Incas that they would never see sleep again and hence with each setting sun the villagers turned to dust. Will Bheem save the Incas villagers & Princess Indumati.
Kadhalna Summa Illai
Abhiram or Abhi, (Sharwanand) as called by his friends and family, is the son of a multi-millionaire called GK (Nassar). He is born and brought up among currency and for him life is just a game and he is accustomed to lavish lifestyle. He dates several girls and one day he comes across Janaki (Kamalinee Mukherjee), a young, charming doctor. Abhi challenges his friends that he would make her fall in love within few days. Abhi invites Janaki for coffee after a dance programme and proposes to her.
Janaki, being an orphan, is very kind towards the poor people and is service-minded. She mingles with poor people and provides succour to them. But, being a rich boy, Abhi hates those people. However, Janaki’s free-spirited nature takes him very near to her and he develops an intimate friendship. At the same time, Janaki keeps maintaining some distance and does not express her love. Though she likes him, she cannot love him as he is not sensitive to the people and things around him.
An easy-going taxi driver, Shiva (Karan) gives out advice on hygiene and the need to be ‘professional’ to an idli vendor on street, thus establishing himself as someone with a humanitarian side, in the very first scene. Further, his conversation with Gnanasambandam (who plays himself) in a car and the way he talks to his over-concerned mother over phone (Kovai Sarala’s voice) brings him closer to the audience. However, within no time, things go haywire when the story actually kicks off.
Nila (Neha) is being chased by a prominent drug dealer (Naren) in the town, and Shiva comes to her rescue and offers a lift. He tries to contact people who are close to her to ensure safety. Little does he know that he is inviting trouble, as things start going beyond his control. What follows is an unexpected series of incidents.
Romeo lives a wealthy lifestyle in Bangalore, India, along with his widowed mother. He had received considerable assistance and encouragement from Raj Mohan to dance and sing, and as a result gets very popular with young women. He meets and is attracted to Madhu, who is also his fan. His mother meets with Madhu’s grandfather and both arrange their wedding. Then Romeo finds out that Raj Mohan has been stealing body parts, especially kidneys, from patients in the Satya Moorthy Hospital, and then getting them killed via bus accidents. He meets with Raj and warns him that he is going to expose him publicly. Before he could that Romeo is shot, taken by ambulance, and thrown off of a cliff. His friend, Prakash, is blamed for this, is arrested, tried in Court, found guilty, and sentenced to life imprisonment. But Romeo survives, is looked after by tribal people, and several months later returns to Bangalore to expose Raj – only to find a look-alike, a Chandaal (Hindu Undertaker) named Badshah, from Bombay, has taken over his life, identity, love, and is residing in his very own home!