Konjum Mainakkale (Tamil: கொஞ்சும் மைனாக்கள்) is a Tamil-language Drama film which is Directed by Karthikeyan APK & performed by Udhai, Moganapriya, Akshatha and Released on 25 May 2012.
Director: Karthikeyan APK
Actors: Akshatha, Moganapriya, Udhai
Velai illa Pattathari
A jobless young man gets to redeem himself.
Sathyamoorthy, an orphan, vents his feelings in a poem but doesn’t submit it to a magazine. Surprisingly he reads a poem, penned by a girl, in a magazine that is quite similar to what he has written. He is amused and sets off to find the girl. He finds that she is a college student and living in Kutralam. He writes a letter and gets a reply. The friendship develops and it gradually evolves into love.
One fine day he goes to Kutralam to meet the girl and stays in his friend’s house. The girl is away on a college tour. Ironically, she is the sister of his friend. In the second half, the friend dies in a mishap accidentally caused by Sathyamoorthy. Wishing to atone for his fault, he takes on his friend’s responsibilities and considers his friend’s sisters as his own sisters. When the girl comes back, she finds a new brother, who is supposed to be her lover.
Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA.
A political satire, the movie chronicles the highs and lows of Nagaraja Cholan, a deputy Chief Minister’s ambitious career.
When giri marry’s her sister to a man in chennai and comes to visit the city his friend his brutally murdered by gangsters. He decides to murder the three gangsters ruling chennai to make the city a better place.
PRV’s family who lives with his two wives and children in Ramnad district.. Also, there is a family who is convinced that PRV’s family only caused the death of his brother. The movie narrates many incidents that happen in the two families.
A poor laborer Kalyani (Ram) is devoted to his young daughter Chellamma (Baby Sadhana), but the child has problems at school with her studies, classmates, and teachers. Kalyani wants Chellamma to be happy, no matter what. Kalyani is a man who toils pretty hard to meet both ends, thereby trying not to live in his father’s (Poo Ramu) shade, but is forced to. Chellama is a sweet, angelic girl who fares below average in the class but is all chirpy and gleeful when she is with her father. Without a proper job and an income the tension that prevails in the house forces Kalyani to take up a job far away from the reach of Chellamma. ‘Thanga Meengal’ is a coming-of-age story of an unfit father struggling to make ends meet, told through the eyes of his eight-year-old daughter. The film offers a critique of primary education in Tamil Nadu and makes poignant observations through social commentary.
A spoiled young heiress marries a poor man in order to inherit her grandfather’s property.
While Bhumi is still grappling with her newly found self-awareness, she must choose wisely between law and crime.
Madhu, a thug, falls in love with Maithili and tries to win her heart. However, she refuses to accept him owing to his violent ways.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
Kattappa narrates the story of Amarendra Baahubali to Shivudu, who learns his lineage as the prince of Mahishmati and the son of Amarendra Baahubali. Shivudu, now Mahendra Baahubali, decides to dethrone and punish Bhallaladeva for all wrongdoings of his past with the help of Kattappa.
Ram “Ramu” Mohan is a socially-inept cardiologist practicing in the United States. His wife, Seetha, feels lonely since Ramu pays very little attention to her because of his work. They decide to divorce and leave for Sivapuram, Rajahmundry, where Ramu’s mother Satyabhama lives. Satyabhama, shocked to learn that Ramu and Seetha are divorcing, shouts at a portrait of her deceased husband Bangarraju (a benevolent, flirtatious zamindar who died nearly 30 years ago in an accident).