Janardhanan lives in a village in Tamil Nadu, leading life incognito, taking up the cause of the villagers, and making enemies around. Then comes the twist in the tale, the caption in the interval reading ‘…Interval…Wait just see other face’. When the film reopens, we do get to see Jana’s other face. Jana is a terror to the Mumbai dons, corrupt politicians, and their ilk, killing, and maiming. He wants to teach a lesson to them. Both the faces of Jana merge finally when his bete noire Bhandari comes out of jail to have his final round with him.
The film revolves around Alagar (Nataraj), who takes care of the family’s red chilli business. But he spends most of the time with his friends and leads a happy life till he comes across three brothers who control Madurai. He earns the wrath of the evil brothers while trying to save a girl called Thenmozhi (Poongothai). How our one man army successfully defeats the baddies and joins hands with his ladylove.
Raja (Rajinikanth), an expert thief is in love with Radha (Madhavi), a disco club dancer-cum-singer, who is unaware of Raja’s profession. Meanwhile an evil brother-sister (Vijayakumar-Anuradha) duo is bent on seeking vengeance from Crime boss Sudharshan, who cheated and siphoned Jwaala’s money. The duo hire Raja to break into Sudarshan’s treasury and perform the heist. But was caught by a jovial-cum-shrewd Inspector Rajasingam (Sivaji Ganesan) and awarded 2 years imprisonment, which shocks and devastates Radha.
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
The film revolves around a college graduate who turns into a revolutionary for a social cause. The film takes an interesting turn when the lead comes face to face with his body double. The rest of the story is whether the lead manages to change disorderly society or not.