Four under cover cops Eklavya (Sunil Shetty), Naeem (Kay Kay Menon), Madhav (Mahaakshay Chakraborty) and Eric (Johny Lever) get the assignment to stop a gang war over a missing sum of money.They manage to put under world don Mukhtar Memon (Zakir Hussain) behind the bars but that doesn’t solve the problem. Later, a senior CBI officer Yugantar (Mithun Chakraborty) starts investigating the case.
Ashok (Vishwa), Ani (Payal), Viji (Nanditha Jennifer), Divya (Laksha), Pravin (Kadhal Sukumar) and Tharun (Arul) are good friends and their only aim in life is to make money. They are stealing from banks, hijacking container trucks and robbing the rich people. They had been actively sought by the police, the police inspector Manikkavel (J. Livingston) is charged to catch them. The friends on the run travelled from town to town, and are later hosted by a mysterious man G. R. (K. Bhagyaraj) in his bungalow, the fugitives introduce themselves as youngsters who were lost in the wood.
Set in the year 1987, the movie depicts the life of Krishnakumar alias Kittu (Vishnu), a Dalit youth whose main ambition is to become a collector. He is influenced by the ideas of Chinnarasu (R. Parthiepan), a local Dalit leader who had also sponsored his education. Chinnarasu and Kittu try to fight against the rampant caste discrimination meted out to them by the upper caste people, but are unable to do much about it as the police and courts are biased towards the upper castes. One day, Kittu sees his classmate Gomathi (Sri Divya), who is from the upper caste, discriminate against a Dalit girl. He admonishes her publicly for her act of caste discrimination, which makes her repent her behaviour. Gomathi eventually falls in love with Kittu, but Kittu maintains a distance as they are from different castes, though he too is in love with her.
Urumeen narrates the story of a man reborn the third time after he’s betrayed by his best friend. He’s completely unaware of this until he comes across a very old book: rather, his own book since he held it in his both his previous generations. After getting the book, he also becomes a part of several unfortunate events that unfold in a series of twists and turns which lead him to discovering himself, through the book itself: how was friendship worse than betrayal and how even thinking of seeking revenge could be an honest feeling. As the film takes several turns to bring both the friends or the ‘enemies’ together, there also arrives an energetic blend of action, drama, patriotism, thrill and of course, the root solution to this: Revenge, as the tagline calls it “Always Ultimate”.
A group of four youngsters get on a train, they are then scolded by a quick-tempered stranger Ananthakrishnan (Prakash Raj), he tells them that today’s young people are immature and good-for-nothing. The friends are about to prove him wrong.
Raghavan (Sarathkumar) and Velu (Vadivelu) work as cooks in a non-veg hotel. Raghavan loves Geetha (Kiran) who is the daughter of a rich man (Vijayan), but her father is against this love and insults him as a poor man. Raghavan challenges that he will be rich in a year. There is a subplot in the story, for Meenakshi (Sharmili), a daughter from a rich family; she is the apple of the eye of the family. Meenakshi ran home with her lover Raju, who worked as a driver to her house. He tells that his friend Dinesh will help them. However, Raju escaped because he saw a bad dream where he is killed by her family as if it will happen in reality. Due to that he vanishes. Raghavan understood her plight and helps her.
Set at late 20th century, Kabilan a boxing fan never played boxing. Under circumstances he made his entry successfully. After few days Kabilan turned into a henchman and also an unfit boxer. Did he made his successful career again.