My Dear Bootham
When a kid named Pannu finds a lantern in a cave, he opens it when he gets home and it releases the King of all Genies named Karkimuki. The genie helps the little boy with his problems of everyday life.
Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavum
Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu
Mano (Bharath) loves Jo (Mallika Kapoor) and becomes her friend, hoping to help her win her love for Prem (Arun Vijay), whom she secretly loves. Then they both try to break Prem’s love with Nandhini (Deepu) and succeed. Mano realizes Jo’s deep love for Prem and tries to unite them. Mano succeeds in making Prem fall in love with Jo. Finally, Jo and Prem get married. During the story, the twists reveal that Mano had originally been in love with Jo but secretly tried to engage into her life by pretending to be in love with Nandhini. Soon after realising her true love for Prem, he sacrifices his love for her and brings Prem and Jo together. Only in the last several scenes does Jo realise Mano’s love for her, but she chooses to go with Prem.
The movie opens to a prologue, where King Parasbaram (Radha Ravi), ruler of a small rival kingdom and the nine ministers of the great Empire of Vikata Nagaram are on their way to a Chinese consulate’s mansion. They are warmly welcomed by General Wang (Wilson Ng) and courtesan Hong (Vivienne Tseng) once they reach there. The Chinese consulate, headed by Chao Gong Gong (Nickson Cheng), wishes to engage in trade with the people of the Kingdom of Vikata Nagaram and reap the benefits. Thus, the ministers strike a deal with Parasbaram and the Chinese to help them after being promed a huge share of the benefits. The Foreign Affairs Minister of Vikata Nagaram, Nandivarma Rayar (Joe Malloori) objects to this, saying that he doesn’t want to betray the King and his people for money. Chao Gong Gong then orders courtesan Hong to kill him with a poisoned needle from her hair.
Jayaram alias Jerry (Jithan Ramesh) is a man who takes risks and hates love. He is challenged by his friends to make three women love him. He makes a police inspector and his classmate Janaki (Shruthi Raj), an actress Janani (Mumtaj), and a police officer Jeeva (Meera Vasudevan) fall in love with him. Whether the three girls find out and whom he unites with forms the crux of the story.
Antoine, a young Parisian suburbanite, studies accounting without much conviction, dividing his time between the rap battles he practices with talent and his job as a sushi delivery boy. During an errand at the Garnier Opera, his path crosses that of Mrs LOYSEAU, a singing teacher in the venerable institution, who detects in Antoine a raw talent to be developed. Despite his lack of operatic culture, Antoine is fascinated by this form of expression and is convinced to follow Mrs Loyseau’s teaching. Antoine has no choice but to lie to his family, his friends and the whole city, for whom opera is a bourgeois thing, far from their world.