Samsaram Athu Minsaram
Ambedkar (Samuthirakani), a social activist, gets involved in the dark side of the government. As a result, his son and friends are killed. A lower caste individual (Nitish Veera) desires to marry a girl from a higher caste. A woman (Chandini Tamilarasan) leaves for Chennai to marry the man of her choice. A man (Munishkanth) is in need of Rs 20,000 to save his son’s life. How these separate stories interact forms the rest of the story.
Karthik and his friends plan a trip to Kodaikanal where they meet a doctor and his 12-year-old daughter Shalini. While sight-seeing, they get in trouble with a gang that grows cannabis illegally. The next morning, Karthik is found dead and Shalini is missing.
According to review by IndiaTimes:
The movie starts with a chase sequence – a girl is being chased by a bunch of goons as per the order of a dreaded politician. Four boys come to her rescue and she is taken away by them in a car. The chase continues for around an hour’s time, in the course of which two of the boys lust after her. The third guy wants to get rid of her to avoid unnecessary consequences, and the fourth guy falls in love with her. The worse thing is, the girl, too, loves him back without any convincing reason. Even when the indefinite car chase happens, with the goons yelling ‘thookku da’, ‘poda’, ‘vaada’, and so on, we are shown two songs featuring the hero and heroine. The latter half of the movie is hilariously terrible with some pointless skin show, never-ending fight sequences, funny dialogues and bizarre background score. This is a film which shouldn’t have been made.
Kyun Ho Gaya Na
Diya (Aishwarya Rai) is an intelligent university student with strong views on love and marriage. She spends much of her time at an orphanage in Coorg, helping her “Uncle” (Amitabh Bachchan) with the children living there. The story begins when Diya travels to Mumbai to write exams. While there, she stays with her father’s friend, and meets their lighthearted, free spirited son, Arjun (Vivek Oberoi). His views on love and life are completely different to hers. The pair start spending an increasing amount of time with each other and throughout all their arguments and conversations, they soon fall in love. Diya is more open about professing her feelings, while Arjun is reluctant and does not disclose his true intentions. Diya is left feeling heartbroken.