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The Elder One concerns itself with an arduous quest to find a missing relative. But this tale of two siblings, who each leave home for their own reasons, expands the scope of Mohandas’ already-generous sense of the diversity of the Indian experience. Stealing a small and hardly seaworthy fishing boat, 14-year-old Mulla flees the sleepy, idyllic island of Lakshadweep for the crowded bustle of Mumbai. Akbar, Mulla’s elder brother, left for the city some years before, and Mulla – with only a phone number to rely on – is convinced the two can reunite there. But upon arrival, Mulla immediately falls in with a gang of criminal orphans, receiving a crash course in survival skills for Mumbai’s criminal underground. In the midst of Mulla’s story, Mohandas takes us back to the days leading up to Akbar’s departure from Lakshadweep, when he met mute Ameer sent to the island for an unwanted arranged marriage. Their gay affection will alter the course of both of their lives. Alternating between scenes of bracing violence and heartbreaking tenderness, The Elder One is an epic story of familial bonds and underworld misadventure, infused with urgent questions regarding gender, sexuality, and tolerance. Mohandas presents us with an unsparing vision of Mumbai as a place of decadence and ruthlessness, while ensuring that, with enough love, tenacity, and courage, any place could be called home.
Power Paandi is a story about retired stunt master Power Paandi (Rajkiran) living with his son Raghavan (Prasanna), daughter-in-law Prema (Chaaya Singh) and their two children Dhruv (Master Raghav) and Shaksha (Baby Chavvi). Power Paandi is a person who always gets himself into some social causes, in one such instance it becomes a policecase and his scolds him, then he decides to go for bike trip which leads him to his first love Poondhendral (Revathi). The story moves to the flashback and rest of the story narrated with fun and emotions. Actor Dhanush takes the role of a writer and director for Power Pandi for the first time. The movie produced under his own banner ‘Wunder Bar Films’.
This movie is about how Vijay (Arjun) travels to a new location and fixes a marriage in tatters. Anitha (Divya Unni) and Sanjay (Vineeth) are on the verge of breaking the marriage when Vijay narrates his love story and makes them fond of each other. However, at the end of the movie, Vijay’s story was partially fiction as his wife Seetha (Sakshi Shivanand) is now dead.
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After falling off the radar for a few years, Maari is back in the fray doing what he does best: taking trouble by the horns and being a total badass. This time around, he is facing off against a formidable opponent named Beeja, who would stop at nothing until he sees Maari’s downfall.
The film starts with a tough debate in the new Andhra Pradesh state assembly about the long pending murder case of Visakhapatnam City Police Commissioner Ramakrishna IPS (Jayaprakash). The Home Minister of Andhra Pradesh, K. Sathyanarayana Reddy (Sarath Babu) proposes to bring DCP Durai Singam (Suriya) from Tamil Nadu police to solve the long pending case. Durai Singam learns about Madhusudhana Reddy (Sharat Saxena), a don ruling Andhra Pradesh and gives a casual impression under a disguise after facing some attacks, while he secretly investigates the case from all aspects. Meanwhile, Durai Singam is being followed by Vidya (Shruti Haasan) who is a journalist under cover, tracking Durai Singam in a disguise as IPS student named Vidhya. Durai Singam states he has divorced his wife, Kavya (Anushka Shetty), but secretly contacts her. Later, after suspicions about this were made by his colleague, Subba Rao, who is an Inspector of Police and seen Durai Singam with Kavya, he discloses the divorce cover up as an intent to keep Kavya away from his enemies.