A struggling filmmaker Chandran, gets a Producer for his film. The producer who runs a Fishing export business by the shores of North Madras has one condition though – the film should star his daughter Maha as the female lead. Her gorgeous looks convince Chandran & his team initially to proceed with scripting. But only later do they realize their folly.
Odu Raja Odu
Manohar (Guru Somasundaram) is a jobless struggling writer whose wife pressurises him to get a set top box for her and he goes out with his friend who is a drug peddler, Peter (Venkatesh Harinathan) to fulfill her wish for their wedding anniversary. But to their misfortune, both Manohar and Peter are threatened by gangster Veerabadhran (Deepak Bagga) and his sidekick to close a deal for them. However things go awry for them as they land in a retired gangster Kali Muthu’s (Nassar) place for help, but it only lead to another mishap.
The film’s story is similar to fantasy films like Yamaleela, Yamudiki Mogudu, Yamagola and Yamadonga.
Bullet Raja (Ravi Teja) is a small-time crook with a good heart. He bumps into Swetha (Taapsee Pannu) at a function and falls in love with her, but she is already engaged to Harbour Babu (Sushant Singh), a powerful local goon. One day, using Swetha’s dance master Vidya Balan (Brahmanandam), Raja and Swetha manage to run away from Babu to reach a hilltop, but Babu tracks them down and is severely beaten by Raja. At the last moment, Babu uses his Scorpio car to hit Raja off the hilltop. Raja clings on to a branch growing on the hill but slips off it and falls down, yet still manages to survive. Just then, Chitragupta (M. S. Narayana) changes the story, and the car that was stuck on the edge of the hill falls down on top of Raja, and as he was crushed. The Scorpio car blasts, thus killing him.
Badri (Vijay) is the youngest son of a family and a careless guy, always going around girls and enjoying with them. His womanizing habits are a source of heartburn for his father (Kitty). However, his elder brother, Vetri (Riyaz Khan), a kick-boxer and his father’s favorite son, is very fond of him. Janu (Bhumika Chawla), Badri’s neighbor, is in love with him, but it is just one sided as Badri considers her a good friend and a source of money and cars to impress girls (Janu’s father is a garage owner). He falls in love with Mamathi (Monal), a rich girl, and poses as a rich guy to impress her. However, she soon finds out Badri has lied to her. Mamathi dumps Badri and insults him in front of his father. Badri’s father, tired of his son’s antics, disowns him. Later Vetri is attacked by his enemies and is bedridden, unable to take part in the kick boxing championship. Badri decides to fight in his brother’s place to redeem his family name as his father always wanted his son to win the kick boxing championship. So he trains hard and fights against Rohit, who happens to be Mamathi’s new boyfriend. He defeats Rohit, redeems himself in front of his father’s eyes and finally accepts Janu’s love.
Podhu Nalan Karudhi
A con man who is in love with a millionaire’s daughter gets killed by the girl’s father, after reaching yamalogam he came to know that God had made mistaken by killing him for another one, with the help of yaman he reincarnated as another one to fulfill his love.
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.
Quite annoyed with the troubles of living the life of a lower middle-class person, Sathya (Jai) decides to go to any extent to make money to run his family. Along with his friend Paari (Daniel Annie Pope), he meets Samuel (Ilavarasu), who promises to provide him money if he can forge documents. Sathya and Paari open a travel company and start dreaming of a happy life. However, a cop (Bose Venkat) who knows about the fake documents threatens to put them in jail if they fail to arrange a sum of ₹10 lakh in two days. Sathya sends his family away and starts searching for money with Paari. Gajendran (Robo Shankar), a rich man who is madly in love with Keerthy (Reba Monica John), offers to give them the money if they help him succeed in his romance. However, circumstances force Sathya to kidnap Keerthy, which earns him the wrath of a human trafficking group.
Manimaran (Sarath Kumar), his father Poochi (S. V. Ramadas), and his grandfather Nagappan (M. N. Nambiar) are short-tempered persons who beat the villagers for a simple quarrel. Only, Manimaran’s mother, Sivagami (Lakshmi) can control them. Uma (Rajeswari), Manimaran’s sister, gets married to a man of another village. Manimaran falls in love with Vaidehi (Devayani), a Brahmin girl, and gets married to her without her permission. In a fight against Manimaran, the antagonist becomes blind in one eye and decides to take revenge on Manimaran. When Manimaran drives his pregnant sister, the antagonist stops him but Manimaran beats the antagonist and his henchmen. Uma comes too late at the hospital and dies with her baby. Vaidehi leaves their house because of her husband’s behaviour who brings Uma’s death. Manimaran changes his behaviour and tries to convince Vaidehi to come back home.