Rajesh goes to jail for killing his second wife. Meanwhile, his son grows up among the local goons and establishes himself as a full-fledged rowdy. Rajesh wants him to get married but he hates women.
Actors: Daya, Kanja Karuppu, Shakeela, Thamarai
Certain circumstances get an innocent guy into a serious issue involving millions of money and his life turns upside down.
Naam Iruvar Namakku Iruvar
Naam Iruvar Namakku Iruvar is a 1998 Tamil film directed by Sundar C. Prabhu Deva and Meena played the leading roles, whilst the film featured an extensive cast, along with a bevy of supporting actors. The film released on 14 January 1998 and became a big success at the box office. The film was loosely based on the 1995 Hollywood movie Two Much.
Three unemployed men find the answer to all their money problems when they receive a call from a kidnapper by a cross connection.
Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran
A minister on his deathbed reveals to an MLA the whereabouts of billions in cash that he has stashed away. However, the minister’s relatives are vexed when the MLA loses his memory in an accident.
The movie is a tribute to the film actor Rajinikanth.
Dum Dum Dum
Ganga (Jyothika) lives in a village and secures state second rank in XII board exams. Although she wishes to pursue engineering, her father Veluthambi (Murali) plans to get her married to Adhithya aka Adhi (Madhavan) who also hails from the same village. Adhi is a fun loving person who has just completed his law degree and prefers to enjoy his bachelor life and is not interested in marriage.
Adhi comes to the village and meets Ganga trying to convey his feelings. To his surprise, Ganga also is not interested in marriage as she wants to study engineering. Both of them decide to somehow stop the wedding by creating some problem before the wedding but all their effors go in vain as both the families get even closer following their plans.
Paandi Oli Peruki Nilayam
Misfortune strikes in the love life of a couple when the boy meets with an accident.
Va Quarter Cutting
Sunderrajan aka Sura (Shiva) comes to Chennai from Coimbatore on his way to Saudi Arabia. He is received by Marthandam (S. P. B. Charan), a veterinary doctor who is going to marry his sister soon. After the travel agent informs Sura that he cannot taste liquor or women in Saudi, he and Marthandam go to a wine shop to have the last gulp. It is a dry day thanks to elections. Sura is determined to taste the ‘quarter’ and starts his journey to various places in Chennai where he is told that liquor would be available. He goes to a politico who supplies wine for votes, a star hotel, an Anglo-Indian group of youngsters, a fish market, a gambling den, a kulfi shop, and a brothel house, among other places, all in search of ‘quarter’. During his trip, he meets Saraswathi aka Saro (Lekha Washington), who attempts suicide after her parents scold her, and King-Prince, a father-son duo (both roles played by John Vijay) who runs a gambling center. How Sura, in the company of Marthandam and Saro, succeeds in his mission and leaves for Saudi forms the remaining story.
Ungala Podanum Sir
Daveeth arrested for killing two of his friends. Arguments going on in the court, daveeth says “I’m not the killers, they are the Killers, a true story behind me, if u know the story, you can find that what is truth.