A fantasy thriller inspired by the folklore of Kerala, the film follows the life and times of Manickyan – the legendary sorcerer and one of the last in the Odiyan clan, which is known for its supernatural powers that often defy the laws of nature.
The Heist of the Century
Eppadi Manasukkul Vandhai
It’s love at first sight for Seenu ( Vishwa) when he comes across Mithra (Tanvi) en route to his college. Seenu is delighted when he learns that they are classmates and even manages to win Mitra’s friendship. But fate intervenes in the form of Mitra’s childhood buddy Sam ( Irfan).
The film revolves around a college graduate who turns into a revolutionary for a social cause. The film takes an interesting turn when the lead comes face to face with his body double. The rest of the story is whether the lead manages to change disorderly society or not.
One night, while working at the Mumbai Police Emergency Call Centre, police officer Nikhil Sood gets a call from a hysterical woman who wants to commit suicide. Even as he tries to save her, Nikhil has no idea that it will lead to him endangering his own family as dark truths that he has been hiding threaten to destroy all that he loves and stands for.
Maaran (Sathyaraj) is a clerk in the district collector’s office. His life centres around his loving wife (Seetha), his son (Raghuvannan), and his daughter (Preethi Varma). Soft-spoken, and a Gandhian to the hilt, Maaran does not stand by any smear on the Mahatma’s name. Being a staunch patriot, he had even named his son Sudhandhiram.
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam
Senapathi (Prakash Raj), a God fearing boss of a crime family, is on a tour to a temple with his wife Lakshmi (Jayasudha). Despite being escorted by heavily armed men, assassins disguised as cops attempt taking down Sena and Lakshmi, but they evade the assault. His children are notified of this. Sena has a daughter (RJ Sindhu) and three sons: the eldest being Varadan (Arvind Swami), who runs a part of his empire in Chennai. The second, Thyagu (Arun Vijay), operates his business in Dubai with Arabs. The third, Ethi (Silambarasan), runs the Serbian section of Sena’s empire.
Aakash is a guy who wants to become popular. He hits a state minister and joins him. He slowly becomes a friend of the home minister and falls in love with home minister’s daughter. On the engagement between them, in the presence of state’s chief minister, Aakash gives a huge shock to both the home and chief ministers. Rest of the story reveals the shock, and relations, flashback of Aakash with the ministers.