Oru Nalla Naal Paathu Solren
Yaman, a tribal leader living in the forest with his tribal community, which has a distinct set of rules to follow. Yaman’s life is not just in the forest, however, as he also ventures into the city.
Sekar, a thief taking refuge by working on a farm, falls in love with Anjali, a local girl. When Anjali’s parents discover that he is a thief, they discourage her from continuing the relationship. Anjali ignores her parents’ advice and continues making plans to elope with him. While Sekar’s parents make arrangements for the young couple to marry, Sekar continues his criminal activities. On the night before Sekar and Anjali’s marriage, Sekar’s criminal cronies intoxicate him in order to sell Anjali into slavery. Sekar looks for Anjali, eventually finding the place where she was sold, and kills a woman working in the slavery business. Meanwhile, Anjali is injured by slave traders as she is thrown from a car when the drivers learn of the woman’s murder by Sekar. While hospitalized, Anjali is killed by her father who fears unwanted media attention. Sekar reaches the hospital and learns about the death of Anjali.
The movie opens to a prologue, where King Parasbaram (Radha Ravi), ruler of a small rival kingdom and the nine ministers of the great Empire of Vikata Nagaram are on their way to a Chinese consulate’s mansion. They are warmly welcomed by General Wang (Wilson Ng) and courtesan Hong (Vivienne Tseng) once they reach there. The Chinese consulate, headed by Chao Gong Gong (Nickson Cheng), wishes to engage in trade with the people of the Kingdom of Vikata Nagaram and reap the benefits. Thus, the ministers strike a deal with Parasbaram and the Chinese to help them after being promed a huge share of the benefits. The Foreign Affairs Minister of Vikata Nagaram, Nandivarma Rayar (Joe Malloori) objects to this, saying that he doesn’t want to betray the King and his people for money. Chao Gong Gong then orders courtesan Hong to kill him with a poisoned needle from her hair.
Thiruchitrambalam lives with his father and his grandfather. He blames his father for the loss of his mother and sister and is not on good terms with his father. Meanwhile, his love life is not so successful.
Two engineering college dropouts start a shop in Richie street to sell assembled electronic products. Sakthi, who understands the electronic functionalities well, reverse engineers the products and sells them in their shop. Sakthi has also developed a mobile phone which can be assembled by unique parts and thus be heavily custom modified. He meets a final-year engineering student Asha, who buys a laptop from him and later claims he cheated him. They quarrel and later get on and fall in love. She even gets sakthi’s project accepted in a national electroincs firm, for mass production in near future. One day, they get a job to fix CCTV cameras in a rich house. While fixing the job, Sakthi learns that the house belongs to the central Education-HRD Minister Devaraj. Despite properly fixing the CCTV cameras, they are not be paid and are insulted.
Pichaimoorthy (Ram), a barber, being forced by his wife, Subathra (Poorna), to accompany her and their two kids, to meet her brother, Raghu, who has eloped with a girl from an effluent family. They need to get the two of them married before the girl’s parents interfere. However, en route, Pichai gets into a skirmish with Manga (Mysskin), a gangster who is out on parole and has to go to prison by that evening. An enraged Manga swears that he will chop off the former’s limb by sundown. Pichai runs all over the city to escape from Mange and his gang. Can Pichai survive the day? The film ends with an inspirational message that knife must be used only to cut the umbilical cord between a mother&baby and not to harm people.