The journey of two strangers-a jobless carefree man,and a woman with whom he has fallen in love. Upon the woman’s request, he drives her to Mumbai, while a group of gangsters follow them, planning to kidnap the woman.
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Director: N. Linguswamy
Actors: Karthi, Milind Soman, Tamannaah Bhatia
Small-time crooks Sujiv and Sri befriend Ammu, who carries a huge sum of money on a train journey. When a gang of criminals too target Ammu for the money, the duo has to foil their plans.
Arivanandham is a man who runs a shop. He kidnaps three government officials and tells the press his name is Citizen by changing his appearance to their jobs. Meanwhile, CBI Officer Sarojini is given the case of finding the officials and capturing Citizen. She finds evidence that they link to a village called Atthipatti. She goes to a place, where they keep old maps of India. She notices that from 1970-80, the village was missing. She then inquires a Church Father who knows about Atthipatti. He gives them a box full of evidence about the village. She then discovers that the people of Atthipatti are under a old river, which is a construction site. She orders her men to dig it up, and they find corpses. Sarojini finds links to Arivadhanam but cannot identify him. Arivadhanam kidnaps the third man but is stuck in traffic. Sarojini is also in traffic. To clear the traffic, Arivadhanam creates a problem and sorts it out by donning a traffic inspector’s identity. Sarojini drops her handkerchief while in her car, then Arivadhanam swaps it with a paper and gives it to her. She accepts it, then Arivadhanam phones her and tells her she met with Citizen. Outraged, Sarojini decides to ambush his hideout. They track down his location, but he is nowhere to be found. They find masks, computers, and newspaper cuttings. Sarojini finds Arivadhanam in a mosque and arrests him. Arivadhanam is taken to court and is inquired about why he kidnapped the officials. He retells his memory.
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.
The film revolves around Alagar (Nataraj), who takes care of the family’s red chilli business. But he spends most of the time with his friends and leads a happy life till he comes across three brothers who control Madurai. He earns the wrath of the evil brothers while trying to save a girl called Thenmozhi (Poongothai). How our one man army successfully defeats the baddies and joins hands with his ladylove.
Ganapatideva was the emperor of the Kakatiya dynasty who rules Kakatiya Empire from Orugallu(present day Warangal, Telangana) as its Capital. With Kakatiya Dynasty at a problem, Ganapatideva’s wife gives birth to a baby girl, but as the Dynasty is in big trouble and the people want a prince, not a princess the minister advises king to announce the baby girl as a boy. Rudramadevi was formally designated as a son and given the male name Rudradeva, through the ancient Putrika ceremony. But, during Rudramadevi’s birth, an astrologer predicted that a baby girl is born to rule the kingdom jointly with her father as his co-regent from 1259–60 under the name of Rudradeva Maharaja.
Veera, a forest brigand was killed by police officers. A police officer who is suspected to have become this brigand’s man has gone underground and a team of cops (Richard, Bharani and co) are sent to the forest to capture/kill him. They meet Akhila (Arundhati), a woman who claims to live in the forest, who, they think is a prostitute. Meanwhile, in a parallel track, there is a young woman Dhamini (Manochitra), who agrees to be driven to the same forest by Sivaji (Vimal), a debauched car driver.
After learning martial arts, Fong Sai-yuk comes back to Zhaoqing and gets immediately involved in a corruption case. The Governor of Nine Gates is ordered to lead a squad to kill witnesses and destroy the evidence. Fong Sai-yuk’s friends are killed, and his parents are arrested. Faced with such challenges, he and Lui Ting-ting decide to fight against the villains with all they’ve got.
Veerame Vaagai Soodum
A normal man from a middle-class family questioning the authorities for abusing their powers.
Teja, a software engineer’s plans to take down corruption are inspired by real-life incidents that took place in 2014 at Kukapally, Hyderabad.