An undercover cop goes to find and kill a crime lord. However, when he realizes that the crime lord’s business intentions are good and he has his own challenges, he needs to decide his next step and help the crime lord change his life.
Director: Obeli N. Krishna
Actors: Gautham Karthik, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Silambarasan Rajendar
Duration: 151 min
Saravanan, a foreign-educated researcher returns to his native place in India. His family runs colleges and hospitals. He crosses swords with a filthy-rich medical mafia with only commercial intentions.
Attraction to Paris
Thamizh a con cheats gangsters and makes money…this is the plot of the stupid movies
It is a hair-raising journey into the world of two lovers as both their families are ripped apart for the sake of revenge and power, and an entertaining look at how they rise out of that pit of blood lust and despair, together.
A handful of tourists looking for adventure get more than they bargained for when they cross paths with a massive man-eating beast in this thriller. Pete McKell (Michael Vartan) is a writer for an American travel magazine who has been assigned to write a story about vacationing in rugged Northern Australia. Pete signs up for a cruise along a river that’s home to a large crocodile population, with tough but pretty Kate Ryan (Radha Mitchell) serving as guide. Pete soon finds he’s roughing it in the Aussie wilds with an eclectic variety of travelers, including Russell (John Jarratt), who is dealing with the death of his wife; Simon (Stephen Curry), a tactless amateur photographer; and Allen (Geoff Morrell), a member of the British upper crust making the trip with his ailing spouse (Heather Mitchell) and their rambunctious daughter (Mia Wasikowska). While Kate’s former husband, who also works on the river, makes a pest of himself in the early stages of the voyage, the travelers soon find they have more to worry about when their craft is attacked by a massive 25-foot crocodile, who is just clever enough to know how
The film opens and ends with jail sequences. In both scenes, Pazhanivel (Bharath) is seen behind bars. The happenings from his release and his reentry to the jail make the whole film. Pazhanivel, who comes out of prison, puts his sister Karpagambal’s (Kushboo) life on track through his heroics and goes back to jail as a martyr. Pazhanivel was put behind bars when he was 10 years old. He killed his father’s (Yaar Kannan) “keep”, who made his mother’s (Rekha) life a hell by exploiting her to cajole his “keep”. He went to jail, and his father turned an aimless vagabond. Karpagambal, who disowned him when he was sent to jail, grew up and got married to businessman Jeevanandham (Biju Menon). Karpagambal is living in a fool’s paradise, believing the man, who is actually an antisocial element. However, she need not worry about anything. Pazhanivel, who is now 25 years old, has come out of jail. He gets a job in his sister’s house, unearths Jeevanandham’s shady deals, reforms him, and puts his sister’s life on track. Meanwhile, he finds his lady love Deepti (Kajal Aggarwal).
Naan Enna Summava – MLA
An intelligent youngster is faced with a situation to win in the state legislative assembly elections in order to win the approval of his father-in-law.
A brave police officer saves a girl from getting abducted. Although the motive for the crime seems unclear, she and her team investigate and connect the dots, leading them to a drug mafia.
The film begins with Murugesan (Bharath) limping sorrowfully from the Central Jail, Palayamkottai, in a scruffy beard and glasses. He has been imprisoned for 17 years. The film flashes back to 1989, where Murugesan is an unruly youngster in Sivasaila. He is the son of flower sellers (Rajesh and Yuvasri), with Thapaal Thangavelu (Vadivelu), who provides as much laughter as the posts he delivers. Life is a long, sunny adventure for Murugesan, who beats people up, sells his grandfather’s land, runs over rooftops, and incurs so much of his father’s wrath that he is prophesied to meet a horrible end. Not that this gloomy prospect affects him – he continues on his own sweet way until he runs into Parijatham (Poonam Bajwa), a demure, fair-complexioned, striking Iyer girl, the daughter of Panjami Iyer (Y. G. Mahendran) and the younger sister of Gayathri (Simran). In the meantime, the village’s bigwig Periyavar (Sampath Raj), who is magnanimous in public and a tyrant at home, casts his eyes on Parijatham. He places his pawns carefully and is afraid of being found out. Parijatham is trapped, and Periyavar starts removing her dresses. He and Murugesan come close to breaking each other’s bones many times, but the situations defuse themselves in a perfectly natural fashion. Several twists in the tale occur in a quick fashion, and Murugesan and Parijatham are bound in a net from which, seemingly, there is no escape.