Hero Vijay played by Mathivanan relocates to Australia as a result of his job transfer. There he meets an Australian girl, Emily played by Melissa and falls in love. Meanwhile, Australian Police are in search of Emily who is claimed to be missing for the past 10 days. Meantime, Police find Emily’s dead body who was killed and buried in Vijay’s garden and hence he is arrested. Emily’s postmortem report says that she was murdered and was buried. Further it shocks the police as they find that Vijay had actually arrived at Australia, a day after Emily’s murder. As a result, Vijay is released by the police. Following which, Vijay is all set himself to find about Emily, that who was she actually, who would have murdered her and what would have been the reason behind it, how is it possible for a dead girl to meet and speak wit him.. Finally, all these investigations result to unfold many interesting and shocking informations.
Vasanth (Prashanth), a rich guy meets a girl (Simran) in Coimbatore railway station while travelling to Chennai to join engineering and it is love at first sight for Vasanth. Shankar (Karan) also studies in same college where Vasanth joins and initially both Vasanth and Shankar develop clashes. Priya (Simran) is the sister of Shankar and without knowing that Vasanth meets Priya on a few more situations in Chennai and conveys his love towards her but Priya does not reciprocate and keeps distance with Vasanth.
One day, Vasanth saves Shankar’s life from a few thugs and this makes the two get close to each other. Shankar’s mother Srividya does not like any of Shankar’s friends visiting their home and once insults Vasanth when Shankar has invited Vasanth to his home. Later on Srividya gets to know about Vasanth’s good character and apologizes to him and also invites to their home. Now Vasanth comes to know that Priya is Shankar’s sister and feels bad that he is in love with his best friend’s sister.
Jaihind tells the story of the journey of five people, linked by one man, who fights for childrens’ rights to education. Parvathi (Yuvina Parthavi), from a very poor family background, gets an admission into one of the most affluent schools in the city. However, the man of the house is forced to sell one of his kidneys in order to pay the exorbitant school fees. They still are unable to raise nearly enough money for the school, and they finally give up and commit suicide. This disturbs Abhimanyu (Arjun Sarja) deeply, and the computer service engineer becomes a hero overnight, by propagandizing a solution for education costing so much. Abhimanyu suggests that all private schools be nationalised, which will compel them to offer services at very little fees compared to that being collected now, while still ensuring that the quality of education is not compromised. This is bad news for the private school owners, who make a business out of educating children. Abhimanyu is targeted and pushed to extremes for his ideas. He is put behind bars and has people conspiring to murder him. How he succeeds in his mission, despite all this, forms the crux of the movie.
The romantic story begins with Senthil (Cheran) setting off on a journey, to invite his friends and family for his forthcoming wedding. Along the way, he encounters various individuals from his past, who bring back memories of three women that have influenced his love life.
The movie begins with Senthil, who runs an advertising agency, boarding a train to visit his native village to invite all his friends for his wedding. During the journey he reminisces his teenage days. The happenings in the school, his tussle with his friends and his first love with his classmate, Kamala (Mallika), are all pictured with fun and drama. However he father married her off early before her 11th grade. He meets Kamala after 15 years and she is now a pregnant mother of 3 born children. Senthil reaches the village and invites all including Kamala, who promises to come to the wedding.
Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya
Shiva, the main hero played by newcomer Sethu, enters as a police officer with the name tag reading R. Alexpandian. This is intended to be a spoof to the movie Alex Pandian, which released two days earlier and also included Santhanam as part of the cast.
Shiva (Sethu), Kaalkattu Kaliyaperumal (Santhanam), and Power Kumar (Srinivasan) are three friends with no occupation other than getting drunk and chasing girls. A pretty girl named Sowmiya (Vishaka) moves in with her family to the house opposite Shiva. The three friends fall for the girl’s beauty and make a gentlemen’s agreement to let the girl choose her boyfriend. The three attempt different methods to woo her. Shiva helps Sowmiya’s aunt (Kovai Sarala) in household work; Kaliyaperumal joins Sowmiya’s uncle (Ganesh) to learn singing; Power joins Sowmiya’s father (K. Sivasankar) to learn Bharatanatyam. One day, when none of her other family members are home, the three eventually profess their love, leaving Sowmiya confused.
Moone Moonu Varthai
Arjun (Arjun) is a carefree youngster who can’t work on a single job for more than three months. Everyone including his grandparents (SP Balasubramaniam and Lakshmi) considers him as nuisance. When Arjun’s grandparents ask him to take care of himself and leave to US, he starts a ‘bad news delivery service’ with his friend Karnan (Venkatesh Harinathan)! The idea is to convey ‘unfortunate’ or ‘bad’ news to people. In the process they stop the marriage of a young girl who is the sister of Arjun’s girlfriend Anjali (Aditi Chengappa). When Anjali comes to know about Arjun and his profession, she hates him and there comes an ego clash between Arjun and Karnan as well. Can Arjun solve all the complex issues and lead a happy life?