A woman stands in the terrace calling someone from her mobile, apologizing, and then jumping from a building.
Fast-forward in time by a few years: An aspiring music director Kathir and his friends Vinod and DJ are in a pub. Vinod and DJ are desperate about videos of women. On the way to his music shop, Kathir finds a woman writing her name “Meera” in the drenched window of a bus, and both of them smile at each other. Meera orders for a red violin which she wants to be delivered to her home. Kathir delivers it, and both become friends. They take their relationship to a further level, becoming lovers. Meanwhile, Vinod is sacked from his job when photos of him with his boss’s wife go viral online. He hangs himself due to the humiliation he faced. Kathir finds a video of Meera changing her dress in a shop’s trial room, so he rushes to the shop and tells her about her video.
Sathya (Sibi Sathyaraj), who is working in Sydney, gets a voice call from his ex-lover Shweta (Remya Nambeesan). They worked in the same office and wanted to get married, but her father arranged an alliance with an entrepreneur named Gowtham (Siddhartha Shankar). Sathya leaves for India with the pretence of attending a marriage in their relatives’ household. He takes a car for hire from Babu Khan (Sathish), a travel agent. Sathya also takes a SIM card on his sister’s address and stays at Hotel Marriott.
Sathya meets Shweta at a restaurant and learns her five-year-old daughter Ria (Baby Sherin) is missing. Things went worse when none except Shweta believes that Riya exists. He also learns about Gowtham’s brother Bobby (Ravi Varma), a drug addict who regularly visits her home. Sathya begins an informal investigation which fails many times, but Babu saves him. Posing as Vasanth Menon, a police officer, Sathya meets Gowtham and learns the couple was childless. Gowtham recalls Shweta being attacked by two masked men to steal her car. He added that Shweta went into a coma and post recovery started telling that she had a five-year-old daughter named Ria.
Oru Melliya Kodu
The film, however, follows familiar pattern of Spanish original, wherein a corpse mysteriously disappears from the city morgue. This leads to summoning of police officer to investigate the case of missing body. As usual needle of suspicion falls on woman’s husband. While Spanish film is noir genre cinema, Ramesh’s Game with its taut and gripping screenplay, is aptly tailored to suit the Indian audience’s palate. How, no-nonsense, smart cop Sharath Chandra unravels the truth; whether high profile lady Maya, has been murdered, is it a case of catalepsy, or case of drunken driving, hit and run, behind it, forms the fulcrum of eerie and edgy Game set in specially constructed forensic lab.
After being recruited by a group of unconventional thieves, renowned criminal Richard Pace finds himself caught up in an elaborate gold heist that promises to have far-reaching implications on his life and the lives of countless others.
A serial killer (Anurag Kashyap) disrupts peace in Bengaluru by kidnapping. He goes by the name of the highly notorious serial killer Rudra, who was announced dead five years ago. After another such case, in which the CBI are involved headed by Anjali (Nayanthara), he goes live and declares himself as the deceased Rudra. He insists that Rudra is still alive and announces that he is now back in action. Anjali, who dealt with the earlier case of Rudra, is appointed to deal with him.
In a parallel storyline, Anjali’s brother Arjun (Atharvaa) is facing a rough phase in his relationship. The film flashes back to his life with his lover Krithika Rao (Raashi Khanna) and how they eventually break up. To make it up to her, he, with his friend Vinoth (Ramesh Thilak), travels to Bangalore to meet her and enters the deadly scene between Rudra and Anjali. The cat-and-mouse game gets too intense when Rudra brings Arjun into the game by kidnapping Krithika and demanding a ransom from her father. In an effort to save Krithika, Arjun follows Rudra’s orders and gets framed as “Rudra”, making things much more complicated for him. Anjali is suspended, and Officer Narayan (Devan) takes over the case.
Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka
Saga from a middle class family has three close friends at college, each of them having an affluent background. They decide to prolong their student life by skipping their exams – an act that proves how much they value their friendship despite Saga being under pressure to get a job and be less of a burden on his family. Saga finds his love too, but the happiness is short lived as all his comes crashing down at the dawn of a new year, some loose words in the heat of the moment being the reason. His survival and his friendship are on the line as he races against time to wriggle out of this predicament.
The movie revolves around Easwaran alias E (Jiiva), an orphan brought up in the musty, teeming slums of Chennai by an old woman. For him, money is the thing in life. He comes across Jothy (Nayantara), a bar dancer who settles down in the same locality. After a few encounters, they get acquainted with each other. E’s simple ways attract Jothy. Coming to know of E’s past, Jothy tries desperately to correct his ways and set him on the right path. Meanwhile, Dr. Ramakrishnan (Ashish Vidyarthi) takes up the task of testing a medicine devised by a foreign company, which may come handy in killing people in thousands, especially during times of war. Ramakrishnan chooses Jothy’s sister and E’s grandmother as specimens for the test. He cashes in on the ignorance to slum dwellers. Things take a turn when E rescues Ramakrishnan from a murder bid by Nellai Mani (Pasupathy). A sequence of events brings Mani and E together. Without knowing Mani’s motive, E hides him in a secret place and decides to hand him over to Ramakrishnan for a huge sum. Slowly, E gets attracted by Mani’s good ways. Through him, E comes to know of Ramakrishnan’s ulterior motives. Mani, a revolutionary fighting for a cause, tries to bring about a change in E’s heart. Succeeding in his attempt, Mani lays down his life, leaving E to complete his task. The rest is all about how E puts an end to Ramakrishnan and his evil ways.
Paisa paisa is the fictional tale of three different individual belongs to different like the background based from two different cities on Saturday Ajay is a struggling ad film director with a broken marriage in mind Rajeev is the job seeking young man who is travelling to another city for a job rickshaw driver who is struggling to find an answer to his economic problem in his life whereby is forced to do something which becomes impossible even for himself to justify This is the story of circumstances and day to day situations where people ignore to understand each other where it proves again that each of us have all rights but in real nobody is wrong this is a fictional tale each one of us wants to own it as our own whereby we will relate to each one of that character in the film because of its real realness This is an out and out thriller which runs almost in real time on a span of four hours which is promised to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.