Léon: The Professional
12-year-old Mathilda is reluctantly taken in by Léon, a professional assassin, after her family is murdered. An unusual relationship forms as she becomes his protégée and learns the assassin’s trade.
A woman, who lives in a village where female infanticide is a common practice, goes to great lengths to get justice when her sister and her newborn child are murdered in cold blood.
This Tamil remake of “9 to 5” has three women working in the same office (Revathi, Rohini, Urvashi) who are constantly harassed by their lecherous boss (Nasser). The three decide to gang up against him, but the situation gets complicated when the boss lands in a hospital and the three women end up with the dead body of a terrorist.
Amavasai (Sathyaraj), homeless but egotistical, gets acquainted to politician Manimaran, then MLA of the Palladam constituency, near Tirupur (Manivannan). Amavasai helps Mani with some petty tasks during election campaign and meetings. Amavasai grows into a well acclaimed helper and first associate for Mani. Meanwhile, Amavasai falls in love with Thayamma (Kasthuri) and one day he gives her some drug making her groggy and then rapes her. Mani instructs Amavasai to stand for MLA election as independent candidate in the upcoming general election with his support as Mani was not given his party ticket. Amavasai wins by a huge margin and becomes the MLA. He forgets his relationship with Thayamma and rejects her pregnancy and child. Thayamma and her parents move out of that village to avoid humiliation. Soon Thayamma gives birth to a boy and dies. Amavasai forgets Mani’s help and forces him in a role under him. He changes his name to Nagaraja Cholan for gaining social status. He marries the only daughter of the rich local landlord, Sivakami (Sujatha) and even cheats him of his palace. Over the years, Amavasai grows into a highly influential and corrupt politician with high criminal affluence. He builds a strong political empire through shortcuts. His ego and pride to remain in power make him kill many. He wins and remains as MLA of Palladam in all the general elections for next 20 years.
Now, Amavasai’s son Thangavel (also Sathyaraj) through Thayamma comes out as a new police constable, who is deputed in Amavasai’s constituency. Thangavel is betrothed to a beautiful +2 studying girl Kuyili. They both fall in love. But during the official wedding engagement, a dispute arises over the people asking about his father’s identity and the wedding is cancelled. He asks his grandparents about his father, but they remain silent. So he accuses his mother to be a slut, and his granddad bashes him and tells all about Ammavasai. Thangavel now comes to know of his real father and about his betrayal of his mother and also his corrupt practices. The state assembly is about to be dissolved prior to general elections. But the ruling party leadership does not wish to give a seat to Amavasai again, as he has minimal chances of winning, due to his corruption, illegal activities as MLA. So he invokes a cruel caste riot in his constituency and pretends to stop it. So he is given the ticket again. Thangavel is posted as riot police head constable to stop riots and to protect Ammavasai. He saves Ammavasai from an assassination attempt. He then goes to Ammavasai’s house and reveals his identity. He challenges his father that he will stop all of his illegal activities. Then Thangavel gets posted as Law and Order Sub-Inspector in the same area. The story further revolves around how Amavasai and Thangavel proceed in their battle and finally who wins the battle.
A wealthy man is known and revered for his just nature all over the region. His brother is married to an arrogant girl while there are others who are continuously plotting against this family.
Feisty college student Indhu spends a lot of time with Pattasu and his friends. However, a fight between them and a local ruffian gets Indhu thrown out of college. To make matters worse, her malevolent uncle tries to force her into prostitution.
Sadhu (Tamil: சாது) is a Tamil-language Musical film which is Directed by P. Vasu & performed by Arjun, Raveena Tandon and Released on 22 July 1994.
Student in a South Indian college Prabhu is elected as the student leader of the college. When the principal asks him to invite the Governor of the state, Ranjit Singh Rathore, to be the chief guest at the annual day function Prabhu meet up with Ranjit Singh’s daughter, Shruti who happen to be the girl of his dreams. In order to captivate her attention Prabhu join Shruti’s dancing class and is able to impress her thus both fall in love; due to fear of terrorism in the region Shruti is not allow to move without bodyguard. She decides to break this rule in order to run away with Prabhu to a dance festival in Chidambaram only to find life threaten by a bomb that is implanted in that region at that time. But she manages to elude this only to return home whereby her father objects to her relationship with Prabhu and on his behest Prabhu is arrested by the police and accused of planting the bomb in Chidambaram, torture and then later on release. Unknown to the general public Ranjit is involved with a dangerous bomb expert who is responsible for many bomb blasts in the region and Prabhu’s life is under his threat as he has certain evidences that can incarcerate the duo.
In a bridge across a sea, saxophone music is heard which is played by Guna (Prabhu). He recollects about the tragedy which happened two years back in his life.
Guna and Siva (Ramesh Aravind) are two brothers who own an orchestra and are very popular with their performances. Both are very affectionate towards each other. Both of them look for their love and eventually find one. The girl whom Siva chose accepted his love, while the girl chose by Guna insults him of his fat size, which hurts him. Siva’s love fails and he is heartbroken. To console him, Guna shifts to city with Siva and his sister. Guna’s father had an illegal affair with a woman named Sitamma during their childhood, and on his deathbed, his father gets a promise from Guna that he should accommodate her with them as she does not have any relation. Guna, who lost his mother invites her to live with them. Sitamma accepts on condition that nobody in the family should know how she is related to them and also she should be introduced as a cook. Unwillingly, Guna accepts that. Guna, being a saxophone player, music director and lyricist, and Siva as a singer flourish in their career. Sitamma finds that Guna is a very affectionate person and Siva is a very sensitive person who cannot bear any downfalls in life even to a little extent.
Sindhu Nathi Poo
The film begins with the young man Sakthivel (Ranjith) coming back to his village. At his return, he is respected and treated as God by the villagers, they call him Thirukkaval. Thirukkaval still hates his father Chettiar (Jaishankar), stepmother Azhamu (Kavitha), stepbrother and stepsister. The kind-hearted Thirukkaval quickly makes enemies including Munnumunuthan (Vasu Vikram), Kodumudi (Kazan Khan) and his father Chettiar. Meanwhile, Pasupathy (Ravi Shankar) and Chinna Pulla (Rajakumari) fall in love with each other. The affair is soon exposed, so Thirukkaval arranges their wedding. Shortly after, Pasupathy dies in an accident and the villagers blame the innocent Thirukkaval.
In the past, Thirukkaval lived happily with his father Chettiar, his mother Shenbaga Valli and his baby sister Chittu. Chettiar had an affair with Shenbaga Valli’s sister Azhamu and Azhamu became pregnant. Unable to bear the situation, Shenbaga Valli killed her baby daughter and committed suicide. The angry Thirukkaval injured his father’s foot and run away. He then became a child labourer to make a living.
Chinna Pulla’s mother Appayi (Manorama) passes away. Thereafter, Thirukkaval is accused of having an affair with the widow Chinna Pulla. What transpires next forms the rest of the story.
‘Honest’ Raj (Vijayakanth), a police officer in coma for four years, wakes up suddenly. Abhinaya (Gouthami), a newly appointed doctor, saves him from a killer with the help of Raj’s assistant Velu (Senthil).
In the past, Raj lived with his mother Maragatham (Manorama) and took the IPS exam. They shifted to their relative’s house in a village. Pushpa (Aamani), a village girl, fell in love with Raj. Raj’s best friend Bharatha (Devan) attempted to suicide after his father’s creditors pressured him. Raj saved him, and Bharatha lent his printing press company to Pazhani. Raj and Pushpa got married, and he passed the IPS exam successfully. Bharatha found counterfeit money in his factory and started an illegal business with Pazhani. Bharatha then became rich and killed his partners.
A set of circumstances makes Sakthi leave Mumbai for a village in Tamil Nadu. However, he ends up getting embroiled in a feud between the wealthy Karpagavalli and her deadly brother-in-law.
Sathyamurti, Vidya and four others are college friends. When one of their friends is killed by the CM, Vidya witnesses the murder. Later, she commits suicide after being raped for going to the police.
En Aasai Machan
Subramani (Murali), the college leader, falls in love with Meenakshi (Ranjitha), but she requests him to complete her challenges to accept his love. Subramani succeeds her challenges, and when she asks him to kiss her in public, he is arrested by a police officer (Radha Ravi). Aruchami (Vijayakanth), Subramani’s brother, the respected village chief, lives with Thayamma (Revathi).
In the past, Subramani’s mother died during Subramani’s childbirth. Aruchami and Thayamma got engaged when they were children. They stayed unmarried to take care of Subramani.
Subramani is later released from jail. Meenakshi’s uncle (Kazan Khan) wants to marry her, and he then beats up Aruchami. Later, Thayamma decides to work in Meenakshi’s house to spy on her. Meenakshi admits to Thayamma that she is in love with Subramani. Meenakshi’s uncle agrees for Meenakshi and Subramani’s marriage. Finally, Subramani and Meenakshi get married, but they discover that Thayamma has died.
A new professor cleans up a crime-ridden college