I Love You Da
Rajkishore pays Indian cricketers to lose matches so that he can bet on the Pakistan team to make a lot of money. One day, Rajkishore’s daughter Priya was sad that India never wins any matches, so Rajkishore lets India win, but just for one match. One time, India loses, and a small boy commits suicide. Seeing this, Raju works hard to become a cricket player and makes India win. He is stopped by Rajkishore but wins and becomes a cricket player. Raju goes to Pakistan to win but is stopped by Rajkishore, who is then killed by Priya. Eventually, India wins, but Priya goes to jail. She comes out and is reunited with Raju.
Gopikrishna (Murali) owns an old bus which was received as compensation for his father’s road accident. Gopi is now facing lots of consequences due to the bus’s pathetic condition. He had sold many valuable things to maintain this bus, and his friend Azhagu (Vadivelu) was his only companion and the bus’s cleaner. A mouse had eaten Azhagu’s passport and spoiled his chances of going abroad. Some part of the film’s comedy involves Azhagu running behind the mouse for revenge. A live TV show in which Gopi insults the City Traffic Commissioner (Vinu Chakravarthy) lands him in more trouble when the latter commands Gopi to leave the city with the bus. His other friends, advocates, and well-wishers try to help him with a bank loan to run a mobile kitchen (Tattukada) from his bus. The plot took a turn when a girl named Vasanthi (Radha) enters the bus as a nomad, but she was actually Gayathri, the daughter of an influential and politically powerful minister (P. Vasu) in Puducherry.
Prabhu(Prasanna), Ilango(Krishna), Sundar(Karthik), Priya and Indra are the best of friends at college, swearing to never lose touch with one another later in life. They manage to get jobs in the same company but Ilango, was whisked away to his village by his dictatorial father(Vijayan) and forced into marriage with Eeswari(Kanika). He then runs away while the friends assume that he is in Bombay with his new wife. A few years later the remaining four are still friends, working in the same company and even living in one house. Prabhu meets Eeswari on the train and without knowing that she is Ilango’s wife, falls in love with her. When the truth comes out she becomes good friends with the gang while they promise to find Ilango and reunite them.
Chandrakant ‘Chandu’ Nagre joins the world of crime in the Mumbai underworld. Gradually he learns the tricks of the trade and increases the gang’s earnings and profits. This leads to his affinity with Malik, the leader of the gang. Later, Malik and Chandu kill Saeed and his brother Anis in the rear seat of the car on a chilling rainy day. Thereafter Malik goes on a bloody rampage killing all his opponents to take the reins of underworld in his hands. His rival gang leader and colleague under Aslam’s umbrella Sharma, who was in a meeting with police inspector Rathod, is killed off. Inspector Rathod, who once tortured and abused Chandu in jail in early days, is killed at Malik’s permission. However both come at loggerheads during the execution of a contract killing. Chandu stops the deliberate vehicle crash and falls from Malik’s favor.
Ilango (Srikanth) and Sriram (Jai Akash) are best friends. Ilango is the only son of Radhika and Raghuvaran, who are interested in anything but his academics. He falls in love with Mano (Bhumika Chawla), who also eventually happens to reside opposite their house, with her loudmouthed sub-inspector mother (Rekha). With the responsibilities of a brother to get his sisters married, Sriram leaves for Libya on a job received through Ilango’s parents. Before he leaves, he tells Ilango that Mano and himself are in love, and asks Ilango to look after his lover until he is back. Ilango swallows his love secret for the sake of friendship. Meanwhile, Bhumika’s mother arranges for her to get married to Vijay Adhiraj for his wealth. At this juncture, Mano and Ilango lie that they are already married. They both leave their parents, and Ilango starts earning to support Mano. Finishing his job assignment, Sriram returns, only to give yet another family responsibility as an excuse. He apologizes for not being able to marry Mano as he is a tight corner to marry somebody else for the sake of his sister’s marriage. Later, Mano leaves to Mumbai after a job opportunity. Ilango’s parents come to know the truth that he and Mano are not married. They accept them. Radhika knows Mano as the girl Ilango loved, but he would not accept it since Mano might think wrong of him. Later in the train station, things turn plates and Mano comes to know that she is the girl he loved and accepts him.
Arivazhagan (Manoj. K. Bharathi) is from Chennai and has grown up to be a good-for-nothing fellow because of the neglect and ill-treatment by the hands of his parents (Jaiganesh and Fathima Babu). His only aim in life is to be an irritant to his father. The entire family attends the marriage of Savitri (Richa) in Bangalore, and when the groom disappears, Arivu offers to take his place. The marriage never happens, but Savitri shows up at Arivu’s house later, asking him to give her refuge. When he moves out of the house to take up residence with his friends, she follows him there too. Initially irritated by her, Arivu realises that he is gradually falling in love with her.
Joseph (Ajayan) and Sudha (Anjali) get married against their parents’ wishes and they elope with their friends’ help. Sudha’s father (Vincent Roy), a politician, wants to kill Sudha and her friends. They arrive at a beach resort where they meet an old man (Thalaivasal Vijay) who warns them about the dangers at the resort. He tells them that the place is haunted and murders can take place. The friends arrange for the couple’s honeymoon, ignoring his pleadings to vacate the place. However in the forest, all the friends get murdered one by one, it turns out that the old man was the one who committed these killings as he explains his flashback of his granddaughter getting killed in the name of sacrifice by unscrupulous businessmen for the sake of buying the forest where the resort has been built as for that he kills each and every person who visits this resort. In the end, the old man gets stabbed and Arun and his lover escape from the place being worried about the situation.
Karmegham (Mammootty) returns to his village after serving in the army for long. He finds that the villagers still live the shackles of old customs and traditions. They work as slaves to a feudal landlord (Radha Ravi) who exploits them. Maheswari (Abhirami), a doctor, falls in love with Karmegham. Later through his mother (Manorama), Karmegham comes to know that Radha Ravi is his father and then it becomes a father-son conflict. Karmegham stood with the villagers and opposed his father and brother Shakthi. His sister, Mangai, loves a poor villager but Sakthi and his father are against her love. Sakthi kills her sister’s lover, his sister goes mad and Karmegham calls the police. His brother escapes but the police shot him in an encounter. Karmegham gets married with Maheswari. His sister and mother die in a bomb blast planned by Karmegham’s father. Karmegham kills his father to save at least his village.
Karthik (Nagarjuna Akkineni) is a rich architect in Ooty. He falls in love with Padmavathi “Padhu” (Gracy Singh). Padhu is hesitant to accept and reciprocate Karthik’s love, as she doesn’t know what kind of a person he is. Padmavathi has a younger cousin named Bhanu (Shriya). Bhanu encourages their love and gives courage to Padhu’s feelings. When Padhu reveals her love, her father Rama Chandraiah (K. Viswanath) enraged, resists and asks her to marry the guy he has chosen for her causing Padhu to elope marry Karthik.
Hamsavardhan and Mammootty live together in Malaysia. They both fall in love with the same girl Lena. Eventually, Lena has to choose between them and she chooses Mammootty as he is wealthy. Mammootty comes to know of this and breaks off his engagement to her and walks away, feeling all good.
Tirupathi (Prabhu Deva), Pazhani (Raju Sundaram) and Chidambaram (Nagendra Prasad) are physically impaired — one cannot see, the second is hard of hearing and the third is mute. None has a family. They are friends who begin to live under the same roof. Narmada (Jyotika) enters their lives and all three fall in love with her. The story follows their attempts to win her hand.
Pammal K. Sambandam
When stuntman Sambandham (Kamal Haasan) and Dr. Janaki (Simran) come across each other at his brother Anand’s (Abbas) and her best friend Malathi’s (Sneha) hastily planned wedding ceremony, they instantly develop a dislike for each other. They both have a very low opinion of the opposite sex, and staunchly believe marriage is not the way to go for the two newly-weds, whom they try to discourage from proceeding further.
Janaki convinces Malathi to test out her theory that men are after only one thing, by forcing Malathi to delay their consummation for three months. She is sure Anand will not be able to do so and this will prove to Malathi that Anand is just another low-class male, like all others.
Bala (Shaam) is the favorite hit man of gangster Pasupathi (Rajan P. Dev). When Bala is not zooming around in jeeps with a wild-looking gang parading down lanes with the same gang faithfully following a step behind him or knocking down one person or another, he is successfully wooing Aarthi (Meera Jasmine). Aarthi is the daughter of Jeyamani (Raghuvaran), a rival gangster. Ailing don Paranthaman (Thilakan), the mentor of the two rivals, brings a compromise by suggesting that Aarthi will be married to Pasupathi’s wayward son. Bala naturally becomes a pariah in both camps, till it’s all’s well that ends well.
The film starts with Shakeel (Rahul Dev) killing his own brother for information, which is also known to Veeru Dada (Kolla Ashok Kumar). In the encounter, Veeru jumps off into a river from a cliff. After 18 years, we have Veeru with a leg cut off giving info to Raja (Mahesh Babu), a mischievous thief who robs banks in style. Raja gives Veeru a share of 50% for all his tip offs. Raja becomes more daring as the price tag on his head increases by thousands. There is another mischievous thief Panasa (Bipasha Basu). She and her uncle follow Raja so she can dupe him and escape with all the looted money. As the things go on a frolicking way between Panasa and Raja, Shakeel is searching for Veeru. Veeru realizes Shakeel will kill him soon. Hence, Veeru offers a big diamond to Raja and asks him to escort his daughter Bhuvana (Lisa Ray) to his brother Dharma’s place.
A story of friendship among 8 girls and boys. Kathir is an intelligent guy who grew up in a poor family. His younger brother stopped his education for Kathir. In college, Kathir meets a girl named Shwetha and over the time they become friends. Many guys are interested in her but she finds something different about Kathir. The friends then decides to visit each others home for their vacation. At Shwetha home, they learn that Shwetha’s father is thinking of getting her married the next year. At graduation swap names on a tree since it is their final year. Though Kathir and Shwetha love each other, they are unable to express their love for each other. The rest of the story is about how they become together.
Ezhumalai (Arjun) leads a peaceful life as a dance master in the village. Anjali (Gajala) falls in love with him before learning he has a son and his wife Lakshmi (Simran) is dead. She wishes to marry him but faces competition from Lakshmi’s sister Sandhya (Mumtaj), who also wishes to wed him. Anjali is the daughter of Nagalingam (Ashish Vidyarthi), who is from a neighboring village. When she reveals this fact to Ezhumalai, she learns he and her father are sworn enemies, and her father killed Lakshmi.
Ashok (Raghava Lawrence) is a good-for-nothing youth whose only aim is to enjoy life by drinking and dancing the night away with his friends. To this end, he even swindles his father (Pyramid Natarajan) regularly off of his hard earned money. He meets Priya (Anu Prabhakar) and soon her beauty and outlook on life make him fall for her. When he proposes to her, threatening to kill himself if she doesn’t accept his love, she promises that she would accept him if he makes a name for himself. Spurred by her words, Ashok starts working hard. But what he doesn’t know is that Priya is already in love with Arvind (Kunal) and that her promise to him was just to prevent him from taking the extreme step on her rejection.
Solla Marantha Kathai
Shanmugam (Parthiban), a veterinary doctor, lives in the city with his wife Valarmati (Devayani) and their two children. In school, Shanmugam was in love with his classmate Dhanalakshmi (Nandita Das), but fate had forced them to go their separate ways, with Dhanam being forced to wed her brother-in-law (Sayaji Shinde). One day, Shanmugam spots Dhanam, who, having lost her husband, now lives a life of poverty on the platforms with her son Balu. After an unsuccessful attempt to find her a job in a friend’s house, he hires her as their servant-maid. However, memories of the past start to create a tension between Shanmugam and Dhanam, despite their attempts to maintain a distance.
One day, Valarmati finds out from Shanmugam’s old classmates how they both were in love when they were young, and she starts fearing that Shanmugam will leave her and her children for Dhanam. Valarmati becomes so distraught that she even humiliates Dhanam at a party organized by one of their friends. When they return home, Valarmati confronts Shanmugam, and an argument ensues. Dhanam overhears their argument and silently goes to bed. The next morning, Dhanam and Balu are nowhere to be found. When Shanmugam searches the house, he finds a letter written by Dhanam saying that she wants Valarmati and Shanmugam to be happy and that she doesn’t want to come between them. Soon, Valarmati realizes the truth and wants to bring Dhanam back home and ask her for her forgiveness.
Namma Veetu Kalyanam
Meena and Geetha fall in love with two guys, who apparently are college professors. The girls’ brother Krishnamurthy, an MLA, abandons the plan to get them married to ministers’ sons and reluctantly accedes to their wish. The girls are married off to their respective lovers, only to learn that the duo are not college professors, but two unemployed youths in search of jobs. Thrown out of the house by the furious family, the men open a fast food eatery to prove a point to their unforgiving wives. How the matter is resolved forms the rest of the story.
Siva (R. Madhavan) is based out of Srirangam and he comes to Chennai to join a college. He stays with his sister (Anu Hasan) and her husband (Raghuvaran). Siva does not like his brother-in-law and never talks to him, despite several attempts made by his sister to convince both.
Siva meets Priya (Meera Jasmine) during a bus journey, and it is love at first sight for him. He again meets her on a few more occasions and proposes his love, but she warns him to stop following her despite liking him. Siva understands that Priya’s brother Bhaskar (Atul Kulkarni) is a local goon, and he attacks anyone who follows his sister.
Ajith is Red (it stands for Revolution, Education, Development), an orphan who has since grown up to be the local don in Madurai. Naturally he possesses a heart of gold and when not bashing up bad guys, he spends his time forcing schools to accept students without donations and taking care of orphans. Cheeni (Salim Ghouse) is his biggest enemy. Red falls for Gayatri (Priya Gill), the daughter of his friend and confidante Narayanan (Manivannan) and helps her without her knowledge. She too likes him but wants him to give up his life of violence. Meanwhile, a reporter (Rajesh) for Ananda Vikatan begins to serialise Red’s story under the name Aadi and it becomes quite the rage among readers
Enge Enathu Kavithai
A car mechanic running a small garage get taken care of by a friend who hails from a rich family. The man happens to meet a woman and they fall in love with each other. As fate has it, the rich friend falls in love with the same woman.
Ramanaa begins with the abduction of fifteen District collectors. After three days in captivity, fourteen officers are released, but one is murdered. The police find a tape recording and a file on the dead officer’s body that provide significant evidence concerning the kidnapping and subsequent murder. The file suggests that the crimes were committed by members of the self-proclaimed “Anti-Corruption Force” (A.C.F.), a citizen militia seeking to eliminate corruption through vigilante acts. The militia, acting as a kangaroo court, “sentenced” corrupt officials in the area to death, beginning with the captured revenue officers who were apparently engaging in criminal activity.
The film opens with the birth of Baba (Rajinikanth), who is a ‘baba amsa sambhootudu’. Baba grows up as an atheist and hot-blooded man, but he is a Good Samaritan. His lifestyle includes consuming alcohol, smoking substances, and chewing tobacco. His mother (Sujatha) and maternal uncle (M. N. Nambiar) are ardent devotees of Mahavatar Babaji (the Mahaavtar Baba who is supposed to be 2000 years old and who lives in the Himalayas). Chamundeswari (Manisha Koirala) stays in the neighborhood of Baba’s residence who often quarrels with Baba but eventually falls in love with his style and falls for his attitude.
Thamizh (Prashanth) leads a happy life with his mother (Manorama) and sister-in-law Kalaichelvi (Urvasi). Thamizh’s brother (Livingston) is working in Kuwait, and he too dreams of joining him there. Their tenant Meenakshi (Simran) and Thamizh fall in love. When the goons of Periyavar (Ashish Vidyarthi) injure Thamizh’s niece, he stops Periyavar’s car on the road and questions him. He then beats up one of Periyavar’s goons when insulted. This makes him Periyavar’s target, and though he tries to withdraw from the violence, he is forced to join forces with Rathnam (Nassar), Periyavar’s sworn enemy, and eventually defeats him.
Simbhu (Silambarasan) is elected college chairman after he beats Charmi (Charmi), the daughter of Ravishankar (Radha Ravi), a minister. Predictably, the two soon fall for each other, though they never directly reveal it. But when Ravishankar comes to know of the love affair, he is staunchly against it and is willing to go any distance to make sure that it never succeeds. At Simbhu’s house, his father (Prakash Raj) mentally tortures his wife (Seetha), since he suspects her of having an affair with her ex-lover. Outside home, Simbhu is helped by Vakkeel Dada (T. Rajendar), a lawyer who makes sure justice is served whatever the means.
The movie deals with the oldest of stories – the poor boy-rich girl love story – and makes no attempts to treat it in a different way or in an interesting manner. It follows the typical sequence of events in such stories.