Road To Paloma
Viy – Forbidden Empire
Early 18th century. Cartographer Jonathan Green undertakes a scientific voyage from Europe to the East. Having passed through Transylvania and crossed the Carpathian Mountains, he finds himself in a small village lost in impassible woods. Nothing but chance and heavy fog could bring him to this cursed place. People who live here do not resemble any other people which the traveler saw before that. The villagers, having dug a deep moat to fend themselves from the rest of the world, share a naive belief that they could save themselves from evil, failing to understand that evil has made its nest in their souls and is waiting for an opportunity to gush out upon the world.
Kung Fu Angels
An unruly and spoiled girl Nancy is sent to the Physical Education College, which cultivates students into sports elites with strict regulations. Although her cousin Ken tries to help her get used to the ascetic life there, it doesn’t turn out as he intended. In order to pursue the handsome captain Tom, Nancy quits her favorite volleyball, but joins the Kung Fu team. What really annoys her is another girl Tina, who sees Nancy’s crush on Tom, is still chummy with Tom. Experiencing inter-school Kung Fu tournament enables Nancy to learn a lot from the Principle, her teammates and even rivals. Through tears and pains, the young ones grow up and get closer to their dreams. Since then, Nancy has found that practicing Kung Fu is no longer for wooing a guy.
The adventure begins when 13-year-old Lucas embarks on the vacation of a lifetime. When disaster strikes, Lucas finds himself stranded in a strange land littered with ghost ships and prehistoric creatures. While searching for other signs of life, Lucas hears a radio broadcast in the distance and is drawn into the jungle, where he encounters a beautiful young girl who claims to have come from the 1950s. Together they set out on a quest to get home, all the while uncovering secrets that will forever change the future.
Amara is a 2014 Tamil language film written, filmed and directed by M. Jeevan. The film was produced by S.A. Jalavudhin who had previously produced Sengathu. Starring Amaran, Sruthi Ramakrishnan and Ashish Vidyarthi, the film released on 28 February 2014.
The film tells the story about Denes and Karadi, living in this 21st Century, and living life to the fullest just like any other youngsters. They aspire to be where the limelight is, work for their dough but with an exception, their lives also bring the fast life of cheating and deceiving if only to lead the life of the rich and famous, but in this case, a wannabe life of the rich and famous. Just like any other teenagers fresh from college, starting out their lives seem like a possible feat where the sky is the limit, and as the saying goes, go where no man has gone before and have no fear treading on calm water.
Kaali (Karthi) is an impulsive and short-tempered working class man who works in an IT company and enjoys playing football during his free time. His best friend is Anbu (Kalaiyarasan), who is a young political aspirant. They along with their gang live in the dilapidated flats of the housing board in Vyasarpadi, North Chennai. In a long-standing bloody feud, two factions of a political party have been laying claim to a wall on which they can paint the portraits of their respective political leaders. Anbu, under the local leader of one of the opposing parties, Maari (Charles Vinoth), is determined to claim that wall for their own party. The other party chief is Kannan (Poster Nandakumar) and his son Perumal (Mime Gopi) who are hell bent in making sure that their opponents efforts go in vain. The painting of Kannan’s father’s face has been on the wall for two decades, since the start of the feud. The two parties and their supporters get into frequent clashes and scrapes. In the meantime, Kaali falls in love with Kalaiarasi (Catherine Tresa), and she too reciprocates his feelings.
Oru Modhal Oru Kadhal
Oru Modhal Oru Kadhal is a story of a guy (Vivek Rajgopal), who falls in love with a girl, and their trouble-filled journey from Chennai to Bangalore to Delhi giving troubles to his friends and family portrayed hilariously.
Shankar is an orphan raised by a sincere police officer named Raja Rao. His son Bharath accidentally kills a kid and Shankar takes the blame on him. Shankar is imprisoned and Raja Rao warns him not to meet him again. After graduating, Shankar is employed as a circle inspector of police. He is popularly referred to as ‘Encounter’ Shankar because of his track record as an encounter specialist.
He is transferred to Bukkapatnam town in Tadipatri, Ananthapur district. He is assigned the task of halting the illegal businesses of Damodar, an influential crime boss whose dream project is to build a power plant. Using his wits, Shankar destroys all the three main businesses of Damodar by trapping their respective in-charges. He brings a stay on the power project by bringing few vital witnesses before the court of law, thereby earning Damodar’s ire. On a parallel note, Shankar loves a sweet shop owner named Saroja who reciprocates her feelings at a later point of time.
Kiran (Kreshna) is a TV telemarketer who gets into trouble after one of his products has an opposite effect than what was intended, on the son of a local thug who acted the commercial for him. That is also the moment when he discovers that his ‘real’ father left him a bungalow on an estate in a small town. He cons the son of the don, escapes with the money along with his girlfriend Smitha (Rupa Manjari), renovates the rundown mansion into a hotel with the help of a local caretaker Sharath (Karunakaran), who was under the care of Kiran’s father before and his bombshell sister Saranya (Oviya). Customers begin to come as soon the hotel was opened. A husband and wife, newly married couple with relativesand a body builder dies in the premise after staying one night. They burry the dead bodies on the backyard. All their guests die except the school kids and teacher who were sent by the locak police.Baffled, Kiran tries to uncover the mystery behind the deaths, only to find the dead people were previous owner of the bungalow,which leads him to believe that the house is haunted.
Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani
The movie starts of with Sigamani (Bharath) as a young student refusing to go to school. His father, after having heated arguments with the school teacher, says his son does not have to go to school. Thus, Sigamani grows up illiterate and uneducated. After 25 years, he has grown up to be a siddha vaithiyar, following his family’s roots. There is also a marriage broker in this story, Vijay Sethupathy (Singampuli), who tries hard to find an educated girl for Sigamani, but he is unable to. Due to the fact that Sigamani is uneducated, he is easily cheated by his friends. His only trustable friend is Paalpandi (Karunakaran). In desperation to get married to an educated girl, Sigamani plans to wait outside a college to find a girl to love. He then sees Nandini (Nandita) and decides to go after her. One day, Sigamani and Paalpandi follow Nandini and end up in her house. After listening to an unknown phone call, Nandini’s father Chinnadurai (Thambi Ramaiah) mistakes Sigamani to be a doctor who has studied MBBS and arranges for the marriage, which also takes place successfully and Sigamani is happy as his dream of marrying an educated girl has come true. Before the interval, Ravichandar places another major twist in the story to keep the audience in the edge of their seats.
The film is about the life of an ordinary man facing an extraordinary situation in a single day. The story starts in Sikkim and travels with a grip towards the climax in Chennai. The film screens about how the youngsters are brought to the terrorism. Amir (Vidharth) is an intelligent professor who has already been in love with Meenakshi (Hardika Shetty), who works in Sikkim. When Amir goes back to Chennai, he is blackmailed to join a terrorist organization that would hold his family and Meenakshi captive. Then, the extraordinary things happen in one day.
Arjun Krishna (Vikram Prabhu), a technician in a Chennai-based BMW showroom, meets Anamika Raghunath (Priya Anand), a college student, while out with her friends at Hard Rock Cafe. They are attracted to each other and go on a date the following night. Following the date, Anamika invites Arjun to her apartment for a bottle of vodka. Things go well until Anamika gets kidnapped by two men. Arjun, who was in the bathroom when Anamika was kidnapped, immediately lodges a complaint at the Besant Nagar police station. Sub-Inspector Arumugam (M. S. Baskar), who is assigned the case, then goes to Anamika’s apartment along with Arjun, but finds that the apartment is cleaned up and there seems to be no sign that a kidnapping has taken place, while the apartment’s watchman insists that Anamika had not returned to her apartment for three days. Also, the CCTV camera installed at the apartment does not show any men arriving and taking away Anamika, prompting Arumugam to suspect that Arjun has lodged a false complaint as he is drunk. However, when Arumugam calls up Anamika’s father Raghunath Kumar (Shankar Sundaram), the chairman of the TV news channel Channel 24, he merely replies that he doesn’t know anything about the kidnapping and that Anamika is holidaying in Goa, at which Arumugam suspects something amiss, realising that Arjun had not lied after all. Arumugam and Arjun rush to Raghunath’s mansion, where they see him being threatened by the two men who had kidnapped Anamika as well as the police inspector of Besant Nagar to give them a SD card which has some critical information. Raghunath calls up his editor and asks him to give the SD card to the three men, after which he is killed by them. Arjun and Arumugam pursue the three men. While Arjun manages to kill the police inspector, the other two men escape, killing Arumugam in the process.
Muralipandian (Vikram Prabhu) is the only son of Chellapandian (Sathyaraj), a disabled policeman who is now working in the State Crime Records Bureau and expresses a desire to see his son in the police one day. However, Murali is against becoming a policeman due to an incident which happened in his childhood; when Chellapa lost his leg during police duty, his wife fell down the stairs on hearing the news, leading to her death and left a crippled Chellapa to single-handedly look after the young Murali. His ambition is to become a bank manager, and he manages to get an interview for the same in a bank. While on a pilgrimage, Murali meets Ambujam (Monal Gajjar), a young doctor who is travelling with her chaperone, who is her grandmother Aishwarya (Kovai Sarala). Ambujam initially thinks ill of Murali due to unsavoury incidents which occur between them during the journey, but after she finds out about Murali’s true character and he helps her Aishwarya recover from dehydration, she falls in love with him. She expresses a distaste for marrying policemen, which impresses Murali.
The story revolves around two friends who work hard, and spend their money travelling around the country. On one such trip, they accidentally help a pair of lovers elope, without realising it.
The family of the eloped young lady get angry, and suspect them of being friends of the eloped young man. They take the two friends home, and try to beat them to get the truth out them. One of the two friends falls for a girl named Kayal, who is working in the house, and he speaks of his love in front of everyone.
After the eloped young lady is brought home, and it is proven that the two friends were not involved in planning the elopement, they are allowed to go. Kayal travels to Kanyakumari to find the guy who loved her. The rest of the film tells of how they united, after many struggles.
Thavathiru Sivadas Swamigal (Nassar) runs a drama troupe in which Thalaivankottai Kaliappa Bhagavathar (Siddharth) and Melachivilberi Gomathi Nayagam Pillai(Prithviraj) are his direct disciples. Gomathi is left by his father in the troupe of Swami. Kali is found by Swami during a train trip where the boy is singing and begging alms. Impressed by his singing talents, Swami takes the boy with him. Gomathi and Kaliappa have relationship like brothers. They grow up together and stage many plays where Gomathi often plays “Sthripart” – the female role and Kali plays “sidepart”- supporting characters. While Vadivambal (Vedhicka) joins as the female member in the group, soon falls in love with Kali, while Gomathi falls for Vadivu, however, Kali loves Rangamma (Anaika Soti), the princess of the zameen. Bhairava (Ponvannan) who is another student of Swami is a popular “Rajapart” – performing main title characters of a stage play. He becomes headstrong over his acting capabilities and does not attend the rehearsals for which he gets scoldings from Swami. After a quarrel, he leaves the troupe as he could not bear the torture of Swami. Swami does not give up and conducts an audition for the main character role of Soorapadman in which Kali and Gomathi perform. Kali gets selected, which leaves Gomathi angry. The reason behind Swami’s bias towards Kali is never answered clearly to Gomathi which leaves him more frustrated.
Sri Kannika Parameshwari
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja
Viswa (Dinesh) is a good for nothing guy who lives in a police colony and is son of an honest constable (Rajesh). It follows the conflict between a disciplinarian father and his wayward son. One day the constable dies in line of duty and the son gets his father’s job. The rest of the story is how Viswa becomes from a reluctant cop to a disciplined guy, who takes revenge against those who murdered his father.
Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah
Raghavan (Jai) and Vishnu Priya (Nazriya) meets on a train from Chennai to Coimbatore and are traveling under false identities as Abubaker and Ayesha. Both are working for IT companies and they fall in love. Since they are introduced to each other as Muslims, they continue their love affair pretending to be Abubacker and Ayesha. The hero goes to the extent of meeting a Muslim preacher, to learn more about the religion, while heroine tries to imbibe the goodness of its richness and culture from her best friend. However, one day they discover their true identities and fall out of love. Both of them realize that they were in love with the dream-like character they had spun. Will they reunite as husband and wife in their own religion ?
Sekar, a thief taking refuge by working on a farm, falls in love with Anjali, a local girl. When Anjali’s parents discover that he is a thief, they discourage her from continuing the relationship. Anjali ignores her parents’ advice and continues making plans to elope with him. While Sekar’s parents make arrangements for the young couple to marry, Sekar continues his criminal activities. On the night before Sekar and Anjali’s marriage, Sekar’s criminal cronies intoxicate him in order to sell Anjali into slavery. Sekar looks for Anjali, eventually finding the place where she was sold, and kills a woman working in the slavery business. Meanwhile, Anjali is injured by slave traders as she is thrown from a car when the drivers learn of the woman’s murder by Sekar. While hospitalized, Anjali is killed by her father who fears unwanted media attention. Sekar reaches the hospital and learns about the death of Anjali.
After failing in his love life, Dev finds company in alcohol. In his state, he often sees an old man who gives him hints on how his day is going to turn out. One day, he accidentally bumps into a young boy from a shelter home. He realises there is an uncanny similarity between the boy and his ex-girlfriend, so he decides to get to know the boy further only to uncover something Dev didn’t wish he knew in the first place.
The movie revolves around three old men. Ashok Lalwani alias Lali, (Anupam Kher) is not happy with his wife (Rati Agnihotri), who is a staunch believer of God and doesn’t spend time with him. Kamaldheer Sharma alias KD (Annu Kapoor) is a bachelor for some unknown reason, while Pinky (Piyush Mishra) is secretly in love with a young Chinese woman, who only knows English but he himself being uneducated, is unable to express his feelings. The three men plan a holiday to Mauritius to have some fun, where they meet Ahana (Lisa Haydon), who is a social networking addict and gets annoyed because her rival girls have more Facebook likes and her ex-boyfriend had been commenting and liking their posts and condemning her at the same time.
Scientists at ISRO make a startling discovery of a meteorite on a collision course with Earth and are confident that its impact zone is somewhere in South India and probably in Tamil Nadu. While they make frantic efforts to create awareness and prepare for the aftermath, a small unassuming village – Appuchi Graamam feels the heat as they brace themselves of the impending doom that would befall the impact zone of the meteorite. The emotions that the village goes through before the celestial event are captured to form the rest of the story.
Ithu Kathirvelan Kadhal
Renu (Tejaswi Madivada) is a rich girl, who stays back alone at her huge bungalow that she recently moved into instead of going to her cousins wedding. On the very first day itself, Renu starts getting some weird dreams about her house being haunted with evil people. A scared Renu calls over her boyfriend Vishal (Navdeep) to her house for help. Vishal and Renu enjoy themselves at the bungalow. Vishal also pretends to scare Renu a couple of times, but later he too realizes the house is haunted. Rest of the story is as to what happens to both of them, and will they survive this evil haunted house during their course of stay.
Veera, a forest brigand was killed by police officers. A police officer who is suspected to have become this brigand’s man has gone underground and a team of cops (Richard, Bharani and co) are sent to the forest to capture/kill him. They meet Akhila (Arundhati), a woman who claims to live in the forest, who, they think is a prostitute. Meanwhile, in a parallel track, there is a young woman Dhamini (Manochitra), who agrees to be driven to the same forest by Sivaji (Vimal), a debauched car driver.
Kurai Ondrum Illai
Kuraiondrumillai is a heart-warming love story which deals with interpersonal relationship issues encompassing a subtle social message and economic developmental possibilities in rural India. Krishna (Hero) is an optimist who sees positives in every situation yet has a deep hidden wounds from his past relationship. Sandhya (Heroine) is a sensitive girl whose heart desire to find a true companion but she fears choosing a wrong person. When they meet each other and fall in love they understand the basics of relationship. Krishna’s relationship issues with sandhya and resistance from his higher officials to execute his ideas in rural projects takes him through a transformational experience.