Romba Nallavan Da Nee
The film is a comic thriller with Mirchi Senthil playing a soft spoken village boy working in Chennai. Robo Shankar plays the role of his room mate while debutante Shruthy Bala is paired opposite him.
A group of five friends live lives in their own way without any shouldering, any responsibilities even after graduating more about male bonding and friendship within a group.The change of equations among pals during various situations forms the crux of the story.
Kodaivannan and Kolaivannan, of a remote village decide to marry a rich girl. The villagers decide to hold a cricket match. And make a decision to get the girl married to either of the guys based on who wins the cricket match. The ‘good’ hearted Kodaivannan’s team kidnap a cricketer, Sadagoppan Ramesh, while he is on his way to Thekkady. Kolaivannan then hires a greedy big shot coach from Chennai who eyes the big land of the village for his business.
Now, the teams of Kodaivannan and Kolaivannan have one more reason to fight against each other. To save the village, And the latter for the land which the greedy coach demands. Though, at the last, Kodaivannan wins the match successfully with Sadagopan Ramesh’s coaching.
In between, the coach Sadagoppan Ramesh falls in love with that girl whom Kodaivannan and Kolaivannan intend to marry.
Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva
Modern Love Mumbai S01
Kaatteri is an 2022 Indian Tamil-language comedy horror film written and directed by Deekay. The film stars Vaibhav, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Sonam Bajwa and Aathmika. The film has no songs and score is composed by S. N. Prasad. It is produced by K. E. Gnanavel Raja under his production banner of Studio Green
Arai Enn 305-il Kadavul
Rasu (Santhanam) and Mokkai (Ganja Karuppu) are youngsters sharing a hostel with a diverse group of people. Those people include Professor Mani (Madhan Bob), a staunch atheist Thanjai Rudran (Rajesh), a poet, and other unemployed, struggling men. Rasu, who works in a coffee shop, is in love with Mahishasuramardhini (Madhumitha), but she seemingly ignores all his advances. Rasu was even attacked by her brother after hanging around her house for extended periods of time. Mokkai, who is unemployed due to his lack of education, and does whatever job he can find, dreams of marrying his uncle’s daughter back in his village. After a particularly bad day where Mokkai is arrested and beaten by female police officers and Rasu’s lies of being in a well-paid job are uncovered (to Mahishasuramardhini’s disgust), the two are also kicked out of the hostel by the owner due to the inability to pay rent. On their last night, both vent their frustration at Kadavul (God) after heavy drinking. Both are shocked when Kadavul (Prakashraj) appears in front of them. Mistaking him for another unemployed fellow, the two head back to their hostel room only to find Kadavul waiting for them in it, waving aside this miracle, all three fall asleep. The next morning, Kadavul finally manages to convince Rasu and Mokkai of his true identity after appearing in the forms of Vishnu, Jesus and Buddha.
Massu Engira Masilamani
The film starts with the murder of a former Police Commissioner Shanmuga Sundaram (Subbu Panchu) by an escaped prisoner Kamal Ekambaram (Riyaz Khan). The story then shifts to Masilamani aka Massu (Suriya) and his friend Jet Li aka Jettu (Premgi Amaren) who are small-time con artists. Massu meets Manini (Nayantara), a nurse, and they subsequently fall in love. While trying to escape after a heist gone wrong, Massu and Jet meet with a car accident, post which Massu starts seeing dead people, with whom he can communicate. Jettu had died in the accident and is now a ghost, too. Massu forms a group of loitering ghosts to earn money by performing fake exorcisms and extorting money from scared, rich people, while promising the ghosts that he would fulfill their last wishes in return. Meanwhile, Manini, who thought Massu was working in a finance company, gets to know about the fake exorcisms and leaves him in a heist.