Following the corruption in the higher echelons of the government, stashing of black money abroad by Indians, corruption in the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption and travails of Indian fishermen and the Sri Lankan ethnic conflict.
Director: S.A. Chandrashekhar
Actors: Harish Kalyan, Muktha George, T.P. Gajendran
Hansan – Rising Dragon
Follow-up to 2014’s The Admiral: Roaring Currents, which explores the historic Battle of Hansan Island.
Adhyan travels from Japan to Chennai to find a girl he met online. However, as he feels jet lagged a few criminals take notice and frame him for a crime he doesn’t commit.
The Adam Project
Aakash is a guy who wants to become popular. He hits a state minister and joins him. He slowly becomes a friend of the home minister and falls in love with home minister’s daughter. On the engagement between them, in the presence of state’s chief minister, Aakash gives a huge shock to both the home and chief ministers. Rest of the story reveals the shock, and relations, flashback of Aakash with the ministers.
Shivaji, a taxi driver, has to arrange money for his niece’s surgery. Things go awry when he gets entangled in a web of deceit.
Bogan is about a police officer vikram played by Jayam ravi on his way to find a culprit on a bank theft case, happens to chase Adhithya, played by Arvind swami. Soon after vikram arrests Adhithya by a brilliant plan, the film takes its next level, with a terrific intervel block. Film is racy post interval and ends up as an above average thriller with fantastic performnace from Arvind swami and Jayam Ravi. Film has an adapted theme from some hollywood films, still makes a mark with racy script but has flaws with forceful afdition of songs and commercial must haves of tamil cinema.
Raja (Arjun) works with a cook Arusuvai Ambi (Vivek). Raja comes across Anjali (Kirat Bhattal), who catches his interest. She falls for Raja, but he cannot remember anything of his past. All he recollects are vague images and memories that disturb him in his sleep. After a sequence of events and a chase by rowdies, Raja collects his past.
Raja, a year ago, was Durai, the close associate of honest politician Deivanayagam (K. Viswanath). Durai, who leads a happy life with his wife Meena (Gajala) and son, is hesitant to assume the post. Anjali, a reporter, pursues him for interviews and falls in love. Deivanayagam is killed, and the blame falls on Dorai. His wife and son are murdered. Eventually, Dorai alias Raja takes on his enemies and cracks the truth behind Deivanayakam’s death. Action oozes all the way.
A Malaysian return comes to Madurai to find out the murderer of his father and unite the two rival communities. This story is about How Durai succeeds in his mission with a mild twist revealed towards the end.