Shiva, a local Ruffian is unstoppable in his path as he had garnered the support and affection of the general public by fighting against the injustice that comes their way.
The film opens with the ageing gangster, Singaperumal, forcing himself on a young girl, Subbu. He is unable to perform, and vents his anger by slapping the helpless Subbu. Singaperumal is the grand don of crime in Madras. His lieutenant, Pasupathi, brings a proposal. A large stash of cocaine, worth about ₹ 2 crore, has entered the city. The guy bringing the stash wants to sell it for ₹ 50 lakh. Pasupathi sees the immediate easy profit, as well as the long term benefit (to control the cocaine market with such a large supply) and the recognition that they are able to pull off such a deal. The drawback is that the stash really belongs to their arch-rival Gajendran. Singaperumal knows that Gajendran is a vicious and unpredictable adversary, and the venture is risky and likely to become messy. He decides to pass. Pasupathi dourly suggests Singaperumal is getting old and rusty. He asks Singaperumal to loan him the ₹ 50 lakh so he can do the job himself. Pasupathi is prepared to face the risks, and in return for the loan, he offers Singaperumal a cut of the profits. Singaperumal agrees to the loan, but, instead asks Pasupathi to first get the stash and then think of the profit distribution. The money for the loan is brought to Singaperumal.
Siva, a student, comes to Vijayawada from a nearby town to pursue his education. He lives with his brother Sharath’s family, and enrolls in the VAS College of Arts and Sciences. Although Sharath and his daughter Keerthi get along well with Siva, his wife considers him a financial burden. Siva befriends a group of students and falls in love with Asha, sister of the honest police inspector Venkat. The college’s (unopposed) student-union president, J. Durga Rao (known as J. D.) is the lowest rung in a gang ladder reaching through the gangster Ganesh to Bhavani, a crime boss. Bhavani uses the network to support his mentor Machiraju, a politician. Although J. D. is arrested many times, Bhavani continues to bail him out. When J. D. teases Asha on campus, Siva attacks him with a bicycle chain; a rivalry then develops between him and Ganesh. The incident encourages Siva’s friends to ask him to stand for the student-union presidency, but he wants them to nominate Naresh (one of the group) instead. Ganesh’s attempts to pacify Siva fail, and Bhavani learns about him. He considers Siva a potential replacement for J. D., whose weakness annoys him. Naresh is fatally assaulted by J. D. and Bhavani’s henchmen, and is taken to hospital. Siva retaliates, infuriating Bhavani. When Siva’s friends attend a wedding, they are attacked by Ganesh and others. One of Siva’s friends, Malli, is murdered and Siva swears revenge. Sensing a risk to Sharath’s family after an attempt on Keerthi’s life, Siva leaves their house and moves into his friend Chinna’s hostel. He agrees to contest the student-union presidential election. Bhavani cheats labour-union leader Krishna Reddy, who changes his allegiance to Siva. Around this time, Asha and Siva marry. Bhavani begins attacking and murdering Siva’s close aides, and Siva ensures that Sharath relocates to Visakhapatnam as a part of his job. Siva attacks Bhavani’s henchmen, and helps Venkat arrest Ganesh. Machiraju sees Siva as a potential replacement for Bhavani, and stops supporting the latter. Bhavani learns about Siva’s relationship to Sharath, and kidnaps Keerthi. Ganesh appears in court, and an arrest warrant is issued for Bhavani. Insulted and humiliated, Bhavani kills Keerthi and Machiraju. Siva and Bhavani later duel on a shopping-complex terrace. Bhavani commits suicide, and Siva walks out as Asha and Venkat watch in dismay.
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You and a guest are invited to the premiere of DAWN OF THE SEVEN in Vought Tower’s Lamplighter Memorial Theater. Screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Adam Bourke and an after-party with Supe DJ Malchemical on the turn…
A reality show with an ace respected producer on one side and the critics on the other side, a brickbat fight which leads one thing to another and ends up like Mudhalvan like scenario where the Producer challenges the young reviewers to come up with unique commercial movie and he would produce it. Accepting the challenge they go about in search of studying all classes of people almost in “Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam” Style with the help of Laksmi Devy a photo journalist. They decide to make a movie out of lives of three varied personalities; Shiva the middle class funny lad, Simha the angry goon, Gaurav the spoilt dude and as usual how love can change perspective and what happens in the end forms the plot.
Raja (Rajinikanth), an expert thief is in love with Radha (Madhavi), a disco club dancer-cum-singer, who is unaware of Raja’s profession. Meanwhile an evil brother-sister (Vijayakumar-Anuradha) duo is bent on seeking vengeance from Crime boss Sudharshan, who cheated and siphoned Jwaala’s money. The duo hire Raja to break into Sudarshan’s treasury and perform the heist. But was caught by a jovial-cum-shrewd Inspector Rajasingam (Sivaji Ganesan) and awarded 2 years imprisonment, which shocks and devastates Radha.
Trained killer Ladybug wants to give up the life but is pulled back in by his handler Maria Beetle in order to collect a briefcase on a bullet train heading from Tokyo to Morioka. On board are fellow assasins Kimura, the Prince, Tangerine, and Lemon. Once on board the five assasins discover that their objectives are all connected.
The film opens with Vinod (Jai) sipping his milkshake and walking in the subway. Then, suddenly a young woman called Subiksha (Andrea Jeremiah) blocks his path and proposes to him and disappears. He takes it as a joke and goes away. But during the following week, he starts to wonder about her and questions himself whether she told the truth. So, he starts to wait in the subway every day. But she doesn’t come. But on the other hand, she visits his workplace in and his friend’s room, where he stays. But both the times he doesn’t make it in time to meet her. Finally when he meets her, she tells him that they have already met at a party where their mutual friend asks her to drop him at his place as he is very drunk. But Vinod doesn’t remember this incident. When he replies to her proposal, she rejects him stating that she just messed with him for his behavior on the night she dropped him at home. But he continues to pursue her. Subiksha puts a condition that if he fought with Ashwin Ranjith, a boxing champion, she would return his love. He agrees to fight him not only to win her love but also cause of an incident that happened because of Ashwin which has caused him to stay away from his father.In a flashback it is revealed that Vinod loved his father dearly and was at a shopping mall enjoying with his family but a hot dog fells over Ashwin who publicly insults his father.After this incident Vinod stays away from his father.His father who is Subhiksha’s colleague narrates this incident to her which causes Vinod to defeat Ashwin in the end.
Attraction to Paris
Based in Kancheepuram, Surya/Arjun makes a living as a con-man on the North Zone, and is assisted by his girlfriend, Baby; while the South side is presided over by Pashupati. When a Kolkata-based contractor hires the latter to kill District Collector Jaianand/Kishan, Surya decides to defend him – this results in his finding out that Jaianand is his look-alike. Jaianand’s terrified fiancée, Shanupriya, then hires Surya to not only protect but also impersonate Jaianand – a move that will drastically change everyone’s lives – especially when Kishan refuses to let anyone take his place.
Jagannathan (Sarath Kumar), fondly known as Jaggubhai, is a tough, upright, straightforward Indian police officer with sharp methods. His way of dealing with the criminals strikes terror in the underground world. Jaggubhai is sent to Australia on an important mission to deal with antisocial elements there. In Australia, he meets Ilavarasi (Srisha), and they fall in love with each other. Jaggubhai fails in his mission for which he came to Australia, and the brief romance with Ilavarasi ends abruptly. Jaggubhai returns to India as a dejected officer, failing in his official duty and personal life. Fate had something in store for him. 20 years later, or as he says it 21 years later, he gets a call from Australia stating Ilavarasi is dead and has left him a will. He reaches Australia and is shocked to know the brief encounter with Ilavarasi had resulted in a daughter Monisha (Shriya Saran), now a teenager.