Sivaranjiniyum Innum Sila Pengalum
The course of life runs differently for three middle-class women who have made several sacrifices to survive in a patriarchal world.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect
Based by the life of ISRO Scientist Nambi Narayanan who was falsely accused of being a spy and arrested in 1994. Though free, he is still fighting for justice, with those police officials alleged to have falsely implicated him, still free.
Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal
A singer (Bharathi) who is tricked into marriage by his mother-in-law, his wife (Gowri )is enormously possessive about his fame and his female fans. One day they encounter into a fight and he decides escape from home. On the way he meets someone in the bus who is also running from her life as a dancer because her husband forcefully lets her to prostitution. They both experience some random incidents together and meet an one old couple, who are still very much enjoying love and life. Eventually the old couple dies, and by watching the couple they fall in love themselves. Then Bharathi get a prank call from his PA that Gowri is ill so he returns back to home town with Jyothi. Gowri finds him with another woman and gets furious. She files for a divorce, informs media about Jyothi. Jyothi’s husband gets this news comes to find Jyothi. One thing led to another Gowri finally become mentally unstable because of her own decisions. Bharathi visits her in the mental hospital with Jyothi. Jyothi then understands that Gowri really needs Bharathi and they belong to each other, Jyothi leaves Bharathi with her. Jyothi’s husband becomes a cripple and understands his mistakes, reunites with jyothi in the end.
The story revolves around an ego clash between father and son. Puli (Sundar C) is a local rowdy and the son of a math teacher Vedhukannu (Prakash Raj). Vedhukannu hates his son for being a rowdy and not being proficient in math. As part of a flashback, it is shown that young Puli was very good in physics, but his father, being a math teacher, wanted him to excel in math, which he was unable to do. As a result of repeated physical and mental abuse, Puli takes the wrong route to grow up. In the meantime, rival gangs and police try to kill him, but he is accidentally saved by his half-sister, a daughter from an affair his father had. Puli helps his half-sister in return for her unexpected help and vouches for her safety. The rival gangs kill her and put the blame on his father. How Puli brings the truth to light and unites with his family completes the rest of the movie.
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.
Chinnayya (Sarath Kumar) works for a rich man Ayya (Vijayakumar) in a village. Chinnayya has great respect and affection towards Ayya and Ayya, too, takes care of Chinnayya and looks after him as his own son. Ayya hates his first daughter Gowri (Sithara) and her husband (Mansoor Ali Khan). Prabhavathy (Simran), Ayya’s younger daughter, arrives at the village after completing her education from the US. Prabhavathy loves Chinnayya but he does not reciprocate, thinking this would be a betrayal of Ayya’s trust in him. Later, Chinnayya too understands Prabhavathy’s love and accepts it.
Ettu Thikkum Para
Ambedh is a high court lawyer and social activist who gets on the wrong side of the government, prompting them to get his son and friends killed. Meanwhile, a young boy from a Dalit community wants to marry a girl from an upper caste. How the two stories interact forms the crux of the movie.