Solla Marantha Kathai
Sivadhanu, an educated but unemployed honest man, gets married to the daughter of a rich man and moves to their house. However, taunts and disrespect compel him to find a new job in another town.
Director: Thangar Bachan
Actors: Nandita Das, Puspavanam Kuppusamy, Rathi
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.
Pichaimoorthy (Ram), a barber, being forced by his wife, Subathra (Poorna), to accompany her and their two kids, to meet her brother, Raghu, who has eloped with a girl from an effluent family. They need to get the two of them married before the girl’s parents interfere. However, en route, Pichai gets into a skirmish with Manga (Mysskin), a gangster who is out on parole and has to go to prison by that evening. An enraged Manga swears that he will chop off the former’s limb by sundown. Pichai runs all over the city to escape from Mange and his gang. Can Pichai survive the day? The film ends with an inspirational message that knife must be used only to cut the umbilical cord between a mother&baby and not to harm people.
A con man who is in love with a millionaire’s daughter gets killed by the girl’s father, after reaching yamalogam he came to know that God had made mistaken by killing him for another one, with the help of yaman he reincarnated as another one to fulfill his love.
Defense Minister Ritwik Sodhi passes a gun amendment bill that enables one to own a gun. This is the story of how Happy, Lucky, Max Pain, Uncle Fixit, Serena and William’s stories intertwine among themselves amidst passing of the gun bill.
Priya Amal Raj (Kajol) lost her mother at a very young age. She is friendly, outspoken, sensitive, yet precocious. Priya is brought up by her dad, Amal Raj (Girish Karnad) who is a clothing industrialist. Since her childhood, Priya is interested in singing, music, and church.
Thomas Thanga Durai (Arvind Swamy), a polite, well mannered NRI businessman, returns to India from America to look after his father’s James Thanga Durai’s (S. P. Balasubrahmanyam) business. James is a former associate in Amal Raj’s business and now establishes his own business empire in the same vicinity, opposite Amal Raj’s factory. He boasts of his son’s achievements. However, Amal Raj dislikes James’ ill-mannered, clumsy and bizarre antics though Thomas and Priya have known each other in their childhood.