In Ooty, Krishnamoorthy alias Kicha (Arjun) and Mani (Goundamani) perform a swashbuckling heist of money of several crores while being in disguise diverting the attention of police, and escape in Nilgiri Mountain Railway, much to the frustration of a chasing police officer Ratnam (Ajay Rathnam). Kicha is a respected citizen who runs a home-based pappadam business along with Mani in Chennai. Susheela (Madhoo), one of Kicha’s many female employees, has a crush on him and is constantly demanding his attention. Another thing adding to her woes is the arrival of her jovial cousin Sugandhi (Subhashri). She makes the place so lively and playful with silly fights between Mani and Babloo (Senthil). Sugandhi later develops a crush on Kicha, especially after being saved by him from some molesting goons. Kicha reveals to her that he has no such feelings for her and wants her to find a suitable mate. Before leaving Chennai, Sugandhi steals Kicha’s ring as a souvenir.
Sattam Oru Iruttarai
In Mumbai, the people who had migrated from Tamil Nadu are living in the slum of Dharavi. Union Minister Haridev “Hari Dhadha” Abhayankar (Nana Patekar) tries to evict the people and seize their land. Over the years, he becomes a minister and plans to clear the area to construct buildings with the help of his supporter Vishnu Bhai (Sampath Raj). Karikaalan (Rajinikanth), living in Dharavi, opposes it to protect the area and his people. His ex-lover Zareena (Huma Qureshi) returns to Dharavi as a representative non-governmental organization that hopes to improve Dharavi’s living standards. Hari Dhadha’s assassination attempt on Kaala kills Kaala’s wife Selvi (Easwari Rao) and elder son Selvam (Dileepan). Kaala decides to take revenge on him and encourages the people to protest against the government. Hari Dhadha creates a curfew in Dharavi with the help of his supporter Inspector Pankaj Patil (Pankaj Tripathi). Kaala fights with Hari Dhadha’s henchmen and the police. Kaala’s younger son Lenin (Manikandan), daughter-in-law Charumathi “Puyal” (Anjali Patil), and brother-in-law Vaaliyappan (Samuthirakani) fight alongside him. Pankaj gets arrested after a video taken by a reporter Praveen (Ramesh Thilak) provides evidence that the henchmen were brought into Dharavi to create problems with the police’s support. The police believes Kaala is dead and informs the media, but the people of Dharavi deny the news of his death. Hari Dhadha enters Dharavi at a function for constructing a new building. Here, Kaala reappears amongst the crowd. Hari Dhadha is killed by the people of Dharavi in a stampede, and the government stops the scheme. With Dharavi’s success, many slums start to follow Kaala’s way of protest to protect their neighbourhood, irrespective of illegal land occupation.
For generations, Gowtham Ramalingam (Atharvaa) and his family have close links with the media. His father Ramalingam (Aadukalam Naren) is a news presenter with Doordarshan. His grandfather was a news reader in All India Radio. Following their footsteps, Gowtham becomes a TV journalist in a small channel, despite being an engineering graduate. He falls in love with his colleague Anu (Catherine Tresa) at first sight. Anu reciprocates, and romance ensues. While things are going well romantically, Gowtham gets arrested on charges of cheating banks to the tune of several lakhs of rupees by producing fake documents and degree certificates. Gowtham realises he has been made pawn in a huge scandal. The rest of the movie is all about how he unearths the fake certificate scam and pins down the mastermind Thura Sarkar (Tarun Arora).
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Gentleman Sathya (LIE)
Bhavani (Sneha), an honest police officer in Hyderabad, is posted as Assistant Commissioner of Police in Tirunelveli upon the request of the Tamil Nadu government. The town is controlled by Sivalingam (Kota Srinivasa Rao), a baddie and aspiring politician who indulges in all unlawful activities. Bhavani resolves to put an end to all his acts. Meanwhile, Surya (Sampath Raj) voices against Sivalingam. As it happens, Sivalingam’s son Ranjith (Aryan) plays spoilsport in the life of Bhavani’s sister Deepa (Yasmin Khan). Efforts to prove him guilty by Bhavani end in vain. Now, a conspiracy is hatched by Bhavani in the company of Surya, and Ranjith is killed. An enraged Sivalingam takes Bhavani head-on. Sivalingam vows vengeance, and what happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The film is a story about the love of two teenagers of different classes – Raja (Prashanth), who is settled in London, the grandson of a rich businesswoman (Bhanumathi), comes to the fisherman village in India to see his grandmother. Chembaruthi (Roja), sister of a poor fisherman Pandy (Radha Ravi), who works in Bhanumathi’s house. The couple first see each other during Raja’s birthday party and it is love at first sight for Raja. They meet often and their love grows leaps and bounds. The grandmother wants Raja to marry the daughter (Pinky – debutant Adeen Khan), of a rich seafood exporter Murugan (Nasser). At the party they announce their interest of Raja with Pinky. Raaj realises that his relationship with the daughter of a poor fisherman is not taken kindly by his eccentric grandmother and when she comes to know of Raja’s love with Chembaruthi, she accuses Pandy, of using his sister’s beauty and charm to trap Raja for his money. She even offers Pandy cash to have Chembaruthi stop seeing Raja. Pandy feels highly humiliated by this accusation and reciprocates by insulting Bhanumathi. Their talk enters a deadlock and spells doom for Raja and Chembaruthi’s tender love. Bhanumathi engages Raja to the daughter of Murugan in order to establish business ties with her rich father. Murugan also engages his sister to another fisherman Kumar (Mansoor Ali Khan), but Raja & Chembaruthi run away from home. Bhanumathi announces a reward for anyone who can help find her grandson. Murugan decides that he wants the money. He and his goons find the lovers, kidnap and lock them up in a boat. Raja fights his life out for Chembaruthi and saves her from being drowned in the sea. Bhanumathi realizes that their love is very strong and doesn’t want to stand in the way of their happiness. She and Pandy accept their love and give their blessings to the union.
Spider-Man: No Way Home
With Spider-Man’s identity now revealed, Peter asks Doctor Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, dangerous foes from other worlds start to appear, forcing Peter to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.