The Hating Game
Resolving to achieve professional success without compromising her ethics, Lucy embarks on a ruthless game of one-upmanship against cold and efficient nemesis Joshua, a rivalry that is complicated by her growing attraction to him.
Director: Peter Hutchings
Actors: Austin Stowell, Damon Daunno, Lucy Hale
Country: United Kingdom, United States
Duration: 102 min
Two police constables try to solve a murder case in a village.
A young boy realizes there are love and affection behind the strictness of his father.
Kanchana: Muni 2
Raghava (Lawrence Raghavendra) is a typical jobless youth who spends his days playing cricket with friends. He suffers from an irrational fear of ghosts and retreats to the safety of his home after sunset. His fear is so great he prefers to sleep with his mother (Kovai Sarala) and have her accompany him to the bathroom at night. This creates a major annoyance in the household, including Raghava’s brother (Sriman), sister-in-law (Devadarshini), and their children.
One day, Raghava and his friends are forced to abandon their usual cricket ground and find a new one; they unwittingly select an abandoned ground which is rumored to be haunted. A bizarre weather change scares them away. Raghava brings home his cricket stumps, which have been stained with blood from a buried corpse in the ground.
Ivanukku Engeyo Macham Irukku
Two men who work in a pharmacy moonlight as small-time robbers and during one of their break-ins, they walk away with ₹5 lakh each. And soon, the cops, gangsters and a perpetually horny NRI woman are after them,
Pistha is a Tamil comedy movie directed by Ramesh Bharathi. The movie stars Metro Shirish, Sathish, and Yogi Babu in the lead roles. Dharan Kumar is likely to score the music for the film.
Ashok is in love with his boss’ daughter, Nirmala. To convince Viswanathan, he seeks his best friend Vasu’s help, who disguises as his father.
Socha Na Tha
Viren (Abhay Deol) and Aditi (Ayesha Takia) are introduced by their families, but Viren refuses to marry because he wants to marry his girlfriend of three years, Karen (Apoorva Jha). Viren’s refusal creates tension between the families, as Aditi’s aunt feels insulted. However Viren and Aditi meet by coincidence, bond quickly and Viren invites Aditi to accompany him to Goa – he wants her to find out if his girlfriend Karen loves him or not.
Badri (Vijay) is the youngest son of a family and a careless guy, always going around girls and enjoying with them. His womanizing habits are a source of heartburn for his father (Kitty). However, his elder brother, Vetri (Riyaz Khan), a kick-boxer and his father’s favorite son, is very fond of him. Janu (Bhumika Chawla), Badri’s neighbor, is in love with him, but it is just one sided as Badri considers her a good friend and a source of money and cars to impress girls (Janu’s father is a garage owner). He falls in love with Mamathi (Monal), a rich girl, and poses as a rich guy to impress her. However, she soon finds out Badri has lied to her. Mamathi dumps Badri and insults him in front of his father. Badri’s father, tired of his son’s antics, disowns him. Later Vetri is attacked by his enemies and is bedridden, unable to take part in the kick boxing championship. Badri decides to fight in his brother’s place to redeem his family name as his father always wanted his son to win the kick boxing championship. So he trains hard and fights against Rohit, who happens to be Mamathi’s new boyfriend. He defeats Rohit, redeems himself in front of his father’s eyes and finally accepts Janu’s love.
Four criminals sent to a village to recover buried treasure by a don decide to cheat him and share the treasure between themselves.