Gopikrishnan (Mammootty) and Anwar Hussain (Arjun) are tough police officers. They analyze farmers’ struggle and related social violence to put forward an amicable solution to have lasting harmony. They are highly disturbed by the terrorists’ infiltrations. Nandini (Sneha), an aviator, is Gopikrishnan’s wife and they are sad that they don’t have a child. The rest of the story deals with how they counter act against the terrorists and save the land.
As the film begins, Arivudai Nambi (Vijay Antony) is killed by his rivals, who fear their position would be threatened if he were to make it big in politics. Decades later, his son Tamilarasan (Vijay Antony) is accidentally drawn into the murky world of behind-the-screens politicking when he is jailed due to admitting to have hit someone on the road. Two gangster-type baddies with political backing become his enemies, and this in turn brings him closer to Karunakaran (Thiagarajan), a political heavyweight who has his own ambitions. A minister sees Tamilarasan as an enemy because he sees in him Nambi, whom he had conspired to murder. Machinations and counter-machinations grow with the growing political ambitions of Tamilarasan, whose rivals won’t let him and his friend Anjana (Miya) live in peace. Tamilarasan boldly faces all this in his game of one-upmanship and realizes his dream of growing big in politics.
Nari is a dubbing version of Malayalam Movie Roudram. Nari (Mammootty) is the Assistant Commissioner who is given the charge of investigating a murder that happened outside a lodge in Fort Kochi.
The deceased was supposed to have connections with the ganja planters of the state. During the course of the investigation, some bigwigs including his superiors and political masters come under police scrutiny. The rest of the film shows how Nari overcomes the hurdles and teaches everyone involved, a lesson.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
After the events of Avengers: Endgame, Dr. Stephen Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy every sorcerer on Earth, messing with Strange’s plan, causing him to unleash an unspeakable evil
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Sridhar Vasudevan (R. Madhavan) is a middle-class family man employed in a bank. He is very idealistic, principled, and recognizes a deep sense of belonging with the society he is part of. He gets annoyed and flustered by illegal and semi-legal activities happening around him. His wife Vatsala (Sangeetha) persistently demands he should be more ‘flexible’ and make more money, but Sridhar does not accede. He endures the illegal and semi-legal activities around him because he anticipates a change in the mindsets of people. He feels that over time, they will become more honest, socially aware and willing to make small personal sacrifices for the greater good of all (like him).
Vatsala is a typical middle-class housewife and a caring mother of two children, Varsha and Varun. Societal imperfections and related problems matter very little to her. She is more concerned about her reactive husband, thinking about ways to save him from the effects of his angry outbursts and to steer him away from his impractical thoughts and deeds.
This youthful romantic action movie follows the fluctuating fortunes of Keeri, who makes his living by stealing. After his guardian angel commits suicide, he finds out that she had been raped. He seeks revenge and kills the man responsible. On the run from police, he and his lover Sandhya go to Durai for help. Will it be happily-ever-after for the star-crossed lovers?