The story starts with floods at Ranga Saipet in Warangal District. Houses, trains, and people inundate in floodwater. Siddharth (Mahesh Babu) and his friends save the people up to their maximum effort. Eight of his friends assist him in the rescue. On the other hand, the Chief Minister (Kota Srinivasa Rao) recommends the candidature of Pappu Yadav (Irfan Khan) for Assembly Elections. Pappu is a goonda who wishes to earn big through politics and power. To get the attention of people, he announces a sum of Rs.5 crore for flood victims.
Velu is a waiter at a holiday resort in Chennai. He wants to make enough money to pay for his working permit to work abroad. However, he has had a traumatic childhood. After the death of his parents, his uncle and aunt sent him to boarding school, where he is initially bullied. In order to survive in the new, harsh environment, he learns to fight to protect himself. As a young adult, he moves to the city to start a new life. As poor, single young men, Velu and his roommate Tirupathi face lots of hardships in the city. They eventually meet Muni, an agent for an underground fight club. After seeing Velu win a fight at a bar, Muni introduces him to the ruthless owner of the fight club, Natwar Dada. Velu slowly rises up the ranks and becomes one of the city’s best underground fighters. Velu then meets a girl Kavya and plans to stop fighting in order to be with her, but he needs to make enough money to escape his current life. Muni also needs money to get his house back. Together, they hatch a plan to rig Velu’s next fight with Victor, the city’s top underground street fighter.
After super-villain Megamind (Ferrell) kills his good-guy nemesis, Metro Man (Pitt), he becomes bored since there is no one left to fight. He creates a new foe, Titan (Hill), who, instead of using his powers for good, sets out to destroy the world, positioning Megamind to save the day for the first time in his life.
Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva
The film is set in a village near Madurai. Pugazhendi (RK) spends all his time drinking and is ridiculed by everyone. In contrast, his elder brother Pandithurai (Napoleon) is respected and admired by everyone. Pandithurai showers love and affection on Pugazh. He even tries to arrange for his wedding hoping =he would reform. But knowing about Pugazh and his habits, nobody comes forward to give their daughter to him. Pugazh, who spends all his time with his maternal uncle Kaththamuthu (Vadivelu), comes across Janani (Muktha). It’s love at first sight for him. Meanwhile, the family of Rathnavelu (Lal), another powerful man in the village, is hellbent on revenging Pandithurai and his family due to previous enmity. They hatch a conspiracy and try to halt Pughazh and Janani’s wedding. Cut to flashback and the reason for ill-feeling between two families is revealed. It is now up to Pugazh to bump off Rathnavelu and restore peace in his family.
The film opens with the discovery of a corpse of a teenage girl who was brutally murdered.
Arun Kumar (Vishnu Vishal) is an aspiring filmmaker who wants to make a movie on psychopaths. After being rejected many times and due to pressure from his family, he decides to give up his dreams and become a sub-inspector with the help of his brother-in-law Doss (Ramdoss), a police officer himself. He moves to Chennai to stay with his sister Kokila (Vinodhini Vaidyanathan), Doss, and their daughter Ammu (Abhirami). Ammu gets into trouble when she makes Arun sign like her father in her report card. Her class teacher figures this out and thinks she signed it herself. He meets and befriends Ammu’s teacher Viji (Amala Paul) and her niece Kayal (Baby Monica).
Thor: Love and Thunder
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.
The film begins with Murugesan (Bharath) limping sorrowfully from the Central Jail, Palayamkottai, in a scruffy beard and glasses. He has been imprisoned for 17 years. The film flashes back to 1989, where Murugesan is an unruly youngster in Sivasaila. He is the son of flower sellers (Rajesh and Yuvasri), with Thapaal Thangavelu (Vadivelu), who provides as much laughter as the posts he delivers. Life is a long, sunny adventure for Murugesan, who beats people up, sells his grandfather’s land, runs over rooftops, and incurs so much of his father’s wrath that he is prophesied to meet a horrible end. Not that this gloomy prospect affects him – he continues on his own sweet way until he runs into Parijatham (Poonam Bajwa), a demure, fair-complexioned, striking Iyer girl, the daughter of Panjami Iyer (Y. G. Mahendran) and the younger sister of Gayathri (Simran). In the meantime, the village’s bigwig Periyavar (Sampath Raj), who is magnanimous in public and a tyrant at home, casts his eyes on Parijatham. He places his pawns carefully and is afraid of being found out. Parijatham is trapped, and Periyavar starts removing her dresses. He and Murugesan come close to breaking each other’s bones many times, but the situations defuse themselves in a perfectly natural fashion. Several twists in the tale occur in a quick fashion, and Murugesan and Parijatham are bound in a net from which, seemingly, there is no escape.