Amar is assigned to investigate a case of serial killings. When Amar investigates the case, he realizes it is not what it seems to be and following down this path will lead to nothing but war between everyone involved.
K.G.F: Chapter 1
The movie dates back to 1951. Here, two incidents take place; The birth of the hero and other in the Kolar Gold Fields (K.G.F) they get gold. The hero is brought up in poverty. When he is very young itself he goes to Mumbai to become a mafia don. His mother’s wish was to see her son rich and powerful. After being in Mumbai for some time he returns back. Will he be able to become a Don? Will he set his people free from the age old slavery? Forms the plot of the movie.
Arivanandham is a man who runs a shop. He kidnaps three government officials and tells the press his name is Citizen by changing his appearance to their jobs. Meanwhile, CBI Officer Sarojini is given the case of finding the officials and capturing Citizen. She finds evidence that they link to a village called Atthipatti. She goes to a place, where they keep old maps of India. She notices that from 1970-80, the village was missing. She then inquires a Church Father who knows about Atthipatti. He gives them a box full of evidence about the village. She then discovers that the people of Atthipatti are under a old river, which is a construction site. She orders her men to dig it up, and they find corpses. Sarojini finds links to Arivadhanam but cannot identify him. Arivadhanam kidnaps the third man but is stuck in traffic. Sarojini is also in traffic. To clear the traffic, Arivadhanam creates a problem and sorts it out by donning a traffic inspector’s identity. Sarojini drops her handkerchief while in her car, then Arivadhanam swaps it with a paper and gives it to her. She accepts it, then Arivadhanam phones her and tells her she met with Citizen. Outraged, Sarojini decides to ambush his hideout. They track down his location, but he is nowhere to be found. They find masks, computers, and newspaper cuttings. Sarojini finds Arivadhanam in a mosque and arrests him. Arivadhanam is taken to court and is inquired about why he kidnapped the officials. He retells his memory.
The story begins with Surya (Ravi Teja) who owns a gym center and he also has a good friend Sriram (Srikanth). Surya is in love with his friend’s sister Meghna (Deeksha Seth) and after some cat and mouse games, she also falls in love. After a while, Sri goes to Saudi for a job and there he falls in love with Vaishnavi (Bhavana). The story takes a turn when Surya goes to Saudi to celebrate the birthday of Sri and is shocked when the Saudi police arrest Sriram on charges of murdering Vaishnavi. He is sentenced to death. The only thing Surya can do is to get the signature from Vaishnavi’s parents to acquit Sriram. But her father is Raja Goud (Pradeep Rawat), the bad guy whom Surya has been fighting all along. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
Saravanan (Vishal) is a person in Ooty who runs a business of gathering people for politicians and events. One day he meets Maya (Hansika) and falls for her. However, Rajasekhar (Santhanam) also falls in love with her. Saravanan convinces Rajasekhar to not fall for Maya by talking about the expenses high class people require. Rajasekhar is a police inspector. Due to several mishaps caused, he is fired and stars working as a hotel doorman. He is shocked to find Saravanan and Maya going out together. He asks Saravanan how he made Maya fall in love with him. As Saravanan finishes his story it is revealed that it was Saravanan who indirectly caused those mishaps to Rajasekhar.
After losing his wife, Saroj, during childbirth, Erode, Chennai-based Inspector Mukesh Bhargav, brings up his daughter, Kirtika, on his own, rises up to the position of Assistant Commissioner of Police, battles hoodlums, exposes inept and corrupt police officers, as well as investigates politicians, their nexus with senior civil servants, and the underworld, ignoring the fact that his and Kirtika’s days may already be numbered by his many enemies.