Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka
Saga from a middle class family has three close friends at college, each of them having an affluent background. They decide to prolong their student life by skipping their exams – an act that proves how much they value their friendship despite Saga being under pressure to get a job and be less of a burden on his family. Saga finds his love too, but the happiness is short lived as all his comes crashing down at the dawn of a new year, some loose words in the heat of the moment being the reason. His survival and his friendship are on the line as he races against time to wriggle out of this predicament.
Director: Sathya Prabhas Pinisetty
Actors: Aadhi, Mithun Chakraborty, Nikki Galrani
College goer Karunakaran (Arulnidhi) finds it difficult to adjust with the society that he lives. As a result, he is unable to control his anger and ends up with trouble. His unpredictable behavior becomes a constant worry for his mother (Sujatha Sivakumar) and brother. A series of incidents force him to leave his hometown Madurai and end up in Chennai. Despite scoring high marks in school, he joins a local arts college in the city and stays in a hostel, where trouble begins. Meanwhile, while traveling from Bangalore to Chennai, Assistant Commissioner Marimuthu (John Vijay), Inspector Rajendran (Madhusudhan Rao), Sub-Inspector Selvam (Balakrishnan), and Sgt/Head Constable Perumalsamy (Krishnamurthy) witness a car accident. When they are about to take the victim (son of a Bangalore-based business tycoon) to a nearby hospital, they come across a huge stash of cash. The policemen kill the half-dead victim and flee to Chennai with the money. The sincere police officer Palaniammal (Uma Riyaz Khan) takes up this case. A cluster of lies, ego clash at the hostel, and family’s ignorance brings Karunakaran into this crime plot. The rest is a racy rollercoaster ride that forms the climax.
Har Har Mahadev
Jithan 2 is second installment in the Jithan franchise. The film tells the tale of a man who encounters paranormal activities in his new home. Does the ghost have a mission? Will it ever exit the house? That forms the crux of the story.
This film has the water scarcity that the city faces severely as its backdrop. It revolves around three interesting characters. ‘Baskar’, who takes up desalination of seawater as his ambition; His childhood friend ‘Archana’ who later turns out as his spouse; ‘Madan’, who makes pivot changes in others life with his sheer intelligence. What happens when these three meet up? How these characters use their brainpower variously is narrated sophisticatedly. How a young chap with such an ambition arising from a third world nation triumphs is told with an interesting screenplay.
Tamizhukku En Ondrai Azhuthavum
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