Starring: Shaam, Sandhya, Dhivya, Revathi, Vivek
Director Athiyaman has crafted a script that has entertainment value entwined with a suspense element. The twists keep the momentum intact. Athiyaman’s execution of some scenes is praiseworthy. The way he builds up the suspense makes the proceeding inte
Starring: Jeeva, Anjali, Karunaas
Debutant Rama Subbu in his maiden directorial venture has taken a lofty theme and dwells on the declining status of Tamil. Jeeva playing a psychopath is the highlight of the movie. Sporting a different look, Jeeva renders lots of harsh and irresistable em
Starring: Narain, Prasanna, Vijayalakshmi, Ajmal, Ponvannan, Pandia Rajan
Mysskin’s eagerly awaited follow up to Chitiram Pesuthadi does not disappoint. Anjathe, a tale of two friends Sathya & Kiruba played by Narain and Ajmal (debut), defies plot synopsis with its many twists and turns. The lives of these friends take turns
Starring: Vikram, Trisha Krishnan,Prakash Raj, Raghuvaran, Sherin
Bheema directed by N. Linguswamy. It stars Vikram, Trisha Krishnan and Prakash Raj in the lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack was composed by Harris Jayaraj with lyrics written by the contemporary Tamil poets Na. Muthukumar, Pa. Vijay and Vairamuthu. RBheema (Tamil: பீமா) is a Tamil film directed by N. Linguswamy. It stars Vikram, Trisha Krishnan and Prakash Raj in the lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack was composed by Harris Jayaraj with lyrics written by the contemporary Tamil poets Na. Muthukumar, Pa. Vijay and Vairamuthu. R.D. Rajasekhar was the cinematographer for the movie and the editing was done by Anthony. Shooting for the film began on the 24th of April, 2006 at various locations in India. .D. Rajasekhar was the cinematographer for the movie and the editing was done by Anthony. Shooting for the film began on the 24th of April, 2006 at various locations in India.
Starring: Cheran, Navya Nair, Radha Ravi
Dreaming for greater fortunes in life is no harm. But it is must that one develops a passion for what one wants to do and tries to be the master of the task at hand. Mayakkannadi, quite rightly, is not about winners in life. It is about losers like every
Starring: Bharath, Kajal Agarwal, Kushboo
Locked up at the tender age of 10 for killing a woman, Vellaiyan(Bharath) finally gets released from jail after 15 years. After a few unsuccessful attempts, he joins the household of Jeevanandam(Biju Menon) and his wife Karpagambal(Kushboo) as a servant. While Karpagambal admires his love and devotion, Jeevanandam simply sees him as his henchman. But Vellaiyan has own agenda for joining the house.
Starring: Karthi Sivakumar, Priyamani, Saravanan, Ganja Karuppu, Ponvannan
Following Suriya, it's now the turn of his brother Karthi to try his luck before the camera. Director Ameer's Paruthi Veeran introduces him. Ameer, who made movies like Mounam Pesiyadhe and the critically-acclaimed Ram, features Karthi in the le
Starring: Silambarasan, Vedhika, Sangeetha, Nila
First things first. You wouldn’t expect a classic tale of movie making from a director – Tarun Gopi – whose previous credential include a hardcore commercial potboiler, Thimiru. Having said that, we did expect a racy entertainer with Simbhu’s retu