Starring: Silambarasan,Jothika,Prakash Raj and others
Saravana (Silambarasan) and Krishna are friends. Saravana falls in love with Krishna's sister Sadhana (Jyothika), who studies in London. He visits the house of Krishna in Tirunelveli and comes to know about the caste clash prevalent in the district. Soundarapandi (Prakashraj), Krishna's elder brother, decides to arrange for the wedding of Saravana and Sadhana, coming to know that he is in love with Sadhana. In the caste clashes, Soundarapandi and Krishna get killed by the opposite faction. Saravana rescues Sadhana and takes her to his home in Chennai. The rest of the story is all about how he protects her and eliminates the gang, which want to kill her. and at the end sadhana finds out the truth and doesn't go London.
Starring: Mani Prakash, Vennila, Sudhakar Vasanth, Poovilangu Mohan
Aadu Puli Attam is a Tamil film is directed by Sanjay Ram, named after the film of the same name starring Rajnikanth and Kamal Haasan released in 1977. However the films share no resemblance otherwise
Starring: Vijay, Trisha, Prakashraj
Revenge dramas always hold an attraction to the average cine-goer. Retaliation or retribution stories are, in a sense, the stories of the underdog. It is delayed vigilante justice. This idea, plus some interesting suspense, makes for interesting viewing in Aadhi. It is not just the hero who is bent on revenge. The heroine too is. Though the splash of gore may be slightly high, the film more than passes muster as Vijay once again seems in fine fettle. Director Ramana has also not tried anything extravagant. He knows Vijay is the trump, and hence used it pretty handily.
Vidyasagar’s music and Vijay’s dance are good and appreciable. Camera work by Soundarajan is to be appreciated deeply. Director Ramana has brought a beautiful output from the Telugu remake and made it feel homely.
Starring: Vijay, Asin, Prakash Raj
Keen to repeat the success of Tirupachy is Vijay and director Perarasu in Sivakasi, which would be released this Deepavali. Action-packed entertainer, Sivakasi stars Asin opposite Vijay, while Prakashraj plays the baddie.
Starring: Narain, Bhavana , Malavika
Chithiram Pesuthadi (2006) is a Tamil Film directed by Mysskin. The film stars Narain, Bhavana and Malavika. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Sunder C Babu. The film has become one of the surprise hits in 2006. It is produced by Dreambridge Ltd
Starring: Dhanush, Shriya, Prakash Raj, Mouli, Saranya, Karunas
Thiruvilayadal Aarambam stars Dhanush and Shreya. It is a love story which tries to narrate the hardships which befall a youth when he attempts to prove himself to the world and also find his love.. Dhanush wastes his time whiling away with his friends Karunas and Sukumar. Frustrated, his parents, Mouli and Saranya, send him away from home and ask him to come up in life on his own without their help. While out on his own, Dhanush meets Shriya and falls in love with her. Shriya happens to be the sister of a very big businessman in town, Prakash Raj. Prakash Raj, like any other rich man, tries to separate the two. In the end, Prakash Raj sets a goal and deadline for Dhanush. How Dhanush manages to earn money and succeeds in his love is the rest of the story. Though the movie’s story sounds familiar, the screenplay is totally different and it is where the director of the movie, Boopathy Pandian has shown his skill and has succeeded in making the movie quite an interesting and enjoyable one to watch. The song Ennamma Kannu from a Rajinikanth movie has been remixed and used effectively. D Imman has composed the music and the songs are worth listening to.
Starring: Surya, Trisha, Vadivelu, Ashish Vidyarthi, Kalbhavan Mani
Successful director turns producer and Saran hopes for another feather in his cap. His next movie is Aaru, starring Suriya and Trisha and is an out-and-out entertainer.
Starring: Prasanna, Laila,Karthik Kumar, Revathi Menon, Lakshmi
The movie begins with two young kids who fight each other in a marriage hall who grow up to be Krishna (Prasanna) and Ramya (Laila). They meet after two decades and again lock horns with each other. Fate brings them together in Chennai after a few years again fighting with each other Meanwhile a series of events forces Krishna's close friend Aravindh (Karthik Kumar) come to India from the USA to get married. His parents arrange for his wedding with Ramya. Coming to know of this, Krishna tries hard to stop the wedding. However on his own Aravindh stalls the wedding plans and returns to the USA. Mistaking Krishna for influencing Karthik Kumar, Ramya locks horns with him. Meanwhile, Laila's mother (Revathy) ends up in hospital and Krishna comes to the help of the family and eventually develops an affinity for Ramya which turns into romance. Enters Aravindh now with adecision to marry Ramya. Whom Ramya marries forms the climax. The climax was expected after the closeness between laila and prasanna. In the end, at the airport when they both come to receive Karthik they end up in each other's arms and karthik also approves of it.