Starring: Dhanush,Sneha , Sonia Agarwal and others
The story is set in the backdrop of the slums of Pudhupettai in Chennai, as the title suggests, where a high school kid Kokki Kumar (Dhanush) sees his mom dead after he comes back from watching a movie. His father, the murderer is also planning to kill his son Kumar. Kumar sensing danger runs away from home. Homeless and with no food Kumar resorts to begging until he is falsely arrested while standing by and watching a commotion on the street. In jail he befriends handymen of a local goon who take Kumar with them and give him petty jobs to do. In a confrontation with goons of another gang Kumar kills the brother of his enemy gang thus earning the respect of his gang and making enemies for himself both within his gang and outside.
Kumar falls in love with a prostitute Krishnaveni (Sneha) and she moves in with him. Kumar requests his boss who is also Krishnaveni's boss (pimp) freedom from being a prostitute but he refuses. In a fit of rage Kumar kills his own boss thus becoming the gang leader himself. He helps a lot of politicians during election times and becomes popular in the underworld circle.He then meets Selvi (Sonia Agarwal) on the eve of her wedding and falls in love with her and marries her forcibly during her wedding ceremony. Soniya is the sister of his favorite henchman who now becomes his sworn enemy and joins the enemy gang. Slowly Kumar starts accumulating serious enemies and eventually everyone start targeting for Kumar's head. Does Kumar survive the wrath of his enemies? forms the rest of the story.
Starring: Sundar C, Jyothirmayi, Prakash Raj
Thalai Nagaram movie Right (Sundar C) and Balu (Bose Venkat) who are work as henchmen to a don Bhai (Judo Rathnam). Dhivya (Jyothirmayi) who settles down in the same locality where Right lives.
Meanwhile Right develops a difference of opinion with Bhai. Right ends up killing Bhai's son. Bhai takes revenge by killing Balu. It brings a change of heart in Right and his men. When they decide to reform and lead a decent life.
Another person (Prakash Raj) who forces them to take up rowdyism again. Meanwhile Bhai is on the pursuit of putting an end to Right.
Starring: Githan Ramesh Gajala Namitha Vivek and others
Nee Venunda Chellam is a film, written and directed by L. Venkatesan, starring Githan Ramesh, Gajala and Namitha in lead roles.
Starring: Jeeva, Sandhya, Nasser
Dishyum is directed by Sasi. The film stars Jeeva, Sandhya, Nasser and Anni Malavika. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Vijay Anthiny of Sukran fame. The story tells a love relationship between stuntman and an art student providing plenty of exciting scenes along the way.
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.