Starring: Silambarasan Jyothika Sindhu Tolani Goundamani Mandira Bedi Atul Kulkarni
Manmadhan is a thriller film directed by A J Murugan and written by Silambarasan, who also plays the lead title role. The film has Jyothika enacting the lead female role, Sindhu Tolani, Goundamani, Atul Kulkarni and Santhanam playing supporting roles and guest appearances by Mandira Bedi as a psychologist, Brinda Parekh as playgirl and Yana Gupta as a club dancer. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja.
Starring: Arjun, Lara Dutta, Raghuvaran, Manivanan, Nasser, Vivek, Mansoor Ali Khan, Charanraj, Karan, Sriman, Dhamu
Arasatchi film is directed by debutante, N Maharajan. The film starred Arjun, Lara Dutta and Raghuvaran in the lead roles. Vivek Lakshmi and Manivannan all play in other roles. The film's music was composed by Harris Jeyaraj.Arasaktchi is a routine story of a youth seeking vendetta against the corrupt lawyers . The storyline is interesting but the manner in which the vendetta takes place spoils the film. Inspired from an Hollywood film which focussed on the nexus between the judiciary- police in New York, director spins off a tale to suit the local condition and in the process leaves behind lot of holes in the narration.
Starring: Srikanth, Sneha, Kalabhavan Mani
After "Parthibhan Kanavu" Srikanth and Sneha has been paired in "BOSE".It is being Produced by Murali who earlier produced Kamal's AVVAI SHANMUGI. Senthil Kumar directs the film. Yuvan Shankar Raja scores the music. Vijay Milton cranks the camera. The film is produced under the banner Sri Mahalakshmi.
Srikanth playing a black cat commando who currently is assigned on the security of a Union Minister(Kalabhavan Mani). Sneha plays a student of Kalakshetra, the dance school in Chennai. It has love, family sentiments and action too" says director Senthilkumar. "Bose" will be releasing in the month of september.
Starring: Ravi Krishna Sonia Agarwal Suman Settyand others
7G Rainbow Colony is written and directed by Selvaraghavan, starring Ravi Krishna, and Sonia Agarwal in lead roles, with music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography handled by Arvind Krishna. Ravi Krishna received the Filmfare Best Male Debut (South) for his acting performance, whilst Yuvan Shankar Raja was awarded the Filmfare Best Music Director Award for his highly praised musical score. The film, a bilingual venture, was simultaneously released in the Telugu language as 7G Brindhavan Colony..
Starring: Arjun, Reema Sen, Divya Spandana, Vadivelu, Prakash Raj, Devyanai
Sundar.C's movies have predominantly been comedies while an Arjun starrer immediately raises visions of an action flick with no dearth of stunts. So Giri, with Sundar behind the camera and Arjun in front of it, is exactly what their union promises - an action-comedy. Fortunately, both the action and the comedy portions of the movie have been handled competently, providing an entertaining time for the undemanding viewer.
Starring: Jayam Ravi,Asin,Prakash Raj,Nadhiya Vivek, Aishwarya and others
It is a remake of the telugu film Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi.the movie is directed by Jayam Raja from his home productions and music is by Sreekanth Deva. The story goes like this For Kumaran (Ravi) life is all about his mother Mahalakshmi (Nadhiya) who is separated from her husband Eshwar (Prakash Raj). Kumaran is passionate about kickboxing and he shares a very special relationship with his mother. In between, Kumaran falls in love with Malabar (Asin). But his life is destroyed after his mother's death. What happens thereon forms the crux.
Starring: Silambarasan Divya Spandana Ramya Krishnan Livingston Kalabhavan Mani
Kuthu starring Silambarasan and Divya Spandana in the lead roles is a remake of telugu movie Dil starring Nitin and Neha.the movie is directed by A.venakatesh..The movie is about Silambarasan, who falls in love with Ramya and incurs the wrath of her father. Whether Silambarasan succeeds in marrying Ramya, with the help of his college mates, forms the rest of the story.
Starring: Dhanush,Diya,Ramesh khanna and others