Starring: Vijay, Trisha, Suman, Vivek, Manivannan, Malavika
Vijay is well known for his fun filled comedies, fast and furious action with impeccable dance movements. His style statement reaches a new level with every movie he acts. Tantalizing Trisha takes the lead role as Vijay’s pair .
Starring: Prasanna, Udhayathara, Vadivelu
Kannum Kannum has been remaining inside the cans over a long time and we all know what the result is when most of the films see a delayed release. But it doesn’t matter when a movie carries good and unique theme with romance as the central concept. Debutant G. Marimuthu seems to be more glued with poetic tales and that’s reason he has made film that will never let the audiences especially lovers group to miss the movie.
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: 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
Starring: Bharath, Sandhya, Bhavana, Mahadevan, Ilavarasu, Meera Krishnan
Time and society are two important factors or aspects that influence an individual’s life so much so that he is not able to live life the way he wants to. These, the director opines, are the very same factors that led him to come across two significant
Starring: Tamanna, Akhil, Balamurugan, Hema, Rajeswari, Sailatha
Balaji Sakthivel is a director with difference. His maiden venture 'Samurai' starring Vikram dealt on a mass theme. Though it received a lukewarm response at the box office, it brought to light his directorial skills. He followed it up with
Starring: Prithviraj, Sandhya, Sathyaraj, Radhika, Sripriya
Priya.V, the director who made that sweet and sensible Kanda Naal Muthal, has come out with her new film Kannamoochi Yenada, a Kollywood take on the Hollywood film Meet The Parents. It falls way short of its basic inspiration, and is all cardboard cut-out characters, with no story to tell!
Starring: Ajith, Trisha, Saranya, Raj Kiran, Vivek, Cochin Haneefa, Santhanam, Ajay Kumar
Kireedam will be Ajith summer releases which huge expectations. Directed by debutant AL Vijay, the film stars Ajith, Trisha, Vivek, Saranya, Cochin Haneefa and Raj Kiran in significant roles. Inspired by a blockbuster Malayalam film of the late 1980s starring Mohanlal of the same title, Kireedam is an action based family entertainer. It was also remade in Hindi by Priyadarshan as Gardish in 1993.