Starring: Krishna Sekhar, Bindhu Madhavi, Karunaas, Thambi Ramayyah and others
Kazhugu, which is of action genre is written and directed by newcomer Sathyasiva, starring Krishna Sekhar and Bindu Madhavi in lead roles.
The film, produced by Krishna's father K. K. Sekhar along with K. S. Madhubala, features music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja..
Starring: Arjun,Archana Gupta, Hema,Pradeep and others
After donning the police officer role in many of his successful films like 'Sengottai', 'Jai Hind' and 'Marudhamalai', actor Arjun will once again don the Khaki uniform in Maasi..The film promises to be a complete action entertainer, directed by Kicha who has earlier directed Thee..The actor will be seen as an encounter specialist who weeds out enemies through his intelligence..
The movie will feature two heroines one is Hema from Kannada industry and Archana Gupta from Telugu.
Pradeep Rawat plays the villain role. Music is scored by Dhina..
Starring: Rahul, Shikha, Anuja Iyer, Vishwa, pandiarajan and others
Produced under the banner Maanas Film corporation, the film Vinmeengal which has been inspired by a true story is directed by Vignesh Menon..
Rahul Ravindhran, who debuted with Ravi Varman’s Moscowin Kaveri, is playing the lead role, while Anuja Iyer stars opposite him..Rahul plays a complex role in the film..
The movie deals with the journey of a boy suffering from cerebral palsy right from his birth to adulthood.
Starring: Sivaji Ganesan,Nt Rama Rao, R Muthuraman,Savithri, Devika and others
The film Karnan (1964) directed by B.Ramakrishnaiah Panthulu featured an ensemble cast composed of Sivaji Ganesan, N.T. Rama Rao, Savitri and R. Muthuraman.The movie was about character Karnan, of the Great Indian Epic, Mahabarata. Considered one of the all time great Indian Classics with a fantastic star cast and great acting, the film was a hit among the audience..
The film has been Converted into a New Dimension and was released recently with DTS Sound in QUBE format...
Starring: Lagubaran,Dharun, Swathi, Elizabeth and others
In Tamil cinema poignant love story with a realistic approach sans big heroes have always worked wonders at the BO..The shooting of a new film titled Rattinam, which has debutant Lagubaran and Swathy in lead has been progressing briskly..
The movie is directed by Thangasamy, a former associate of directors Kanagu and Stephen..
It is a love story with a different take.. The hero works as a supplier of sundries to the shipyard in Tuticorin and the heroine is the daughter of top official who works with port trust, it is about how they succeed in their love despite all odds which forms the crux of the story.
Starring: Sanjai krishna, Vinod,Nivas,varun,Ashwin Raja, Uday,Vishnu Priya, Shivani, Arasi and others
Director Selva who made is directorial debut with Amaravathi is always known for trying his hand with something new. Amaravathi director is ready with his 25th venture Naanga. Naanga will feature 13 newcomers.Selva says, The film will have five love stories tangled in the plot and I wanted a fresh couple for every story. The story of Naanga starts in 2010 when old friends meet and recollect the memories of their college days. The film soon gets a retro feel as the flashback travels back to 80s.
Hope Naanga will be quite different from the regular campus stories that we have seen so far.
The music will be composed by Amaravathi fame Balabharathy.
Starring: Aathi, Pasupathi, Dhanshika, Arachana kavi and others
After the hard hitting Angadi Theru, director Vasanthabalan goes back in time in this film Aravaan.The film which is set in the 18th century stars Pasupathi, Aadhi, Bharath, Dhanshikha, Archana Kavi among others.Music is scored by popular playback singer Karthick who turns composer with this film..
Starring: Gautham, Meghana Raj, Ricky among others
There is a demand for supernatural thrillers since the record success of Anushka Shetty’s Arundhathi and Lawrence’s Kanchana.Now, a Mollywood suspense horror thriller, titled Yakshiyum Njaanum, made by award-winning filmmaker Vinayan and released in Tollywood as Lankeswari, is making its Tamil debut as Jakkamma.
The movie revolves around a ghost Jakkamma and Meghna Raj essays the role of the central character. Veteran Thilagan appears in a powerful role as well.Nivas, an assistant to Santhosh Sivan, is behind the camera and Sajan Madhav has composed the music.
Bala has written the dialogues in Tamil. According to sources, this is the first Malayalam film to be shot using a Red One camera, which has immense potential for graphics, and has been extensively used in this movie.