Starring: Jiththan Ramesh,Sonia Agarwal
Actress Sonia Aggarwal is back in screen through the film Oru Nadigayin Vakkumoolam ..
Directed by Rajkrishna the film chronicles the rise and fall of an actress.
Ganja Karuppu, Raj Kapoor, GM Kumar are there in supporting roles.. Music for the film is composed by Aathish.
Starring: Siva Karthikeyan, Oviya and others
National award winning Director Pandiraj's 'Marina' narrates the life of boys on Chennai’s beach.The director says"Marina is all about the different kinds of people we come across on Chennai’s pride, the Marina beach. So, I felt that it was only fitting that we contribute something towards making the beach and make it a better place for city folks.”
The story of the film takes place at Marina beach, and this film is a mirror that showcases the life of children at marina beach & the day to day life at Marina beach surroundings.
The film casts Siva Karthikeyan and Oviya in lead, while music is scored by Ghirish..
Starring: Mammootty, Prithviraj, Shreya Saran,Riyaz Khan, Delhi Ganesh, Paravai Muniyamma, Kaadhal Thandapani etc...
Vaani Film International Malaysia Pandyan Prensents Directed by debutante Vyshakh, the movie Raaja Pokkiri Raaja brings together Mammootty and Prithviraj for the first time on screen. It also marks the debut of actress Shreya Saran. Raaja Pokkiri Raaja in one word can be categorized as a mass masala entertainer.
The movie begins with a flash back story of two brothers Raja ( Mammootty ) and Surya ( Prithviraj ). Raja and Surya enter into a fight with a rival gang and gets involved in certain scuffles with the gang. Raja elopes to Madurai and later becomes a very popular don there. With a walrus moustache, broken English and his travel in BMW, Raja tries to create laughs among the audience.
The first half of the story deals with Surya, Raja's brother. Both Raja and Surya is capable of handling any number of people at a stretch, sing, dance and even capable of giving punch dialogues every now and then. At one point of time Surya enters into a trouble and that marks the entry of Raja to rescue his brother.
The movie is of actions, songs and punch dialogues. Mammootty and Prithviraj looks good on screen as usual. Shreya Saran plays the love lady to Prithviraj in the film and has done her role impressively. There is nothing much in her role. Siddique and Riyas Khan play the baddies in the film. They look like caricatures at the hands of the heroes. Suraj and Salim Kumar handle their usual role of comedy and tries to create a good number of counter jokes in the film.
Director Vyshakh has been successful in giving both the heroes equal importance in the film. The fist look of the heroes in the film is impressive and stylish. Writer V.Prabhakar have succeeded in allotting almost equal footage to them. Jassie Gift's music suites the mood of the film and sequences. Shaji's visuals too is impressive.
On the whole we can say that though a lengthy film, and without much in the storyline, Raaja Pokkiri Raaja is a mass masala entertainer. There are some good comedies and some good sequenes. A relaxing film on the whole.
Starring: Madhavan, Arya, Sameera Reddy, Amala Paul and others
After his box-office hit Paiyaa, Director Lingusamy is wielding the meghaphone for Vettai..The film stars Arya, MAdhavan,Sameera Reddy,Amala Paul in lead..
Yuvan Shankar Raja will be scoring the music while camera is handled by Nirav Shah..
Starring: Vijay,jiiva,Srikanth,Illeana,Anuya,Sathyaraj and others
Ace filmmaker, Director Shankar who is working on Nanban, remake of Bollywood blockbuster 3 idiots, seems to be enjoying working on the film.The film which is shaping up really well has an ensemble team including Vijay, Jiiva, Srikanth,Sathyaraj, Illeana, Anuya among others..With music scored by Harris Jayaraj, Nanban is a much anticipated film of the year..
Starring: Sathya, Anjali, Nassar and others
Directed by D.Manoharan, the film stars Sathya, Anjali in lead.
Music for the film is scored by D. Imman..
Starring: Vidharth,Sanchitha shetty, Arul Doss and others
Starring: Vikram,Deeksha Seth,K. Vishwanath,Mithra Kurian