Starring: J.K.Rithish, Ramana, Sangeetha, Keerthi Chawla, Anand Raj
"Nayagan" is a slick, racy cop story with not so well-known action hero J.K Ritheesh playing the lead role. His earlier movie "Kaanal Neer" was a flop and in "Nayagan" he looks far more mature and his role is tailor-made. Inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster "Cellular", Director Saravana Sakthi has the right mix of all the essential ingredients to make the film a good entertainer.Compared with some of the police stories of recent times, "Nayagan" is more thoughtfully packaged. It is sure to go down well with the audience.
Guru (J.K. Ritheesh) is a tough encounter cop who believes in instant justice. Supported by his superior officer (Radha Ravi), he fights to stop trafficking in drugs and girls by a gang of big bad guys. The film begins with scary scenes of dead bodies floating in the underground sewer lines.
Starring: Thalaivasal Vijay, Bose Venkat, Sona, Valli and others
A suspense tale, the story is about Subbu (Thalaivasal Vijay) who is a very talented and gifted film maker but then he suffers from one major drawback, his anger. The short tempered nature of Subbu earns him a lot of enemies and his emotional outbursts send his crew members and sometimes even innocent passersby into a panic mode. While his regular tiffs with strangers keep continuing, the whole thing takes a turn when Subbu is found murdered brutally and is packed in a suitcase; his body is left in front of a lawyer's house. Subbu is married and his wife (Sona) is more like a nymphomaniac. Just a day before the murder, Subbu witnesses a very shameful situation where he sees his wife pleading with a man who is about half her age to quench her desires. She is also aware that Subbu has knowledge of her behaviour but then she does not talk about it, this incident enrages Subbu who goes out into the street and as fate would have it he picks up a quarrel with the local goon over there. Added to this, Subbu's wife decides to put an end to his interference and starts planning to kill him. On the other hand, there is a thief who is present during the incident of the murder. With so many possible suspects, in comes the investigating officer (Bose Venkat) who starts unraveling the mystery. What happens from there? Who is the killer? All this forms the rest of the story.
Starring: Bharath, Meera Jasmine, Sangeetha, Prem, Raja Raveender
Nepali has Bharath and Meera Jasmine in the lead roles, released in 2008. Bharath plays three different roles in the movie produced and directed by V.Z.Durai. The film has music by Srikanth Deva and was shot in Ooty, Chennai and Hyderabad.
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: Sundar C, Napolean, Nadia Moidu, Ragini, Lalu Alex, Napoleon, Vivek, Nameetha
Starring: Shyam, Sneha, Arunpandian, Rekha, Ganja Karuppu
Inba (Shaam ) is a rough character who works under Priya's brother (Arun Pandiyan) as a body guard of Priya ( Sneha ). Priya is a usurious girl, spending most of the time with her friends and absenting herself from the college several times. Hence Arun Pandiyan employs Inba, his faithful servant to guard Priya's activities. Priya insults him several times since she was not interested in somebody guarding her all the time. She falls in love with Inba but he has a hidden past....
Starring: Narain, Deepa, Mahadevan, Thalaivasal Vijay
Nenjirukkum varai is a Tamil movie directed by S.A. Chandrasekhar, Vijay’s father. It's his 63rd directorial venture. The movie stars Narain, debutant Deepa, Mahadevan, Thalaivasal Vijay. The music is composed by Srikanth Deva.
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!