Starring: Prasanna, Sandhya, Bala
Director Vaseegaran has chosen the most dominated concept of world cinema ‘Love’ for ‘Manjal Veyil’. The movie stars Prasanna, Sandhya and Bala in the lead. The movie talks about triangular love between these three lead pair. Above their love the movie has a lot to portray about friendship. Manjal Veyil was under production since early 2007. Music director Bharathwaj has tuned peppy and special music for this movie. Sandhya has rendered her sweet voice for a song in this movie. The movie is expected to hit theaters by April end.
Starring: Tharun Gopi, Manivannan, G.M Kumar, Ponvannan, Seeman, Rajkapoor, Singappuli, Ravi mariya, Jegannath, Nantha Periyasamy, Poongkodi, Thamizharasi
A story of love and sentiments in a family forms the crux of Maayandi Kudumbathaar directed by Rasu Madhuravan. For the first time in cine industry ten directors have turned actors for this gripping family sentiment flick. Well known directors of 80’s joins the team of millennium directors. The family of directors includes Tharun Gopi, Manivannan, G.M Kumar, Ponvannan, Seeman, Rajkapoor, Singappuli, Ravi mariya, Jegannath, Nantha Periyasamy where Tharun Gopi walks in as the lead hero. Another import from kerala is the heroine Poongkodi. Aslo joins the league is Thamizharasi from Banagalore. Music is by Sabesh and Murali who are sure to come out with soul drenching rural melancholy and folk numbers.Produced by S.K Selvakumar of “United Arts” the movie is based on a real story is the Highlight.
Starring: Vijayakanth, Meera Jasmin, Meena, Ambika, Ramesh Kanna
Purachi Kalaingar Vijayakanth has started his next venture Mariyadhai joining once again with Vikraman. He has done a movie “Vaanathapola” that won a National award. The movie cast three heroines Ambika, Meera Jasmine and Meena with Vijayakanth in dual roles. Produced by T.Shiva of Amma creations the movie was launched on Vijayadhasamy. Story, Screenplay, dialogues and direction is by Vikraman and music scored by “Nakku Mukka” Vijay Anthony.
Starring: Vishal, Priyamani, Ashish Vidhyarthi, Urvashi
Director Boopathy Pandian has chosen to tread a safe path with a mass hero like Vishal by his side. His Malaikottai is a heady commercial cocktail of potboiler ingredients with stunts, comedy and romance at the right mix. Vishal flexes his muscles, tickles the funny bone and shakes his legs for a couple of romantic songs.
Starring: Pritivraj, Jothika, Prakashraj, Swarnamalaya
The story is about a mute girl and her relationship with a youngster who is a musician. "It is a simple, poetic, cute and heart-warming film that stresses the fact that human motions transcend beyond language barriers." This is the cryptic version given out by the official publicity unit.
Mozhi is the second film for Jyothika releasing in a month after "Pachchaikili Muthucharam" released earlier this month.
The film has raised high expectations and is eagerly awaited for the simple reason that Jyothika is featured in it as a dumb and mute girl, the kind of role she has never played before. Playing opposite her is Prithviraj, who made his debut in Tamil as the villain in "Kanaa Kanden". He played the lead role in "Parijatham" directed by Radhamohan, who is known for making sensible and socially relevant films. Prakash Raj plays the friend of Prithviraj.
Radhamohan told a Tamil daily that it was Jyothika who immediately came to his mind when the outline of the story was being discussed. In fact, the story was written keeping her in mind. Only after the script and screenplay were ready Jyothika approached and she agreed to act in the film despite her impending marriage.
He says that mere mention of Jyothika's character may give the impression that "Mozhi" is a serious film. It is also asked whether it has been made for festivals where off-beat and artistic films normally compete for awards, like Amitab-Rani Mukherjee's "Black". It is for sure that "Mozhi" is neither serious nor artistic. It is a pure and simple commercial entertainer, the director assets.
Starring: Jithan Ramesh, Priyamani, Ashish Vidyarthi, Vivek
Madhu (Ramesh) always roams on a bike. Mercy (Priyamani) and Esther (Jahnavi) are friends and hostelmates. Mercy believes in Jesus. She is very kind and humble towards others. Esther is bold, glamorous in dressing and teases every one. One day when she teases Madhu, he kisses her publicly. Madhu often gets the chance to meet Mercy. He comes to the hostel and expresses his love to Mercy. But she denies his love.
After examination Mercy goes to her hometown Mahi. Madhu follows her. Her father Siluvai (Ashish Vidyarthi) owes to bring up his daughter to a good position. Madhu becomes the favourite of Siluvai. Esther enters the scene with lots of change in her character. Siluvai comes to know about their love affair. And what is the decision taken by him forms the rest of the story.
Starring: Arjun Vedhika Jagapati Babu Gajala Vivek and others
Kasi (Arjun) comes to Mumbai to track his parents' killers. He is successful in finding the first two. In order to find the third one he joins a goon Ravi Bhai (Raj Kapoor).
This Ravi Bhai is in loggerheads with his own brother, Mani Bhai (Fefsi Vijayn). Mani Bhai runs another gang and the leading goonda in this gang is Siva (Jagapati Babu). Once upon a time in some Jail, Siva and Kasi were good friends.
But now they are thirsty for each other's blood. They unite finally when their loved ones are killed. This was Vedhika's first film. They plot to kill sivas brother by killing vedhika and divert Arjun. Arjun and Vedhika die in the end.
Starring: Sibiraj, Suha, Sathyaraj, Manoj K Jayan, Ponnambalam and others
Bhairavamoorthy(Manoj.K.Jayan) and Gajapathy(Ponnambalam) are two dadas at loggerheads with each other. Kathir(Sibi), who works for Bhairavamoorthy, holds special hatred for Gajapathy since it was Gajapathy who killed his parents. Bhairavamoorthy's daughter Amutha(Suha) falls for Kathir and convinces him to accept her love also. But Bhairavamoorthy is against their union and is ready to forget his enmity with Gajapathy to break off his daughter's romance.