The story revolves around an urban South Indian joint family composed of brothers, their wives and children and parent/s. It is the ideal household with every one getting along well until a glamorous actress moves in next door.
David is a serious fan of a politician. But the politician is a fraud, On seeing Mary, David's wife, he devises a plan.He sends David onto jail and in the meantime rapes Mary.When David ... See full summary »
The plot of the film revolves around the three lead characters J. K. Balaganapathi (JKB), Sindhamani aka Sindhu and Bhairavi. A Carnatic singer (JKB) at the peak of his career loses his ... See full summary »
Before Indian Independence, many Tamils from South India were sent to Malaysia as indentured laborers. Kabali, the protagonist, fights this oppression. After a lengthy imprisonment, he is more determined than ever to fight for his people.
Udhayamoorthi (Kamal Haasan), son of an orthodox Carnatic Musician, Marthandam Pillai, voices for social causes against his father's will and in a way gains the trust of local people and brings self-awareness in neighboring villages.
Kamal Haasan, the central character, is a man terribly soured by his unvaryingly devastating encounters with the opposite sex. He develops a pathological hatred for women and uses his charm... See full summary »
three girls accusing a well respected college lecturer saying he sexually harassed them,and his would-be not believing investigates herself to prove his innocence
K.Balachander is the best director of Tamil films no doubt... but this film is a real surprise from him! this movie differs much from other films! Jaishanker who plays the part of college professor was being accused by three girls, two were his students and third by his neighbor, for different reasons but with same note that he has sexually harassed them, just before his marriage! his fiancée played by Lakshmi sets out to investigate along with some of his dutiful students. what went wrong! a rare intelligent black and white suspense movie...holding as tight right to the end with great cinematography and enthralling dialogs! this is definitely K.Balachander's master piece!
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