Ramanaa is a professor at National College. But he is also the head of an Anti Corruption Force, that aims to eliminate corruption from society. Members of the force kidnap the 15 most ... See full summary »
The film sensitively portrays the struggles of a father whose main priority in life is the well being of his children, and who is determined to see his children grow up to become decent, successful persons.
Rudran (Arya) in Kasi. Fourteen years later, repenting his act he goes with his daughter in search of him. He finds him there but is shocked to learn that he has become an Aghori, a ... See full summary »
Aishwarya, a convent-girl from a wealthy family in the town of Madurai (Tamil Nadu) falls in love with a young motor-mechanic, Murugan whom she encounters in the street. Faced with the ... See full summary »
Balu (Vishal) is a student studying in IIT Chennai. Karthik is his best friend studying in the same class. During their summer vacation, Balu goes to a place called Theni where Karthik's ... See full summary »
Follow Senthil's life through vignettes of his past presented by the people he visits while distributing his marriage invitations. His love life is the aspect in prime focus -- while we are presented with nuggets of other development also.
Story of two brothers told from the perspective of older brother who recalls his childhood memories where he runs away from home and returns after 20 years. The rest of the film is all ... See full summary »
The movie is all about a group of five college friends - Shaam (Shaam), Imman (Arya), Pooja (Laila), Priya (Asin) and Irene (Pooja). The friends gather for the wedding of Imman. There ... See full summary »
Rarely has a better movie been made about an Indian freedom fighter.Brilliant acting,art direction,music,cinematography,this one has it all!!..this movie takes us into the life of a mercurial genius and makes us stay with him,laugh with him and suffer with him.The actors give once in a lifetime performances..Shayaji Shinde as Bharathi is so amazing he makes Ben Kingsley look like an amateur..A Bengali playing a tamil poet(and playing a firebrand like Bharathi) so realistically!!His eyes light up with the fervor that one has come to associate with Bharathi,his face portrays a whole gamut of emotions..the frustration,the joie de vivre,the sadness,everything that Bharathi went through..Devyani complements him brilliantly as Chellama. As a poet,Bharathi stands right up there with Shelly and Keats..but he was never given the recognition hes deserved when he was alive('a diamond in the dust'says one character)..To see him struggling to pay for his daughter's medication,questioning his faith in god,beating his wife and then being made to realize the idiocy of the act by Annie Besant..we are shown a flawed but entirely human maven ..Often Indian biopics(especially those of freedom fighters) tend to potray a larger than life image of the protagonists...Not Bharathi.. The end (with nallodhor veenai in the background) makes you shed tears..and therein lies the success of this movie
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