Three best friends who have been separated after their college days reunite once again after 36 years, with the help of Prabha, a bold documentary filmmaker. All the three women in their 50's have buried their dreams, sacrificed happiness and freedom due to the pressures put upon them by the men in their lives. With the help of Facebook, Prabha unites the three friends and go on a road trip to rekindle their good memories and also to provide them a liberating experience.
After becoming victims of an unexpected treacherous act, Deva (Natty), Janani (Ruhi Singh) and Bhaskar (Arjunan) lose their hard-earned jobs. Dejected, they approach a local thug, who gives them an assignment – to steal a luxurious car from a big shot in the city.After the trio succeeds in their mission, thanks to their planning and hard work, they are given another task; this time, they have to rob all the high-end cars of Pandian (Sharath Lohitashwa), a Madurai-based don. Will Deva and his team be able to steal the cars? Has Pandian come to know about their mission? How are the two going to deal with each other? Watch out to know answers for these questions.
The lives of people living in traditional ways in the South Indian jungle are depicted in this movie.
SK, an aspiring actor who wants be a successful actor, falls for Kavya, a doctor. When SK comes to know that Kavya is already engaged, he disguises himself as a nurse and joins the same hospital to woo her. Can he express his love to Kavya?
Jeevan (Kalaiyarasan), who once was a successful fiction writer, is not in form anymore. He is quite distressed about the fact that his publisher, of late, has been rejecting his ideas. He finds solace in cigarette packs, and his wife Jennie (Sai Dhanshika) is worried over his situation and their future as a couple. One fine day, an idea strikes him — that of a bad guy who eventually becomes a hero. Jeevan pitches the idea to his publisher, and the latter asks him to develop the plot.
Political pot boilers are always exciting provided it has a few factors like gripping performances, unpredictable twists and turns, nepotism, intelligent moves, unapologetic treachery, hunger for power, and so on. With Yaman, Jeeva Shankar has tried to tick all the boxes. The erratic political happenings being the flavour of the season, the film has some scenes and unadulterated dialogues which the audience can relate to.
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Renu who is called to India by her estate's lawyer to sign the necessary documents so that she can be the legal owner of her deceased parents' assets and the estate. Upon arrival there she find that the estate is manage by her uncle Bhagwati Prasad, his wife, assisted by his brother-in-law Mudkaate. For years Bhagwati has been embezzling the business money to meet his personal needs thus when the lawyer instructs Renu to scrutinize the accounts she finds 15 lakh rupees missing.
Baldev Choudhary is an ex-boxer who tries to achieve the fame he was denied through his sons, Angad and Karan. He decides to train his elder son, Angad for the boxing, but he refuses. This refusal sprout conflicts in the family. Then his younger son decides to fight to fulfill his father’s wish. Will the boxer be able to get his image clean through his son?
Raj Malhotra and wife Pooja have four sons who have settled down professionally and are quite independent. However, when Raj Malhotra decides to retire in order to spend time with his children, none of them want to be burdened with the responsibility of looking after them. Will the children be able to realize their mistakes before it’s too late?