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Director: Balaji Mohan Casts: Dhanush, Kajal Agarwal, Robo Shankar, Vijay Yesudas
Music: Anirudh
Language: Tamil
Genre: Action Comedy

After coming up with quirky, relatable romantic comedies with long lyrical titles oozing with innovation, Balaji Mohan puts up his collar by piercing inside the crowd-pleasing genre of Indian Masala. It’s every director’s phase and desire to step on the mainstream action genre, at least once in their career and no difference for this young talent. With explosive reception for the promos, will Balaji-Dhanush combo manage to win the audience?
Synopsis Maari (Dhanush) is a local don who loots his designated area through taking bribes and organizing pigeon races which he passionately champions each time. He has two sidekicks, Sunny (Robo Shankar) and Robert (Vinoth). In the world of pigeon races, he faces many rivalries but manages them with his bravery and wit. To put an end to the atrocities, new Sub Inspector, Arjun (Vijay Yesudas) reopens a clo…


BAHUBALI(2015) Director: S.S.Rajamouli Casts: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka, Ramya Krishnan, Sathyaraj, Tamannah, Nassar
Music: M. M. Keeravani
Language: Tamil
Genre: Period Drama

After churning out consecutive hits with his precise execution of series of imaginative content, Rajamouli took another step higher to deliver, India’s most expensive film in from of a historical epic. With the expectations touching the sky for this grand spectacular, can Rajamouli repeat his magic?
Synopsis A courageous woman, Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan) escapes a hot pursuit of several warriors, kills them and flees with an infant. As she stumbles into a flowing river, realizing she has nowhere to go, Sivagami drowns herself while holding the child atop the water. The infant is rescued and brought up by the tribal head (Rohini) and he grows up to become Shivu (Prabhas) who is obsessed with climbing up on a huge mountain to catch a glimpse of what lies at the other side of the mountain. One day he manages to c…


PAPANASAM(2015) Director: Jeetu Joseph Casts: Kamal Hassan, Gautami, Asha Sarath, Nivedha Thomas, Kalabhavan Mani, Nivedha Thomas, Ester Anil
Music: M. Ghibran
Language: Tamil
Genre: Thriller

Jeetu Joseph might not have imagined that his Malayalam film, Drishyam will make a national tour of remakes when he first helmed it. Ironically the same world-class magic has brought him back to remake it in Tamil, with an equally world-class actor, Kamal Hassan. What is the result of this vital combination?
Synopsis Suyambulingam (Kamal Hassan), an honest hardworking local cable TV head, leads a normal middle class life with his wife, Rani (Gautami) and two daughters, Selvi (Nivedha Thomas) and Pulimeena (Ester Anil). However, life takes a turn when the son of IG Geeta Prabhakar (Asha Sarath), records a video of Selvi changing during a school trip. Retreating to the sexual threat from the son, Selvi kills him during a confrontation. How Suyambu rescues his family from this criminal crisis forms the…