A sexually-starved spirit traps two couples in a bungalow in Bangkok where they have planned to stay for a week. The spirit wants one of the two men to have sex with her. Can they manage to escape?
A school in a remote village gets a swimming coach who turns the fortunes of its students.
Jeyikkira Kuthira is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Sakthi Chidambaram. The film features Jeevan in the leading role alongside actresses Dimple Chopade, Ambika Soni and Shravya, with a bevy of supporting actor. While the latest news is that, the movie starts shoot on 4th Jul'2016.
Prithvi, a young man, is haunted by his past and despite his mother's attempts, refuses to come out of his shell. He begins to move on after he falls in love with Samyuktha, a chirpy girl, he meets accidentally. But she is kidnapped by some bikers when out on a joyride and Prithvi is forced to confront his past.
The movie is about Silambarasan, who falls in love with Divya Spandana and incurs the wrath of her father. Whether Silambarasan succeeds in marrying Divya Spandana, with the help of his college mates, forms the rest of the story. Srikanth Deva's tunes (he is in fact music director Deva's son) are catchy though familiar. The re-recording especially in stunt sequences is jarring.
Mosayile Kuthira Meenukal (English: Swordfishes of Big Tides), a Malayalam Adventure movie directed by Ajith Pillai. Asif Ali (Alex) is the scion of a large and rich Christian family, whose male members take pride in flaunting their virility. Due to his wayward life he lands up in prison. He makes attempts to flee from prison but in vain. A savior appears before him in the form of Sunny Wayne. He is from Lakshadweep, and circumstances make Asif Ali to follow him to the beautiful picturesque sea side town where he learns to amend his selfish ways. The narration forms the rest of the story.
Karan plays this happy go lucky guy next door who is a small time contractor for cycle stands. When not at work, he kills time with his friends taking part in their mimicry troupe where he is famous for his Rajini look-alike acts. Life goes on for the protagonist until Meenakshi stumbles upon in his life. An aspiring medical student, she relates Karan’s benevolence to her late mother’s. Soon after, they both become victim of the stupid cupid’s bait. Although in love with the uncle, Karan insists that education should be her priority over romance. Besides, their love affair wreaks havoc in Meenakshi’s upper caste family, which is known for cast prejudices. With a family to resist and her education to pay attention to, Meenakshi find it tough to get along. Finally, a seamless climax tells it all as to how the couple manages to pull it off against all the odds, predominantly Meenakshi’s family.
Newly wed couple set house in remote location. Wife, Momo keeps sensing something familiar about the house. She needs to look into the past to find the truth.
Katturumbinum Kathu Kuthu is a 1986 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Girish. The film stars Jagathy Sreekumar, Innocent, Mukesh and KPAC Lalitha in lead roles.
Yaanai Mel Kudhirai Savaari is an upcoming comedy film directed & written by Karuppaiah Murugan. Naan Kadavul Rajendiran & Lollu Sabha Swaminathan play lead along with new comer Archana Singh.
Lal Saheber Kuthi Ron, Sid sarita and akki are five friends. They decided to make decided to make a diploma film for college. Theme of the film is Ghost. Before starting of the shooting, they decided to visit the location. So, they went at sid’s uncle’s village. Various Strange old woman.Lal Saheber Kuthi Then Started Happening. They met with a strange old woman. Then started the worst things. One by one, they fell on the eye of strange thing. Who is that old man?? Lal Saheber Kuthi Will they be able to leave that place safely??
Comedies rule the roost in Kollywood. The latest film to join the comedy bandwagon is Yaanai Mel Kuthirai Savari. Sources say that the film is being directed and produced by Karuppiah Murugan. The film that stars Naan Kadavul Rajendran will not have the actor playing a villain. Instead, he will attempt to play a romantic hero. The film will also feature Archana Singh, Saminathan, Vazhakku En Muthuraman, Krishnamoorthy and Nandkumar. Says a source, “The film is about people who believe that giving up even before trying to accomplish a task is the height of foolishness. So, they set out to accomplish a task that is way beyond their capabilities.” The film will have music by Imalayan.
The story is set in a village called Mallayapuram near Theni. The villagers believe the Rain Gods will favour them after the annual Thiruvizha, during which the deity is taken around the village on a wooden horse. They are in for a rude shock when the horse goes missing. At the same time, Azhagarsami, a youngster who earns his livelihood by ferrying loads on his horse in Aagamalai village in Periyakulam, gets ready for his marriage. His horse also goes missing, and his marriage is put on hold. Do the villagers and Azhagarsami find their respective horses?
The film is about Lakkhi (Sreelekha Mukherji), a Bengali village woman who was expecting her first baby when her husband fell from a roof and remained crippled. She lost her baby from the shock, and as a meagre compensation, is offered work as a wet-nurse in middle-class families where presumably women have other things to do than feed their children.
Pachamuthu (Parthipan) by his own confession is a Porikki and due to the fear he is able to whip up, he rules over a slum area in Chennai. He is a sadist, a pervert and treats his own mother like a slave worker and swears at her. He is always on the look out to make a fast buck and has no qualms about doing dirty jobs for others; provided he is paid. One day he walks into a marriage pandal and is able to get a sneak view of the bride Poovu (Namitha) as she is dressing up for the marriage. Instantly Pacha takes a liking to her. He beats up the groom, marries the poor girl and takes her to bed after telling his shell-shocked mother and other women that he isn't going to wait until after they are married to have sex with her.
The film, mostly shot on the outskirts of the Vadamarachchi area (Sri Lanka) tells the story of an ordinary peasant's life, rooted in tradition but decked with modern values.