Kadaisi Bench Karthi is an upcoming Indian Tamil comedy film directed by Ravi Bhargavan. This Tamil-Telugu bilingual comedy showcases the effect that a smart phone can have on a loving relationship.
A much abused loner achieves success, and even wins the heart of his gorgeous co-worker, after getting early morning mysterious phone calls from someone.
Film starring Pandharibai and Rajkumar
Nikhil Siddharth and Swati Reddy are back once again onscreen with Karthikeya. The mystery of the Subramanian Swamy temple which has remained closed for years is the crux of the movie. Local people in the village are curious why the temple has been locked up for years? The lead protagonists take the initiative to solve the mystery.
Talented yet temperamental, Karthik is an aspiring wildlife photographer. He falls for and eventually marries Yamini, but the going proves to be tough for the volatile couple due to several personal and professional challenges. Following a series of unexpected setbacks, the marriage turns sour and the two start drifting apart. But can their unwavering love for each other prevail over their differences before it is too late?
Charles wants to catch hold of Karthiga and make her understand his love for her. Shaffiq needs Karthiga to get back the smuggled diamonds that he had entrusted with her. Meanwhile, Karthiga witnesses a murder at her deserted office and the killers are after her.
This movie is about the transfor-mation of friendship into love. The same old story Karthik (Ratthan, is the son of makeup man Babu) andAnitha (Manju) are childhood friends and their families too are fond of each other. Karthik’s father Ramachandran (Kota Srinivasa Rao) is a widower and he dotes on his only son. Even though Karthik and Anitha are inseparable in college, they’re often at loggerheads with each other but Anitha realises that she’s in love with Karthik only after her wedding is fixed with another man (Abhinay).
(Acted by karthi)When the materialistic businessman, Gopikrishna, is diagnosed with a life-threatening disease, he decides to take a 30 days trip with his son, Karthik, who also has a materialistic approach to life. Along the way, they meet various people who give them a fresh perspective on life, while Gopikrishna tries to hide the fact of his impending death from his son.
In a bustling office in Mumbai, Kartik Krishnan sits behind his desk coding HTML websites when he chances upon a blog on cinema featuring Independent filmmakers. This sparks his intentions to make his own short film, thus leading him to contact Srinivas Sunderrajan, an independent filmmaker who agrees to guide him through the process. As he begins piecing the story, cast and screenplay together, several inexplicable phenomena start emerging in his life including a sinister stalker dressed in official government clothing; and the sudden appearance of a strange future-telling antique toy. Troubled with these bizarre developments and the unresolved feelings that he harbours for Swara, his office colleague, Kartik embarks on an extraordinary journey that transcends love, life and logic itself.