Sivi is a 2007 Tamil horror film directed by K. R. Senthil Nathan and starring Yogi, Jayashri Rao and Anuja Iyer, directed by K. R. Senthil Nathan. A remake of the 2004 Thai-thriller, Shutter, Sivi opened in September 2007 to positive reviews. t begins when Krishna (Yogi) a young photographer and his girlfriend Sona (Jayashri Rao) accidentally run down a young woman on their drive home after a night's party on a deserted stretch of East Coast Road, near Chennai. They decide to leave the dead body and drive away. Later Krishna discovers something strange when he finds a mysterious shadow that appears on the pictures he takes with his camera. Ever since the accident, Krishna has been experiencing shoulder and neck pains.
A son sets out to look for the man responsible for his father's disappearance, which is connected to a stolen diamond. Eventually, he steals the villain's diamond and also runs away with his sister.
Thiruthani Movie story is about a youth who is very selfish and self centered.
The brother of a rich landlord falls in love with a lower caste girl but his haughty sister-in-law murders him. The girl, who is pregnant with his child, is made an outcast and dies during childbirth only to return as a ghost and haunt the village.
Bio-technologist Govind K Somaiyya sets about on a precarious journey to India to retrieve a vial containing a deadly virus and prevent it from reaching the wrong hands of an ex-CIA agent and deadly assassins.
The story centers on six youngsters, who experience the downfalls of teenage life. The film conveys a message about the importance of a good education and career over other distractions, such as romance and sex.
Ottran (Tamil: ஒற்றன், English: A Spy) is a 2003 Tamil film starring Arjun Sarja, Simran, Manorama, Vadivelu, Tejashree, Sarath Babu and directed by Ilankannan. The score and soundtrack was composed by Pravin Mani.
Shiva, the ageing business tycoon, bound to his wheelchair, sharing a strong bonding with his son Vishnu. Indulgent, while Vishnu whiles away his time with his cronies taking life easy. But then suddenly Vishnu starts behaving out of character, his drunken bouts and acts causing the father much shame and embarrassment. And when Vishnu professes to remember nothing of what he had done, the father takes him to a psychiatrist.
A man unravels the mysteries of his past and his upbringing while settling a village feud.