Aspiring to become the state's next Chief Minister, Education Minister Aalavandhar conspires with his corrupt son-in-laws, Ilamaran and Sathya, to do away with the opposition and enable an uncontested election. He then decides to allocate land to a soft-drink company but faces opposition from his idealistic son, Muthazhagu, who belongs to the youth wing of his own political party. The latter, with the help of the courts, is able to overturn the land allocation but ends up alienating his entire family against him. Sathya and Ilamaran then conspire against Muthazhagu, and create challenges and obstacles for him in order to compel him to leave politics. When they find out that he is adamant and even willing to contest the elections against his father - they decide to do away with him - once and for all.
A group of ex-students meet during a reunion and include ex-lovers,friends and foes... then an attempt to murder one of the members reveals failed love stories and other interesting aspects of college life and how all that leads to the attempt on life
Coming of age. Venkatesh is 18, illiterate; he cleans hotel rooms in Panjim, Goa, and sells plastic bags on the street with his 10-year-old partner, Jhangir, an enterprising orphan. He's fascinated by the swimming pool on a vacant estate, and when the owner shows up from Bombay with his teen daughter, Venkatesh watches them from a tree and follows the girl when she's out. He and Jhangir start a friendship with her. The father and daughter are at odds, hardly speaking; tragedy is in their past. Venkatesh helps the father in the garden; short, odd conversations evolve into a gruff offering of a job and schooling in Bombay. What will Venkatesh do with this opportunity?