Rocket Raja (Karthi) is a small time thief who is talented enough to steal anything he comes across. In the company of Kaatupoochi (Santhanam), he enjoys life to its extent and even falls for the charm of a beautiful girl (Tamannaah). However, his life changes forever when a small girl comes to Raja calling him dad. As Raja finds out the girl's past, a flashback reveals that she is the daughter of an honest cop Rathanavel Pandian (Karthi), who is a nightmare to baddies. However, Pandian is now is on the run because his enemies are behind him and his daughter. Eventually, the villains find the whereabouts of Pandian and finishes him off. So steps in Rocket Raja (with the help of Pandian's colleagues who are behind the girl reaching him) into his shoes and finishes the unfinished work of Pandian. He also takes care of his daughter. A roller-coaster ride of fun, joy, camaraderie and romance is what 'Siruthai' is eventually.
The story is set in Kurnool village area in Andhra Pradesh. Ratnavel Pandian is a tough policeman who cleans up the village, which is virtually ruled by the powerful goons under Bavuji and his son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stacey O (kr) wrote: Not bad little film. However, plays to a very niche market. For lovers of cricket only.
Jonathan B (br) wrote: Emma Stone plays Skeeter, a young, aspiring author from Mississippi in the early 1960s. She decides to collect the stories from the various African Amrerican servants that work for her neighbours. Initially viewed with suspicion and scepticism, Skeeter gradually gains the trust and respect of the women she is interviewing and it soon becomes clear that this project, the first time these domestic servants have been given a voice, has an important role in the growing civil rights movement. The film is simply brilliant with fantastic central performances from Stone, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer. These three are a real delight to watch and it is great to have a cast made up of so many strong, female characters. The film manages to tread a delicate line between a whole spectrum of emotions. It is touching, horrifying and in places extremely funny. Writer-director Tate Taylor shows a rare skill in her handling of some very diverse themes. As well as the three central characters, there are some great supporting performances from the likes of Bryce Dallas Howard and Sissy Spacek. I really enjoyed the journey of the characters and felt very moved by some of the scenes. The casual racism suffered by these woman is shocking to the modern audience but the dignity, strength and above all humour of these characters really shines through. I found The Help to be a very enjoyable movie indeed.
Eduardo B (es) wrote: Interesting documentary that looks into racism in a small town in Mississippi where Morgan Freeman attempts to integrate a high school prom. Although Charleston High has been integrated for some years, separate proms have been held out of tradition and/or fear. Watch students, parents, and school staff share thoughts and experiences as the first integrated prom in town approaches.
Micah U (us) wrote: Not bad. Not magical. Real, and at the same time unrelatable. A good sense of humor with an uninvited melancholy. An unexpected predictability.
Jason B (ca) wrote: oh, beware! You will see some "throating" for REAL!
John H (kr) wrote: The BEST movie I saw in 2006 and the best DVD I bought in 2007! Got get your copy today or message me and we'll watch it together!
Skyler B (ag) wrote: I don't know why I've seen this movie, but I have. Its not as terrible as one might think. No, scratch that. Its exactly as terrible as one might think.
Garland H (us) wrote: really strange stuff...tried a little too hard to be cerebral. Overall an enjoyable and trippy experience.
Bass 9 (ru) wrote: Only suburbia can bring so much chaos.