A veteran lawyer must defend a man in what promises to be the most dramatic trial of his career.
Vamsi Krishna suffers from ADHD and therefore suffers miserably at school life. Due to his lack of performance in class and deviltry issues, he is constantly nagged by his parents. His studding mother Pooja spends time over his betterment but couldn’t comply with the difficulties of coping with a ADHD child since she has no clue what Bunny aka. Vamsi was going through. One fine day, parents decide to send him to boarding, thinking this to be the only viable option available for his improvement. And that’s where Bunny starts getting abnormal and starts getting connected to Diya. Who is Diya? Why did Parents consult a Psychiatrist Geetha? What happens next forms the rest of the story line.
Zagreb, Yugoslavia in 1890. A group of high-school students run away on an adventure that ends in scandal. The ringleader, Gusta, is expelled from school and sent to stay with his uncle in rural Turopolje. Here, a totally new world opens up to him, where the internal tragedies of the people are played out against the castle of Brezovica and a small town of wooden-framed houses. People end up in this idyllic exile because of some previous "sin" and try then to make the best of their lives there. But memories of the outside world impinge on their happiness.
Two teen stories in one movie. "Dear Partyline" tells the story of Badong who falls in love with a girl in a Coke commercial who happens to be the other half of their telephone party line. "Dear Killer" tells the story of Lenny and the mysterious disappearance of a girl who was considered the school's best Soprano singer.
A businessman (Prathapachandran) gets murdered by his driver. His daughter Rekha (Urvashi) is married to Vinod (Suresh Gopi) who is more interested in taking over the business than taking care of his wife. Rekha's erstwhile boyfriend Ajith (Jayaram) who's now in the army is more sympathetic to her, but Vinod gets suspicious about their relationship.
The niece of a wealthy land developer stalks a married man and may also be trying to kill his actress wife.
A police officer hunts down a vicious psycho / serial killer.
A woman recently returned to work is contacted by her former husband who has been in a mental institution. She is torn between her still strong desire for him, and her fear, which comes from events in their past. She cannot control his intrusion into both her current life and her second marriage, and tragedy ensues.
A popular radio personality writes and broadcasts ghost stories over the air. He receives a strange call warning him not to finish his latest story, which is about a child who dies assisting in a magician's show.
The patriarch of a bickering family announces his retirement, stirring competition about who will succeed him as a leading practitioner of Noh theater, his granddaughter or grandson.
Aspiring young novelist Tony Zonis (Alexis Denisof) wants to write the next great suspense thriller, so he decides to study the work of master crime writer, Willard Hope (Christopher Lee). Together, they pick through random newspaper stories, looking for the unusual event that will make a good thriller. What they find is murder. A government cover-up... an international scandal... and the bodies are just beginning to fall into place. Now Tony isn't just writing the next best-seller... he's writing his own obituary.
A successful man, a television presenter is living his dignified and comfortable life. And then, one night in the parking lot he gets beaten up. He does not know who attacked him, does not know why he was attacked. When a few days later he experiences another attack, his life begins to change: friends are suspicious, he gets a promotion, his girlfriend doubt his sanity ... lost, he wanders through the dark streets at night and searching for the assailants. On one such night, and I suddenly raises his hand to the unknown man...
Yūsaku Matsuda plays the part of a private detective in this modern day "who dunnit" mystery, full of suspense, thrills, and chills
Krista (Shannon Lark) leaves her boyfriend behind and drives to a rundown desert motel to await the arrival of her sister Maddy (Elissa Dowling). Broken and abused, Krista downs prescription pills and cheap vodka to forget her troubled past. As she sits alone in the motel room, her grip on reality lessens until neither Krista nor the viewer can tell what's real and what's not.