A Sinhala movies
Vijay (Arjun) is a hitman who works for Sundaramoorthy (Radha Ravi). He kills anybody for a price, other than women and children and he lives alone in an apartment. Pooja (Pooja), a young girl, studies in a boarding school and comes to her father's house for the holiday. Between her abusive father, selfish stepmother and an arrogant step-aunt, Pooja feels rather badly but she treasures her lovely little brother Dinesh (Mahanadi Dinesh). Pooja tries to befriend with Vijay but Vijay is not interested. Her father is a drug smuggler. One day, a corrupt police officer Jayanth (Raghuvaran) kills Pooja's family including her brother. Vijay decides to accommodate Pooja and Pooja compels him to teach her his skills as a hitman. What transpires later forms the crux of the story.
An intelligence bureau officer Suriyan (Sarathkumar) is falsely implicated in the murder of a top politician. He escapes from the pursuing Police and lands in the quaint mountain town of Top Slip. Here, he passes off as a nomad and begins working as a daily wages labourer. However, he comes across some suspicious activities and is also forced into marriage. Suddenly, Suriyan's past comes back to haunt his present and everything goes haywire.
There are distinct advantages to watching a Tamil film like SS Moviemakers's Suriyan Satta Kalloori (Suriyan law College), directed by Pawan, with its ridiculously simple theme, one-dimensional characters and clichéd performances. The cast and crew leave you in no doubt about what to expect. It's been quite some time since you saw what was once a staple of Tamil cinema: college life, where students rarely attended classes, fall in love and live happily ever after. Well, this movie tries to take itself seriously, which is why it is set against the Government Law College. With its history of caste differences and violence, it is the perfect backdrop for our hero, Surya Narayanan (newcomer Kajni).
Totsapark (Paul Visut Carey), a young man died instantly after a car crash accident while he was driving to see his girlfriend, the day he died was on the same time the eclipse was descended. Dr. Pun, who has the knowledge of incarnation, awakes Totsapark's spirit from the death as he wants to use the spirit to be a killer weapon. Totsapark is resurrected as a terrible zombie, he's pursuing Jiratikan (Ornjira Lamwilai) who was his girlfriend when he was alive. When Jiratikan trying to escape from her zombie lover, Wut (Sittiporn Niyom) gives a hand to help her and finds out the truth behind the cause of the living dead.
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