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Sudhir Srinivasan

Viewfinder: India's jewels

The writer muses about the rather amusing trend of labelling films as the first of their kind in the country

04 Jun 2018

Bleeding Steel Review: A nonsensical sci-fi film riddled with fundamental issues

A scifi action film that you’ll likely enjoy, after you take the journey from curiosity to annoyance to resignation to amusement

02 Jun 2018

Sema Review: A comedy that’s largely offensive, occasionally funny

The title is more a qualifier of the horrible ideas the film peddles than its humour

25 May 2018

Kaalakkoothu Review: Good performances in a predictable film with an oft-told message

Yet another story of friendship and love that falls short

25 May 2018

Arvind Swami: I’ve had ringside seats to watch elite filmmakers in action

The actor discusses his latest release, Bhaskar Oru Rascal, and shares the secret behind his swag, in what he considers his second innings in Tamil cinema

24 May 2018

‘Enga Veetu Mapillai was a risk, but it has paid off’

…says Arya, as he opens up about his polarising TV stint, and his upcoming film work, including Ameer’s next

22 May 2018

Viewfinder: The big, bilingual scam

The writer talks about the worrying trend of mere dubbed films being promoted as bilinguals

20 May 2018

Kaali Review: Some strange writing in a film that tests your patience 

An NRI doctor's hunt for his past leads to a rather bizarre film

18 May 2018

Bhaskar Oru Rascal Review: Arvind Swami and the jokes almost make this remake work

The film’s strength is the largely innocent brand of humour it peddles

21 May 2018

Nadigaiyar Thilagam Review: A well-made biopic that’s in love with its subject

A perfect and poetic portrayal of Savitri, sans the unnecessary track of Samantha 

11 May 2018

What our villains can learn from Thanos

The writer lists the qualities that Kollywood villains can take a cue from The Avengers supervillain

07 May 2018

Iruttu Arayil Murattu Kuththu Review: An uninventive adult comedy that mistakes sex references for humour

The film is clearly targeted at the vast majority of our youngsters who have been raised in prudish environments that discourage any public conversation about sex

04 May 2018

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