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Ileana D’Cruz: On the comeback trail

In a candid chat, the actor talks about her return story, relationship status and career choices

Published on 12th November 2018

Vijay hints at political entry during Sarkar's audio launch 

Refuting rumours that he plays a chief minister in Sarkar, the actor, however, said that if given an opportunity to head the state, he would try to eliminate corruption first

Published on 3rd October 2018

Bobby Simha: It’s time for me to hit the refresh button

The actor talks about last week’s release, Saamy Square, and what could well be his last villain role

Published on 24th September 2018

Seemaraja Review: A dull, frustrating rural drama replete with overused ideas

This 150-minute-long film makes for a frustrating experience, and not even the hyped period portions that show Sivakarthikeyan channeling his inner Baahubali, give a breather

Published on 13th September 2018

Ms. Representation: Of purity and potency

The writer talks about the recently released Telugu film C/o Kancharapalem, and its central conceit of how women need to be 'pure' irrespective of age, and men have to be 'men'

Published on 11th September 2018

Ms. Representation: A trope reversal

The writer recalls the fridging trope and how it has been reversed in three famous revenge thrillers with women as leads

Published on 4th September 2018

The Nayanthara phenomenon

The writer talks about Nayanthara's character, Kokila, in Co Co (Kolamaavu Kokila)

Published on 28th August 2018

Lakshmi Review: Gets most of its moves right

Ditya Bhande and Prabhudheva shine in this predictable underdog story

Published on 24th August 2018

Eva Longoria joins Dora the Explorer

She is expected to play the mother of the titular character essayed by Isabela Moner in the live-action feature. 

Published on 21st August 2018

Vivek-Mervin: None the worse after Mohini

The composer duo were behind the music of the Trisha starrer

Published on 31st July 2018

Sex, crime and cinema

Under the glitz and glamour of celluloid, away from the romance, spotlights and exotic locales, lies a world of sleaze, corruption and blackmail.

Published on 28th July 2018

Koode review: A profoundly moving ode to the beauty of life

This is, without a doubt, Anjali Menon's best work yet; the sort of film that makes you pay attention to each and every little thing around you

Published on 14th July 2018

Koode is nothing like Bangalore Days: Anjali Menon

The director talks to us about her new film Koode, her working method, and why she dislikes the "female filmmaker" tag

Published on 11th July 2018

Viewfinder: Why Thamizh Padam is necessary

The writer talks about how important parodies are in a culture that worships heroes 

Published on 1st July 2018

Maradona is a feel-good film : Director Vishnu Narayan

The debutant director discusses Maradona, Tovino Thomas' casting and the benefits of working with an immensely supportive production company

Published on 12th June 2018

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