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No cinema for children

On the occasion of Children's day, here's a look at how Tamil cinema has fared in making films for children, and writing roles for kids, over the years

Published on 13th November 2018

Releasing Kalavani Mappillai with Sarkar is a positive thing: Director Gandhi Manivasagam

Gandhi, son of late director Manivasagam talks about his festival release

Published on 4th November 2018

Audiences seem to be more accepting of heroine-oriented films now: Devayani

The Kadhal Kottai actor will have her second release in the span of three weeks with Kalavani Mappillai, her film that also stars Dinesh, Aditi Menon, Anandraj and others, releasing on Deepavali

Published on 2nd November 2018

Attu-fame Rishi Rithvik's next titled Marijuana

Also starring Asha Parthalom, the film has cinematography by Bala Rosaiah, assistant to cinematographer-actor Natty, while the music is by another debutant Karthick Guru

Published on 23rd October 2018

Ezhumin Reivew: A passable blend of Karate Kid and Raja Chinna Roja

A near-decent children's sports drama saved by the performance of Vivekh 

Published on 18th October 2018

'We need more films that are made exclusively for children'

...says Ezhumin director VP Viji, who is making his debut with the Vivekh-Devayani starrer about martial arts and children

Published on 16th October 2018

Anirudh sings for Vivekh's Ezhumin 

The audio launch of Ezhumin is scheduled to happen on August 23

Published on 13th August 2018

Dhanush sings for Vivekh's Ezhumin

Ezhuda Ezhuda will be an emotional song which appears at a crucial moment in the film

Published on 29th July 2018

Karate kids

Ezhumin, a film starring Vivekh and a returning Devayani, is a sports film targeted at youngsters

Published on 6th March 2018

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