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A shallow moralistic film that uses Ajith as lipservice in the form of tees and punch dialogues and doesn't delve into how his behaviour influences his fans
This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about the characters portrayed by Aishwarya Rajesh and Andrea Jeremiah in Vada Chennai
The female leads of the film will be played by Anandhi and RX 100-fame Payal Rajput
This old-fashioned coming-of-age film, about a career-minded narcissist realising the value of relationships, stays faithful to the original for the most part
Udhayanidhi also has an untitled romcom directed by newcomer Enoc, co-starring Priya Bhavani Shankar and Indhuja, in the pipeline
This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about Pyaar Prema Kaadhal and its realistic female lead
The writer is a former journalist who has worked in the film industry for several years and is passionate about movies, music and everything related to entertainment
The actor who played the lead in last week’s release, Pyaar Prema Kaadhal, opens up about the film and her foray into acting
A film that comfortably joins the list of Kollywood's best musicals
The actor talks about his upcoming film, Pyaar Prema Kaadhal, that’s produced by Yuvan Shankar Raja
The film stars Prakash Raj and Vikram Prabhu in the lead.
The latest update is that the film's female lead, Megha Akash has lent her own voice for the character.
Recently, many news websites cited that the film had been dropped due to creative differences between the director and producer
The actor, whose first film as lead, Mercury, has opened to generally positive reviews, talks about her choice of films
The filmmaker has also added that the Tamil version of the film won't be released in Tamil Nadu until the strike is over
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