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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 subtexts are painfully brilliant in a film that doesnt paint the world black and white
A film that gets its basics spot on. Had it not been for the dreadful execution, it may well have left a lasting impact.
Poor writing, the simplistic drawing up of purportedly powerful characters, and subpar direction relegate The Answer to highly ordinary territory
The film not only takes aim at political parties but also mocks our Kollywood tradition of overnight transformations and unbelievable action sequences
The actor talks about playing Yogi Paramahansa Yogananda in The Answer and Bollywood's dominance over Indian culture.
Lenin Bharathi's poignant directorial debut steers clear of genre cliches
The film raises a lot of questions such as: Are social networking sites a potent weapon? Are they destroying human values?
The actor will play the role of an expelled spy in the series
Friedrich Deininger, Senior Director – Sales, Cinema, and Ashim Mathur, Senior Director – Marketing, talk to us about how Atmos technology has proved to be a gamechanger for Dolby Laboraties
Ahead of the release of Vishwaroopam II, actor-director Kamal Haasan fields questions about the franchise that he admits is rooted in Hollywoodian ideology
The documentary director talks about her foray into the feature film space and her debut film, Mangalyam Thanthunanena
Art Director Joseph Nellickal discusses his experiences working on the films Runway, Robin Hood, Anwar, Lion, and Naran
The character started out as one of the series' villains, but has evolved into one of the fan favourites in the fantasy series
The director talks about her latest film, Raazi, which has joined the 100-crore club
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Should cinema comment on politics?
|Yes, there should be no restrictions|
|No, politics shouldn't be mixed with cinema|