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Avinash Ramachandran

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Understanding cinema, one film at a time

Dil Bechara Movie Review: A near-perfect send off to Sushant Singh Rajput, a star who dared to dream

Dil Bechara is essentially a doomed love story held together by effervescent performances, especially by Sushant Singh and Sanjana Sanghi, and AR Rahman’s dreamy soundtrack

25 Jul 2020

Fear City: New York vs The Mafia Review: An effective, even if rushed retelling, of an important battle

Fear City is an effective retelling of a successful endeavour of a group of people who rescued democracy from the throes of anarchy

24 Jul 2020

Dil Bechara album: AR Rahman guides us on a warm journey about love, loss and longing

The writer takes a journey with Sushant's Manny and Sanjana's Kizie, accompanied by Dil Bechara songs, one of those uncharacteristically instant earworm albums from AR Rahman 

12 Jul 2020

Remembering K Balachander: Khushbu reminisces about the gutsy visionary

In this series dedicated to veteran filmmaker K Balachander to celebrate his 90th birthday anniversary, it is the turn of actor Khushbu Sundar to talk about her Jathi Malli director

13 Jul 2020

Undekhi Web series Review: Competent performances power this thriller about ever-changing morals

Undekhi, driven by impressive performances and earnest writing, is a worthy addition to the growing number of Indian thrillers thriving in the OTT space

10 Jul 2020

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is my role model: Producer-turned-actor V Mathiyalagan

Apart from his upcoming production, Boxer, Mathiyalagan has also signed a few other projects including a pivotal role in a Sathyaraj film

24 Jun 2020

When the curtains fall: It's 'Subham' for the iconic theatre AVM Rajeswari

AVM Rajeswari weathered imported popcorns, donuts and beverages in other theatres by selling wheel chips, flaky puffs and cone ice-creams that were reminiscent of an era long gone

22 Jun 2020

The Sight and Sound Story

With OTT content being all the rage now, we speak with audio expert, Dolby, on the part it’s playing to improve the quality of home entertainment

22 Jun 2020

Spelling the Dream Documentary Review: A charming spell

This charming yet grounding Netflix documentary about the dominance of Indian Americans in the nation-wide Spelling Bees is an attempt to understand the why

19 Jun 2020

Fifty Shades of Khaki - Ruminations on Visaranai and Action Hero Biju

The writer ruminates on Visaranai and compares it with Nivin Pauly's Action Hero Biju to talk about the cinemagoer's response to onscreen representation of police excesses and institutional violence

15 Jun 2020

Axone Movie Review: Biting social commentary done tastefully

Brilliant performances and affecting storytelling neatly packaged into an earnest film about normalisation of racism, violence, and misogyny

15 Jun 2020

The Lovebirds Movie Review: Needed more wind beneath its wings

Despite Rae and Nanjiani making the most of what they are given in The Lovebirds, the situations are all too generic

09 Jun 2020

The Wrong Missy Movie Review - A brilliant Laura Lupkus just about salvages a mediocre comedy

The Wrong Missy fails to elicit more than a cursory laugh, and it is only Lupkus who manages to keep us amused

09 Jun 2020

'Our films will make the world see why Africa is special'

...says The Delivery Boy's director Adekunle Nodash Adejuyigbe, as he and lead actor Jammal Ibrahim, talk to us about the impact of the award-winning film, currently streaming on Netflix

07 Jun 2020

Chintu ka Birthday Movie Review: Powerful performances carry a warm tale of hope, loss, and belonging

Although the central conceit of looking at war and violence through the eyes of a child might remind you of Jojo Rabbit, Chintu ka Birthday has a strong sense of uniqueness

05 Jun 2020

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