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Sudhir Srinivasan

Aan Devathai Review: An interesting premise that deserved more nuanced treatment

The story is fascinating, but it needed to be written by someone who could resist the temptation to vilify the career-oriented woman

12 Oct 2018

NOTA Review: This coming-of-age story doesn’t live up to its early promise

Arjun Reddy star, Vijay Deverakonda, can only do so much to elevate this film which is overburdened by all its subplots

06 Oct 2018

96 Review: A beautiful idea, an efficient film

Our version of Before Sunset, and with a splendid score to boot

05 Oct 2018

Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Review: An in-form Mani Ratnam hits this gangster film out of the park

A heady cocktail of strong performances, inventive stunt choreography, and explosive music

27 Sep 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

27 Sep 2018

Saamy Square Review: Saamy’s problems squared

A lazily written sequel that fails to capitalise on the charms of the original

21 Sep 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

13 Sep 2018

Samantha Akkineni: Not having a film with a star doesn't rankle me anymore

The actor hopes to build on her rich vein of success with this week’s Telugu-Tamil bilingual, U Turn, the remake of the eponymous Kannada original

11 Sep 2018

Vanjagar Ulagam Review: A thriller that doesn’t ever take off

It’s a film buried under the rubble of limitless dialogue, and they don’t always serve to help the story progress

07 Sep 2018

Imaikkaa Nodigal Review: A strong cast packs a punch in this largely enjoyable thriller

The film pays attention to crucial details in a story that’s shuffled about a bit for intrigue value

31 Aug 2018

Viewfinder: The affecting lightness of 96’s music

The author writes about the music album of the Vijay Sethupathi-Trisha starrer that was released last Thursday

26 Aug 2018

Kolamavu Kokila Review: An inconsistent, problematic dark comedy

The film’s inefficient digressions into comedy are a big problem

17 Aug 2018

Viewfinder: Revisiting Parasakthi, the film that changed everything

The writer reminisces about Kalaignar Karunanidhi's tour de force, Parasakthi, and its continuing impact 66 years since the release 

12 Aug 2018

Andrea Jeremiah: I've never done the role of a typical heroine 

The actor talks about not being typecast in the Tamil industry, training for stunts in Vishwaroopam 2, and learning from Kamal Haasan

09 Aug 2018

Ghajinikanth review: Despite some laughs, not a particularly charming remake

While it remains quite faithful to the original, the film has some issues, such as a cursory love angle and punch-down humour

03 Aug 2018

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