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To Kamal Haasan, on his birthday, with love, from Team Cinema Express 

From Varumaiyin Niram Sivappu to Uttama Villain, we write about our favourite cinematic moments from the filmmaker-turned-politician's illustrious career 

Published on 7th November 2018

Billa Paandi Review: A toxic cliche ride masquerading as an Ajith tribute

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

Published on 6th November 2018

Sarkar First Impressions: A superficial political campaign that worships Vijay, the star

This AR Murugadoss film feels like a terribly long campaign that is only interspersed with songs and fight sequences

Published on 6th November 2018

Neeraj Madhav to star in Rajeeshlal Vamsha’s debut directorial, Ka

The first-time director shares that the film revolves around five friends from a colony who go about their daily lives when a shocking incident disrupts everything

Published on 30th October 2018

Siddharth’s next to be a rural family drama

The actor's next film will be a rural dramedy directed by debutant Maria, an erstwhile associate of director Balaji Tharaneetharan

Published on 30th October 2018

Tanya Ravichandran on board for Sibiraj’s Maayon

The actor made her debut with Sasikumar’s Bale Vellaiyatheva and later appeared in Radha Mohan’s Brindavanam

Published on 29th October 2018

Genius Review: A problematic moral science lesson masquerading as a message film

A film that does more harm than good to the issue it tries to tackle

Published on 26th October 2018

Ayngaran, the socially-conscientious engineer

The film stars GV Prakash and Mahima Nambiar in the lead roles 

Published on 23rd October 2018

Raveena Ravi's next is Kavalthurai Ungal Nanban 

The dubbing artist-turned-actor is currently dubbing for several projects including the Rajinikanth-starrer 2.0, Bala's Varma, the Jayam Ravi-starrer Adanga Maru, and the horror film Neeya 2 

Published on 23rd October 2018

Ms. Representation: Swear by women

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

Published on 23rd October 2018
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I am not a good director: Vetri Maaran

The filmmaker talks to us about his filmography, finding his films on the edit table, and making Vada Chennai

Published on 22nd October 2018

Vishnu Vishal on board for Indru Nettru Naalai 2

This will the actor's second sequel following Mundasupatti 2

Published on 21st October 2018

Namaste England review: An exasperating cliché-fest

 A superficial film and an unsavoury rehash of old-school sentiments

Published on 19th October 2018

Vada Chennai Review: A gritty, even if rushed, gangster drama with unforgettable stretches 

It is tempting to think of Vada Chennai as being Vetri Maaran’s Kaala. The passion in the voice may not be as all-consuming, but there’s more colour in characters, more grit in the setting

Published on 17th October 2018

First impressions of Vada Chennai: A gritty peek into a fascinating world

A quick mini spoiler-free review of the Dhanush-starrer 

Published on 17th October 2018

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