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Velaikkaran has many positive things going its way starting from the makers' marketing strategy to its music and motion poster receiving a positive response
The period drama is Chiranjeevi's 151st film and has a star-studded cast
The actress made her debut with last week's release, Annadurai
He will be seen as the husband of a cop, played by Nayanthara, in the film that also stars Atharvaa, Rashi Kanna and Anurag Kashyap
This weekly column brings to you a promising assistant director, and their aspirations and this week it is the assistant director of Arun Vaidyanathan, Dheepa Ramanujam
Ramachandran gave a stellar performance in the recently released Aramm
It's taken months for the director to reflect on the debacle that was Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan; in this exclusive conversation, he opens up on the film's failure and future plans
The Balakrishna-starrer will have a grand audio launch on December 23 in Amaravati
The Kaala director had recently tweeted about the film and had left out the director's name from the message
The film, based on the life of India’s first freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy and starring Chiranjeevi, will go on the floors in the first week of December
Director Gopi confirms that a sequel to the Nayanthara-starrer will happen, and might possibly go on the floors next year
The film directed by Gopi Nainar shows admirable resistance to exaggerating for effect.
With Nayanthara's Aramm releasing tomorrow, we take a look at why the sobriquet of 'Female Superstar' fits well for the actor
The debutant director, who is also known as Minjur Gopi, is making his directorial debut with Nayantara-starrer, Aramm
The film, directed by Gopi Nainar tells the story of reformation a collector brings to a village following problems revolving around agriculture, water scarcity and more.
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