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With the quarantine pushing several filmmakers to opt for digital releases, here are some long-delayed films that we would to love to catch on streaming platforms.
A funny poster celebrating the 10 years of Tamizh Padam was shared by the film's producer Sashikanth
Sense of a Scene: Laughter on the dance floor- CS Amudhan talks about the Shiva's dance sequence in Thamizh Padam
In this week 's column, director CS Amudhan talks about the hilarious dance sequence of Shiva in Thamizh Padam
The cheekiness in writing is, unfortunately, let down by the film's unnecessary attempts to subvert cliches, which prove detrimental to the overall narrative
This weekly column brings to you a promising assistant director, and their aspirations and this week it is Sundar Vasu, assistant director of CS Amudhan, Lakshman, and Rajesh
She plays an assistant commissioner of police in director Salangai Durai's upcoming thriller, titled EPCo302.
The filmmaker, who's second film starring his long-time associate Santhanam is releasing tomorrow, opens about his film, Lollu Sabha and more.
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 singer-voice artist's ouster from the dubbing union, following her participation in the Me Too movement, has met with shocking silence from the Tamil film fraternity
Celebrities weigh in on the censorship of Sarkar that's taken place after release, following politically motivated protests
The latest developments came in at midnight after a day full of protests against the Vijay-starrer
The actor is back with the Tamizh Padam team for its sequel that has been spoken about a lot
The composer opens about his recent release, Tamizh Padam 2 and the experience of working again with the team of Tamizh Padam
An interview with the actor who has won praise for her role in the recently released Tamizh Padam 2
This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about the gender reversal song, Eva da unna petha, from Tamizh Padam 2
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Once theatres reopen, how soon will you get to the theatres?
|Duh! I am already at the theatre|
|Two weeks. Corona and cinemas need quarantine|
|Month - Better safe than sorry|
|Two months - Precaution never infected anyone|
|What theatres? I am OTT label|