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The ‘90s wouldn’t be the same without Ishq: a film with monkey James Bonds, treacherous pipes and twisted statues.
Dance in Tamil cinema goes through drastic changes with every passing year. But every era churned out some icons with incredible moves. And the late 90s and early 2000s belong to the grace and swift moves of Simran. The fact that we still reminisce about her moves despite having contemporary dancing stars like Tamannaah is a testament in itself to Simran's graceful dance.
A Supervillain for a Superstar: The best villains who have faced off with Rajinikanth over the years
It is often said about cinema that it is tough for a hero to stand out if not for a good villain. It gets even tougher when a supervillain needs to be envisaged for a superhero. And as recent Tamil films have shown, it is toughest to fashion out a strong villain for a demi-god of a hero, and in Tamil cinema, it doesn't get bigger than Rajinikanth.
2019 turned out to be a great year for actors, both male and female. They took on roles that challenged them and improved themselves in the process. While most of the male actors in the list played characters with various shortcomings, the female actors played women who had to bear the brunt of the men's actions. We also got a dominating 'mass' hero and a couple of delightful comic performances too.
Here are the full list of winners from the Emmy Awards
India celebrates September 15 as National Engineers’ Day to appreciate the contributions of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. A Bharat Ratna awardee, Visvesvaraya had designed and patented automatic water floodgates, and was a renowned precursor of economic planning in India.
There is a template of films that seems to work not just in India but across the world. From John Wick to Shooter, Hollywood has its share of films with heroes who have had a different life and leaves it behind. But the situation arises for them to embrace their old self as the past comes haunting them. Here are some Tamil examples:
From heist film anti-heroes to a Mughal king, Hrithik Roshan has juggled a variety of roles. He’s been subtle with some, likably cool and overblown with others.
In a hero-driven industry like Tollywood, stars, with their huge fan-following, can easily influence the overall revenue of the film. Amid all this box-office craze and demigod-worship, only a few filmmakers wield the power to rule over the charisma of their leading men, and take the audience into their own world.
An actor who started out playing negative characters and later excelled in action hero roles, Suresh Gopi gradually proved that he is equally comfortable in comedies and arthouse films. We look at eight roles that demonstrated his remarkable range.
The teaser was launched by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan
Jayam Ravi-starrer Vanamagan is releasing tomorrow, and the trailer has made it apparent that the actor is playing the role of a tribal man who finds himself trying to come to grips with life in a city. The scenes show that the character is bamboozled by technology. The story of a man from the jungle who tries to get used to life in a city to comical effect... Tarzan anyone? Or George of the Jungle perhaps?
This isn't the first time that a fictional pop figure has inspired a Tamil film director. Here are some of the other Western characters that have seemingly influenced the making of our films:
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