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Harish Kalyan is disappointed that Dharala Prabhu could only run for three days in theatre due to coronavirus pandemic but he says “sometimes things go against our expectations”
Yaarukkum Anjael, which is currently in the post-production stage, revolves around two female characters played by Bindu Madhavi and Bengali actor Darshana Banik
The actor talks about his upcoming film Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale, his love for the mainstream, and why he will play it safe here after
The producer, who backed films like Paradesi, Thanga Meenkal and Kuttram Kadithal, talks about how he is focusing on his acting career
A good chunk of the young Tamil population is exposed to YouTube channels these days, and this has led to a surge of content makers and actors making their way to the big screen.
Despite widespread speculation that the remake has been titled Dharala Prabhu, a source close to the unit has confirmed that the makers have not zeroed in on a title yet
The Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum actor talks about the challenges she faced while dubbing for herself in the film, her opinion on Harish Kalyan's acting, and more
An uninteresting film that romanticises stalking
The young actor, whose IRIR is in theatres, talks about the film and his choice of films
IRIR isn’t afraid to get its hands dirty; it’s a film that means well, and that isn’t scared to show its men for the obnoxious people they are
Directed by debutant Barath Neelakantan, the film stars Arulnithi and Shraddha Srinath in the lead
The trailer of Ranjit Jeyakodi's film clearly fleshes out the clear differences in the personas of the lead actors, Harish Kalyan and Shilpa Manjunath
The actor, whose singing videos on social media receive a lot of appreciation, has sung Yei Kadavule, which also features a special monologue by Vijay Sethupathi
Titled Kannama, the song is touted to be a peppy romantic number
Explaining the quirky title, director Ranjit says, "Ispade Raja is Chennai lingo for the King of Spades, and Idhaya Rani is the Queen of Hearts"
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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|