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Social media was abuzz with the news of actor-politician Kamal Haasan being asked to quarantine himself by the Corporation of Chennai.
He also mentioned that he has plans to make the doctors associated with his party Makkal Needhi Maiam treat the patients in the facility once the government gives him an official clearance
With the last decade turning out to be a groundbreaking one for the Tamil film industry in various aspects, let's look at what we can expect from Kollywood in 2020
The team has decided to remove the scene after certain sections of the audience expressed their displeasure over the scene in the trailer
Jayam Ravi plays a patient who wakes up from a 20-year coma in 2016, and when shown Rajinikanth announcing his political entry, Ravi, in jest, exclaims that he is still in 1996
Kamal Haasan credited the Uthiri Pookal filmmaker for inspiring a lot of youngsters to venture into cinema
From the 45-day-long industry shutdown to the MeToo movement, we take a look at the issues that rocked Kollywood this year
The actor-filmmaker awaits the release of his bilingual Vishwaroopam 2/Vishwaroop 2 on August 10
In this exclusive interview with the New Indian Express, the Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) leader discusses his future plans, and why he believes he's an instrument of change.
Kamal Hassan launched his political party Makkal Needhi Maiam recently and he is currently travelling all over Tamil Nadu to interact with normal people
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