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Happy Birthday Parvathy: Five landmark performances that best celebrate the once-in-a-lifetime actor
Whenever someone asks me to name my favourite female actor in contemporary Malayalam cinema, I say Parvathy's name without any hesitation. Despite a few odd choices in her career, there has been a steep rise in the quality of work she has been churning out in the last seven years.
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.
Tabu’s celebrated filmography extends beyond Bollywood. She has been a rage in the Tamil and Telugu industries, and has had interesting brushes with Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali and world cinema. Here, we salute 10 non-Hindi films of Tabu you must watch.
The action-entertainer also has Malayalam actor Ayshwarya Lekshmi playing the second female lead
Bailwaan/ Pailwaan: 25 shots of Sudeep nailing the dual looks of a wrestler and a boxer in the sports drama
The film, co-starring Sunil Shetty and Aakanksha Singh, is slated for release on September 12, in five languages (Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi).
Co-starring Shraddha Kapoor, Arun Vijay, Mandira Bedi, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Jackie Shroff and Evelyn Sharma, Saaho releases worldwide on August 30 in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam
The actor won two awards in the event - Best Actress (Tamil) for 96 and Best Actress - critics choice (Malayalam) for Hy Jude
The film releases worldwide in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada on July 26
Rashmika Mandanna and Vijay Deverakonda clicked at the press event and music festival of Dear Comrade
The film is slated for release in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam on July 26
The film, directed by Sanil Kalathil, features Jayaram, Athmeeya Rajan and Narain with Vijay Sethupathi playing an extended cameo
Clicks from Parvathy's next in Malayalam, Varthamanam, directed by National Award-winning filmmaker, Sidhartha Siva (101 Chodyangal, Sakhavu). Also starring Roshan Mathew and Dain Davis, the film was shot in Mussoorie.
The first look poster of Wunderbar film's first movie in Malayalam is out. Featuring the Godha actor, Tovino Thomas, this film is expected to be a thriller.
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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|