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DOP Theni Eshwar, who is garnering unanimous acclaim for his work in the Mammootty-starrer, tells us what went behind creating the cinema-scape of Peranbu
Madhura Raja, incidentally, is a spin-off of the Mammootty-Prithviraj starrer, Pokkiri Raja, which released in 2010 to become a huge success
Preniss International, which is producing Thirumanam, will be bankrolling the director's next project as well
Year-enders don't often talk about mediocre films, ones built on promising ideas that didn't translate into good films. Here, we take stock of some classic examples of 'lost in execution'
A leading production house is likely to produce this film, which also marks the comeback of Varun after a three-year hiatus
Titled High Priestess, the series will be featured in the streaming platform ZEE 5
The actor whose next release, Sei, directed by Raj Babu, is all set to hit the screens this Friday, talks about his journey so far
The Imaikka Nodigal actor makes a brief appearance in the promo that Rahman shared, incidentally, on her birthday
With the project expected to go on floors in May, Ranjith is currently busy visiting tribal villages in the North for research. The cast of the untitled film has not been finalised yet
Nayanthara, apparently, will not be playing a politician in the film
An interesting premise let down by the underwhelming screenplay and performances
Sillukarupetti is an anthology of four films that will explore the ‘strangeness that is prevalent in the relationships’ between protagonists from different age groups
The director says the anthology film explores the strangeness that is prevalent in the relationships between the protagonists in each of these stories, which cover different age groups
The film is profusely thrilling, stringing together ingenious set-pieces and populating them with wry, dubious characters.
An Indian tribal freedom fighter who belonged to the Munda tribe, Birsa Munda is the only tribal leader to have his portrait in the central hall of the Indian Parliament
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