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It’s a wrap for Arav's Rajabheema

With music by Sathya-fame Simon King and cinematography by SR Sathishkumar, the film has editing by Gopi Krishna

Published on 11th March 2019
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Simbu joins the cast of Hansika’s 50th film Maha

Both of them were previously part of Vijay Chandar's Vaalu

Published on 5th March 2019
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Shreegopika Neelnath: Not your usual girl-next-door

The Coimbatore-based actor, who played Paru, shares her experiences on being part of the ensemble

Published on 5th March 2019
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Ms Representation: Unshackling the woman on screen

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about the Oviyaa-starrer 90ml

Published on 5th March 2019

Oviyaa: Male chauvinists should stay away from 90ml

The actor's first film as a lead after her Bigg Boss Tamil stint has become the talk of the town

Published on 3rd March 2019
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90ml Review: Little finesse, but a film that needs to be protected nevertheless

At a time when dull adult comedies are all the rage, the all-woman focus in 90ML helps

Published on 1st March 2019

Oviyaa plays an extended cameo in Arav's Rajabheema

She will also be performing for a song in the film

Published on 13th December 2018

Ms Representation: A comedy for our times 

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about the comedy show Better Life Foundation

Published on 14th August 2018

Ms. Representation: The Oviya phenomenon

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week we take a look at Oviya and Bigg Boss Tamil

Published on 3rd October 2017

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