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As the year draws to a close, here are some promising actors who gained prominence through OTT releases and whose performances we must watch out for in the future
A discussion of the trends that best encapsulate the kind of Indian content that was lapped up by a rapidly growing audience
The romcom, also starring Ashok Selvan, has opened to unanimously positive reviews.
Awards come in all sizes - the National awards, Emmy's, Golden Globes, the Academy Awards. And then, there are the CE fun awards for Kollywood.
CE Year in Review: The Kannada Cinema 2019 Report Card - Best Films, Outstanding Performances, Controversies
2019 will certainly go down in the history of Kannada cinema as the year that saw filmmakers, new-gen actors, and the audience lending their support to alternate cinema.
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.
CE Year in Review: Lost in translation - The 2019 Tamil films with great ideas that got ruined by terrible execution
Cinema is a personal experience and each of us consumes films differently. But no matter what your school of thought is, we all have experienced films that had a great trailer, promising synopsis, and intriguing promotions, but somehow had an output that did not quite work.
A Bollywood year isn’t through without controversies. It’s that necessary glue that holds together a volatile industry and its ravenous fanbase. Yes, we, the media, feed off it, and at times — as witnessed during the Kangana Ranaut blow-up — are an active participant. In any event, it’s been a rather lukewarm year at the movies.
2019 will certainly go down in the history of Telugu cinema as the year that saw filmmakers, new-gen actors, stars, and the audience lending their support to alternate cinema.
Over the past year, the Tamil film industry has been privy to several controversies from post-release censoring to unending plagiarism disputes. Insensitive remarks on women harassment and the MeToo moment sparked spirited discourse and often, evoked deafening silence. Fan wars turned uglier. Politicians became more intolerant.
Co-starring Adivi Sesh and Naveen Chandra, the movie directed by debutant Venkat Ramji has received positive reviews and is running successfully.
Dear Comrade, an intense love story featuring Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika in the leads, has opened to positive reviews
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