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The filmmaker, who's second film starring his long-time associate Santhanam is releasing tomorrow, opens about his film, Lollu Sabha and more.
Our correspondent in Mumbai writes about his movie-watching experiences in 2018
An interesting idea of using the Vanishing twin syndrome as the basis of the plot is let down by the cliche-filled script
...says director Anand Shankar, who discusses his latest film starring Vijay Deverakonda and why it was made a bilingual
The film not only takes aim at political parties but also mocks our Kollywood tradition of overnight transformations and unbelievable action sequences
Pa Vijay wants this to be a serious film that speaks about child abuse, but it's merely one that lazily borrows from other films and fails at presenting a coherent screenplay
The actor was being trolled on social media for frequently featuring in the Indian projects of Netflix
Vijay Sethupathi starts pandering to the sort of lazy song placements and stunt choreography that are such a striking and frustrating part of mundane ‘mass entertainers’.
Ahead of the release of Vishwaroopam II, actor-director Kamal Haasan fields questions about the franchise that he admits is rooted in Hollywoodian ideology
The actor is back with the Tamizh Padam team for its sequel that has been spoken about a lot
An interview with the actor who has won praise for her role in the recently released Tamizh Padam 2
This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about the gender reversal song, Eva da unna petha, from Tamizh Padam 2
The actor, whose solo hero subject, Tamizh Padam 2, has released to generally positive reception, talks about TP2, and his choice of films
While the film's willingness to let nobody off the hook is truly refreshing, the comedy doesn't work nearly as often as it should
In this conversation about Tamizh Padam 2, he responds to some popular notions about his upcoming sequel, while emphasising the importance of irreverence in today’s social climate
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