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MamaKiki is a middling feel-good comedy that makes us smile, if not laugh
The director talks about his newly released shortflim Karthik Dial Seitha Enn, the necessity of creating content for OTT and his upcoming projects
The film deserves credit for taking on an uncomfortable topic, an important one
The kind of freedom the series has, and how judiciously it uses it to thrill, amuse, shock, surprise, and provoke you into thought, makes it an unparalleled television experience.
RK Nagar is about a hapless man caught in between two rival political factions. However, it is so mediocre in every department that you don't come close to feeling any tension.
The veteran actor may have been fleetingly mortalised, but his legacy stands as a shining vestige of his existence
Fame and greatness aside, Irrfan Khan remained till the end a person who had the ability to laugh in the face of danger
A relentless, dynamic action film that is almost hypnotic in its creativity
Sudhir Srinivasan compares Vivekh's Kannadasan in Dharala Prabhu to the Hindu sage Narada in this column. He writes, "A wise sage, he is shown always to have a sense of humour. He’s single too..."
A painful and mundane comedy that makes you think that Coronavirus isn't that bad
Into The Wild With Bear Grylls and Rajinikanth Review: A so-so peek into the man behind the superstar
The hour-long episode serves at best as a trailer. Rajinikanth doesn’t seem pushed to his limits, the tasks seem devoid of risk, there aren’t too many takeaways about the man behind the superstar...
The technical quality of Kannamoochi gets better as it goes, and also has some smart and sensitive writing to boot, albeit in patches
Despite all the well-known delays, Gypsy has been subjected to, it’s almost frightening how relevant the film is today, and the issues it delves on: Hindu-Muslim conflict
Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal movie review: A clever film that subverts expectations from start to finish
By and large, Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal is a film that’s a lot of twisted fun while also putting out some useful messages
A majorly well-written, well-performed, with many ideas coming full circle
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