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As the maestro of cinema turned 78 this week, here's a look at five influential films from the director's impressive filmography
For someone who started out as a child artist in acclaimed films such as Sir, Zakhm and Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke, it was a surprise that Khemu failed to click with the Bollywood film-goer later on.
For, The Mandalorian doesn't follow the prequel trilogy or the new trilogy but goes back to the roots of the original trilogy. It is a Space Western, just like the original Star Wars was.
.says Bharathi Selvam, who has assisted Shankar Dayal, Caarthick Raju, and Kalees. The assistant director also shares his amibitions, struggles, and insipirations in a candid chat
We take stock of the music scene in 2019 Tamil cinema, the trends, highs, lows and also who walked away with the spotlight
We look back at the year that was and give you films which, according to us, deserved much more love
Debutant director Balaji Vairamuthu’s Pancharaaksharam falls just short of becoming an engrossing fantasy thriller
The long-delayed film Azhiyatha Kolangal 2, which was erstwhile titled Kavingan Aakinaal Ennai, is out. The novel idea of director MR Bharathi is wasted by his dense and archaic dialogues.
The columnist writes about his experiences of Day 5 at the ongoing International Film Festival of India 2019 in Goa
Telugu Cinema this year has seen its share of strong women characters portrayed by some of the best actors in the industry. Here's a list of performances we think wowed us this year
While the highs in Sye Raa don’t really match up to its ambition, it will surely be a part of the highlight reel for Chiranjeevi, who is all passion and fire in the film
Writer-director Anvar Sadik opens up about his second film starring Vineeth Sreenivasan and Deepak Parambo
Music composer Dharan Kumar talks about his 25th film Pistha and his musical career
The film marks the first collaboration of the director with writers Bobby and Sanjay outside of television
This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author writes about the women who have populated the films written by Crazy Mohan
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