Sathee, Bandham Regad: Telugu web series, short film prove digital space is brimming with good content
Sathee feels more like a college project compared to Bandham Regad as the latter demands your attention via its cinematic turns.
Humble Politician Nograj's Nograj finally lands in theatres after entertaining the masses through Facebook live sessions and YouTube videos.
In Chamak, Ganesh and Rashmika Mandanna draw energy from each other and convert a lacklustre film into a watchable one, solely, with their performances.
Pushpavalli, Sumukhi Suresh's latest web series might have familiar tropes but it is a show which you will not be able to turn your heads away from
Kodiveeran movie review: This Sasikumar starrer is filled with punch dialogues, formulaic plot points
Sasikumar is becoming synonymous with action dramas set in small towns. By now, he must have at least killed 100 men on-screen with his sharp knives and machetes.
Mufti is a multi-starrer that’s designed to cater to fans of both Shiva Rajkumar and Sriimurali.
Upendra Matte Baa movie review: Soggade Chinni Nayana remake works in some bits, falls flat in others
Upendra Matte Baa is not tiresome — it’s just not entertaining enough.
When all else fails, cinema comes to the rescue. Here's our top picks of films to watch in these trying times.
For a film that starts by talking about India's greatness (without using dialogues), Ippadai Vellum simplifies too much for the sake of the audience
Aval is hauntingly good, for the story has genuine moments of surprise, and, with actors putting their best foot forward, this is the movie of the season.
Here's a list of five truly scary movies, from different ghost-genres and languages, to binge-watch on Halloween.
Dayavittu Gamanisi movie review: In this Kannada film, four disillusioned men find happiness only in dreams
Dayavittu Gamanisi tells the story of four disillusioned men, who find happiness only in their dreams. The movie works on two levels – anthology and hyperlink, and makes commendable use of the Kannada language
The Babysitter movie review: The essence of Home Alone mixed with glamourised slasher genre-elements
McG’s The Babysitter has committed a crime by revealing its key plot points in the trailer.
Raja The Great is an okayish entertaining affair in the theatre. However, the minute one walks out of the movie house, there’d be nothing to pull from the bed of the two-and-a-half-hour comedy to laugh about.
Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival: Rahul Jain's Machines explores untold stories of factory workers
Rahul Jain’s Machines asks the tough questions — will there ever be a smile on the factory worker's faces?
Kidi, the Kannada remake of Malayalam film Kali, borrows the plot points and costume combinations to tell the same story (with different intentions).
The two big plusses of Aravind Kaushik’s Huliraya are Balu’s performance, and Arjun Ramu’s music
The protagonists of Murugadoss’s films from 2002’s Ramanaa to 2017’s Spyder have battled against the tyranny of evil men.
Here is a list of 10 Tamil short films, like China Visiri, in which filmmakers cross all the boundaries of the limiting factors that plague them.
Be it Jai Lava Kusa or Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu and Jyo Achyutananda, there's something poignant about stories that evolve around brothers