Malayalam actresses form a collective to tackle sexism in film industry; will Kollywood follow suit?
Women in the Malayalam film industry (Manju Warrier, Parvathy, Bhavana, Anjali Menon, Geethu Mohan Das, Rima Kallingal) recently got together to form the Women in Cinema Collective, a group to champion the rights of women in the film industry.
Top directors want to work with Vikram for his sheer talent and dedication. Meanwhile, the audience can’t get enough of him either as they want to know what he’s going to play next on screen.
By the look of the Tamil films that the Malayalam actors are starring in, content is what makes them sign on the dotted line.
There is a new genre of cinema emerging from the Kannada film industry.
It’s no longer surprising to see Tamil or Telugu stars in films releasing in both languages.
Janatha Garage may not be one of director Koratala Siva's best films but it is a film that has its moments where Mohanlal and NTR Jr shine
Filmmaker Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth Dhanush's new role is that of UN Women’s Advocate for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in India
Babu Bangaram doesn't offer anything exciting
In this exclusive interview, director Pa Ranjith talks to Firstpost about his superhit film Kabali, his star Rajinikanth, and more
Currently, in Italy on a work trip, Vishakha Singh took time out to speak to Firstpost about the incident
36 Vayadhinile is feel-good, inspirational and gives you hope that women can still conquer all – including outdated clichés in cinema.
Vai Raja Vai is Aishwarya Dhanush's attempt at mainstream commercial cinema, and it's taken two years to hit theatres.
Today with over 35 films to her credit, Menen, 27, is being hailed as one of the best actresses in the south.
Never mind conventions and the baggage they bring, because O Kadhal Kanmani celebrates romance, an emotion that is as old as creation itself
She may be the daughter of Superstar Rajinikanth and the wife of another superstar actor, Dhanush, but she’s worked hard to carve a niche for herself in the Tamil film industry.
The ability to work successfully across numerous genres - from romantic dramas to action thrillers - makes Gautham special in the film industry today.
Simbu started acting at the age of three. He started his career by appearing in his father, actor-producer-singer-director T Rajendar’s film, Uravai Kaatha Kili in 1984.
Most of Shankar’s heroes have struggled to find box office success after working with Shankar, possibly because the audience expects them to appear in films that are as lavish as Shankar’s.
The film is one-man show starring Vikram, but perhaps Shankar now needs to rediscover himself.
At 84, “KB sir”, as he is fondly called by one and all in the industry, has seen Tamil cinema evolve and is a guru and mentor to many people across many fields, including acting and directing.