Thalaivi: Kangana Ranaut shares new still as Jayalalithaa on late actress-turned-politician's birth anniversary
Thalaivi is written by Baahubali and The Dirty Picture writers KV Vijayendra Prasad and Rajat Arora, respectively.
Thalaivi, directed by AL Vijay, brings onscreen Jayalalithaa's journey as a stellar actress which was followed by a powerful political career.
Kangana Ranaut reveals Jayalalithaa biopic Thalaivi will be made in two parts: First will focus on her life before politics
Kangana Ranaut says it is nerve-racking for her to play Jayalalithaa since despite the similarities, the former Tamil Nadu chief minister enjoyed a command over a lot of things.
Pulanaivu: Arvind Swami's next with Santhosh P Jayakumar announced to mark Tamil actor's 49th birthday
On Arvind Swami's 49th birthday, the first look poster for his forthcoming film Pulanaivu has been unveiled.
Mani Ratnam is the director of Chekka Chivantha Vaanam, which released in cinemas on 27 September.
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam is like a game of chess played by Mani Ratnam: Ambition trumps morality in this gangster saga
Don't ask who the hero is in Mani Ratnam's Chekka Chivantha Vaanam (CCV). There is none. Who are the villains in the movie? There are none either.
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam: Buzz around Mani Ratnam film growing with morning shows across Chennai, Bengaluru
The advance booking for Chekka Chivantha Vaanam has been phenomenal in urban areas in Tamil Nadu, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, North Indian multiplexes and in USA.
In her South Indian films, Sridevi often out-performed veteran male co-stars like Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan
In her early years, Sridevi was the quintessential talented South Indian heroine whose performance often outstripped those of the veteran male actors opposite whom she starred, be it in Tamil, Malayalam or Telugu.
Arvind Swamy answered multiple questions of his fans on Twitter, including his future projects, reunting with mentor Mani Ratnam and doing more Telugu films
Ajay Devgn and Arbaaz Khan, both of whom are producers and actors, are lending their voices to the Hindi version of Telugu crime thriller, Dhruva.
Here are highlights from day two of the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival 2017
Ram Charan and Arvind Swamy are likely to work together in a film that Mani Ratnam will begin working on after the release of his next, Kaatru Veliyidai.
After being quite vocal during the Jalikattu row, barring Kamal Haasan and a few other actors, Kollywood seems to be cautious of expressing their views on Tamil Nadu politics.
The Tamil film industry is usually reluctant to take a vocal stand in political matters. But with Sasikala convicted and the Jayalalithaa regime at end, will more Kollywood stars speak out?
Logic of course takes a backseat in Bogan and despite that if your attention is still on the screen and not on your Whatsapp, it is because of how Arvind Swamy looks and how Arvind Swamy acts.
Dhruva is an edgy action thriller tale about smart cop (Ram Charan) pitched against an evil mastermind (Arvind Swamy), and is a very well adapted remake of Thani Oruvan
Ram Charan will be seen playing the titular character of a cop in Dhruva which is a remake of Thani Oruvan, a Tamil action drama that released in 2015.
Going by the teaser, Bogan is everything that its producer, the eccentric filmmaker-cum-choreographer Prabhu Deva represents — spark, moves and speed
Ram Charan is all set to entertain his fans with his upcoming film Dhruva. However looks like the film will not make it for its planned Dussehra release.
Dear Dad is a coming of age story of a father who tries to come out to his son.