Sunny addresses a question not many of us have thought to ask during the COVID-19 pandemic: what might quarantine be for a person who has (or at least believes he has) given up on life?
"Why should I let go of my characters? They're all there in some corner of my mind. When I close my eyes, the characters come to my mind. They are that accessible," says Jayasurya on completing 100 films.
Jayasurya's Sunny will release on Amazon Prime Video India on 23 September.
The heart and soul of Kaanekkaane is Suraj Venjaramoodu who has had an incredible journey in recent years from character artiste to leading man.
Raame Aandalum Raavane Aandalum, produced by Suriya, will also release on the platform a day later on 24 September.
Minnal Murali was set to release theatrically in 2020 but the film was postponed multiple times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Netflix is yet to announce a release date for the movie.
Promising Young Woman, The Great Indian Kitchen are both films with simmering feminism and everyday oppression
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Dulquer Salmaan concludes shooting Salute; First look of Dhanush's Maaran out: A round-up of film and TV announcements
Dulquer Salmaan will be seen as a cop in Rosshan Andrrews-directed Malayalam film Salute, which also stars Diana Penty.
Malayalam thespian KTS Padannayil passes away; Pinarayi Vijayan says actor 'reflected realities of life on screen'
Beginning his acting career as a theatre artist in 1956, KTS Padannayil became active in Malayalam movies in the 1990s.
Telugu cinema's theatrical business is soaring, while other industries are still struggling to find their feet
While all other industries are struggling to deliver one or two profitable films after the lockdown, the Telugu film industry is booming with films like Uppena, Jathi Ratnalu and Krack scoring big at the box office. The hit rate is impeccable.
Dulquer Salmaan transforms into a cop in Salute first look; Malayalam action flick to also star Diana Penty
Directed by Rosshan Andrrews, Salute marks the Malayalam movie debut of Diana Penty.
Malayalam cinema has long been respected by serious cinephiles, and the past 10 years are historic in this regard.
The Great Indian Kitchen movie review: Startling, scathing, stunning take-down of patriarchy and its eternal sidekick, religion
I went into The Great Indian Kitchen expecting a pleasurable food flick, and sat in its thrall for 1 hour 40 minutes watching an unparalleled gem.
Happy birthday Mammootty: Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan, actors Mohanlal, Nivin Pauly wish veteran star
Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail, better known by his stage name Mammootty, turns 69 today.
Kappela is alluring and visually pretty, but progressive it absolutely is not.
Sufiyum Sujatayum movie review: Jayasurya is more effective in his supporting role than the leads of this listless film
Deceptive marketing might have been partly forgiven if Sufiyum Sujatayum had something worthwhile to offer.
Aditi Rao Hydari on Amazon Prime film Sufiyum Sujatayum: Malayalam industry has huge reach on OTT platforms
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Parvathy interview: On coping with depression, how proud she is of Kerala during the pandemic and why every Indian should see Virus
Parvathy discusses her home state Kerala’s response to COVID-19 and lessons from Virus, which is based on the true story of Kerala’s handling of a Nipah outbreak in 2018.
Coronavirus pandemic: South Indian film industry comes to a standstill with shoots stalled, films postponed
The two-week shutdown because of coronavirus is likely to create a choc-a-block kind of situation in the country so prioritising film releases will be the biggest challenge.
Theatres in Kerala under lockdown until 31 March due to Coronavirus outbreak; Tovino Thomas and Mohanlal's films postponed
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan ‘requested’ theatres to close down till 31 March, as a precautionary measure to stop the spread of coronavirus