Suriya’s next film with Saala Khadoos director likely to go on floors in September; G.V Prakash Kumar to score music
Suriya’s long rumoured project with director Sudha Kongara, who made R. Madhavan starrer Saala Khadoos, has been confirmed and it’s expected to go on the floors towards the end of this year.
Venkatesh delivers a nuanced performance as a boxing coach, but it is Guru's lead actress Ritika Singh who lands a sucker punch and hogs all the limelight.
The 63rd National Film Awards were announced on Monday morning. However, while fans of Tamil cinema had quite a few reasons to celebrate, they were not happy.
Saala Khadoos somehow manages to do justice to its women characters without getting into tokenism
Saala Khadoos is running well on positive word-of-mouth.
Saala Khadoos is Madhavan's career's finest performance, but the film itself could have been much better.
A week after a lurid sex comedy hit the screens, the Indian box-office braces itself for a rare, sports-based film Saala Khadoos.
Written and directed by Sudha Kongara, Saala Khadoos stars R. Madhavan and newcomer Ritika Singh, who is a real life boxer.
I feel like my image itself is going to change after Saala Khadoos, says Madhavan.
Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, who has worked with well known stars in all his films, says he has never faced any interference from them. He is especially all praise for Aamir Khan.
Boxer Ritika Singh, who is making her Bollywood debut with the sports drama "Saala Khadoos", says she never thought of acting in films.
At first glance the 2 trailers of the Hindi-Tamil bi-lingual Saala Khadoos and Irrudhi Sutru strikes you as being a mixture of Clint Eastwood’s pugilistic mentor-pupil drama Million Dollar Babe and Shimit Amin’s hockey flick Chak De.
R Madhavan is one of the biggest survivors in Indian cinema. By that we mean he has straddled Bollywood and Kollywood for over 15 years.