Drushyam 2 movie review: Venkatesh, Meena uphold Jeethu Joseph's writing for a faithful Telugu remake
Drushyam 2 is a great experiment in cinema that dares to slow down and look inwards.
Churuli movie review: Lijo Jose Pellissery’s frustratingly abstract, sometimes intriguing trip to a land of reversed power equations
The elements that work for Churuli make it all the more maddening that director Lijo Jose Pellissery chose to say what he wants to say with such intentional vagueness
Prabhudeva tries his best to infuse the ‘cool yet ruthless’ cop vibe into the character but it does not always translate on screen
Explained: In light of PIL against Dulquer Salmaan's Kurup, do proclaimed offenders also enjoy right to privacy?
The Kerala High Court must take the Kurup case as an opportunity to define the contours of the right to privacy vis-a-vis biopics/true-crime narratives. While filmmakers can take a lot of creative liberty, and attain artistic interpretation of life, do they also need to be cognizant of individuals’ personality rights?
Tracing how Nayanthara has made a career out of balancing hero-led films and performance-oriented parts
For each Aramm or Kolaiyuthir Kalam, she has a Bigil and Darbar. Nayanthara has not withdrawn from being part of superstar films despite heading women-centric films as well.
Prabhudeva on playing cop for the first time with Pon Manickavel, lack of dance songs in Tamil cinema
Prabhudeva, who has directed several cop films, including Salman Khan's Dabangg 3 and Radhe, will soon have first outing as a cop on screen with Pon Manickavel: 'I wanted to essay the character in a particular manner, as someone casual"
With Jai Bhim, Tamil cinema yet again depicts caste realities more vigorously than any other contemporary film industry
There is a perception that Malayalam film industry is ahead of Tamil cinema in depicting caste realities but the former never does so as explicitly, and with leading stars that ensures wide dissemination.
Enemy movie review: Vishal and Arya keep locking horns in this trite action drama, but we don't care why
For a film that is mounted on a rivalry, the equation between the two lead characters is pretty shallow and one-dimensional.
Annaatthe movie review: Rajinikanth's Diwali release is cinematic equivalent of the meeting that could've been an email
Subtlety has never been Siva’s strong suit. However, at the least, his films have a cohesive emotional fabric. It is a massive disappointment that Annaatthe lacks the basics.
Rajinikanth’s Diwali release Annaatthe set to premiere on 4 November on 1,193 screens internationally
In Tamil Nadu alone, Annaatthe is expected to release on more than 800 of the available 1,000 screens across India.
Suriya on bringing Justice K Chandru's life to reel with Jai Bhim: 'He is a change-maker, a beautiful disruptor'
Suriya on Jai Bhim: “You can pit what I’ve done my entire life versus what Justice Chandru has done for just one person, and he’ll still be the bigger person"
RRR, also starring Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt, will release in theatres on 7 January, 2022
The loveliness of Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam lies in the way it mines cultural and social specifics to tell a universal story – of flawed human beings with shades of gray.
Radhe Shyam will release in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam on 14 January next year.
In an industry that insists that star kids are the next best thing, the title Most Eligible Bachelor is annoyingly declarative. But thankfully here, the title is not an assertion, but an interrogation.
There are many potential conceits that can result in a film that is far more superior, but those subplots, or sub-thoughts, rather are quickly abandoned.
The emotional beats are inconsistent and overly melodramatic, bordering on preachy in a few instances.
Rajinikanth, who co-starred with Srikanth in the film Bhairavi, tweeted that he is 'deeply saddened' by the actor's demise
While Konda Polam is definitely a story of a man coming of age and realising his priorities, it lacks the ‘epicness’ it foretells.
The Hindi remake of Home marks the second collaboration between Abundantia Entertainment and Friday Film House after Angamaly Diaries