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Action thrillers are one of the most sought out genres among the Tamil audience, for if they are coupled with a strong theme and proper execution, will go on to strike gold at the box office with high audience satisfaction. The Tamil New Year weekend sees Vishal’s Naan Sigappu Manithan gracing the screens, as the […]
Director Chimbu Devan has made a name for himself for thinking out of the ordinary. Typically, in a film of his, you would expect detailed characterization and a premise that is unique of present trends. Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavanigalum (OKMK) does live up to that label of him being one of the most persistently creative […]
The summer season begins, as this becomes the hot spot for the big films to grace the screens, garnering maximum attention thanks to the holiday season. The month of April kicks off with its first big release, Maan Karate which boasts of its lead Siva Karthikeyan, who has now become a household name. With ARM […]
A highway, a tiny village around it, a few thieves and a pretty lady – Nedunchalai hinges on these four primary drivers that wheel us into the doors of an engrossing tale. The movie is packed with antagonism and the characters that are featured in the movie are predictably pivotal (The good turning bad and […]
Women from Kerala have a ‘beautiful’ reputation about their looks and the hero’s father in Kerala Naatilam Pengaludanae played by Professor Gnanasambandham seems to be smitten by them with a reason to support his belief.
Many of us can come up with different interpretations and explanations to the word, which would all ultimately converge into the same meaning. But, if you ask a visually challenged person the same question, he would define it with a whole new angle.
Director Shankar is seen as a true pioneer in the Tamil cinema space as one who advocates relevant messages for the society through his grand movies. His protagonists are these lovable vigilantes who stand up to be counted and try to weed out the corrupt elements from the society at any cost.
The trailer of Thegidi repeatedly announces the professional practice of shadowing and surveillance. It also warns against growing close to the subjects under the scanner. But when our hero doesn’t pay heed to these rules and falls in love with one such subject, he opens a Pandora’s Box full of crime and deceit which, with […]
Some tales never get old and when it comes to the rise of an underdog, people always root for them. After a very successful maiden, Eeram, director Arivazhagan explores another new genre, sports drama. Produced by Aascar V Ravichandran, Vallinam features Nakul and Mrudhula Bhaskar in the lead.
Bramman is the name of the God, who is referred to as the creator in Hindu mythology. However as far as Socrates’ Bramman is concerned, the word refers to a friend who creates a successful life for his childhood mate. Sasikumar, the Bramman in Socrates’ tale, does his job well in being the creator that […]
Marriages are made in heaven, they say and everyone dreams about a perfect marriage. Aaha Kalyanam is about two young wedding planners, who help people realise their dream of a perfect wedding.
Kathir (Udhayanidhi Stalin), a staunch devotee of Lord Hanuman arrives in Coimbatore from Madurai to resolve a minor family dispute and finds himself foregoing his bachelor days after falling for the attractive Pavithra (Nayantara). But as the story begins to unfold we quickly realize that the film is less of a love story than it […]
The promos of Pulivaal may draw the audience in under the pretext of being some sort of comedy drama but halfway through the film it’s soon evident that the subject is quite twisted. Nevertheless the real potential of the story achieves its peak only during the last lap of the film, which features a raw […]
Men generally share a deep emotional connect with their vehicles, be it a cycle or a two wheeler or a car. There have been memorable movies based on this unique ‘love affair’. Debut director S.U. Arun Kumar spawns a tale out of this very bonding that exists between a ‘Pannaiyar’ (a much respected man in […]
Vijay Sethupathi, one of the biggest revelations in recent times, is back on screens with Rummy, directed by Balakrishnan K. He shares the screen space with the likes of Iyshwarya, Gayathrie, Soori and Inigo Prabhakaran.