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“A movie without a story”, “Tribute to one hundred years of cinema”, says the tagline of Kadhai Thiraikadhai Vasanam Iyakkam directed by Radhakrishnan Parthiban who is famous for his penchant to be different. And he continues to establish this fact in Kadhai Thiraikadhai Vasanam Iyakkam (KTVI).
On the lines of Baasha Bhai and Vishwa Bhai, here comes a powerful Raju Bhai who enjoys killing and also finds time for some love. A simple story revolving around a revenge spree is what Anjaan is all about. The dazzling Suriya looks dashing and smart. The Neymar like hair do, toned down costumes and […]
As the promos suggested, ‘Sandiyar’ is a raw, rustic movie set in the rural backdrops of Tanjore & its outskirts.
Sarabham starts off on a high. High up on the top floor of a neat apartment, with Vikram, played by Naveen Chandra, narrating who he is and what he does followed by a brilliant title animation on the top of Vikram’s terrace.
Jigar means HEART. Thanda means COLD. A tale of a cold hearted murderer sophistically narrated and quintessentially delivered. After Pizza, Karthik Subbaraj decided to make a movie on the very first script he ever wrote for a debut film, which is now Jigarthanda. When creators are hindered by the writer’s block, they make the actual […]
The Jai – Nazriya starrer Thirumanam Enum Nikkah (TEN) opened up in theatres today after a long wait. The movie, produced by Aascar Ravichandran, is directed by debutant Anees, and has Ghibran’s music. Situations force Vaishnavaites Vijay Raghav Chari (Jai) and Vishnu Priya (Nazriya) to assume identities of Muslims – Abubaker and Ayesha, respectively. And, […]
Dhanush’s 25th film, Velai Illa Pattathari, hits the screens today amid much fanfare and pre-release hype. As the title says, VIP is about a jobless engineering graduate Raghuvaran (Dhanush) who is waiting for his big break in his preferred civil engineering space. He is ridiculed by his dad for being a loser while his younger […]
With terrific screenplay, racy narration and out-of-the-box presentation, new boy H Vinoth’s Sathuranga Vettai is a surprisingly fresh film that works big time. Right from scene-one when we are shown on a wild life channel a Cheetah hunting an Ostrich in a cunning manner, we know that this is not your usual commercial potboiler.
The life of Mathematical wizard Srinivasa Ramanujan is not known to many and Gnana Rajasekaran who has a directorial repertoire in the form of Mogamul, Bharathi and Periyar, attempts to throw light on this extraordinary genius’s accomplishments, which remains largely unsung, through his biopic Ramanujan.
“Rowdies can stab with a knife, shoot with a gun, but when it comes to fighting, they fall on the weaker side because of their excess consumption of alcohol and biriyani.” This dialogue delivered by an interesting character in the film sets up Arima Nambi.
A happy couple goes for a ride and offers lift to a complete stranger, stranded on a road due to a car break down. The couple’s day turns out to be one of the most difficult, unforgettable and a day of realization. That is Athithi in a nutshell for you.
The evergreen Punnagai Mannan number ‘Enna Satham Indha Neram’ becomes the title of this Guru Ramesh film, which sees the acting debut of director Jayam Raja and the comeback of ‘Kadhal Mannan’ fame Maanu. The casting of identical quadruplets has already put Enna Satham Indha Neram (ESIN) into the Limca Book of Records.
You might be wondering what kind of genre a movie can be, when it is titled Vadacurry. The movie and the title has absolutely no connection to each other. In fact, the director confesses the same through a character in the film in the initial parts of the movie.
With Naan Than Bala, actor Vivek breaks out of his comfort zone and assumes a full length intense role that of a temple priest. Produced by SSS Entertainments, the film is directed by R Kannan.
Mundasupatti is a rip-roaring rocker! It is a full length laugh riot which is fresh and entertaining. The wacky story and treatment of debutant director Ram Kumar, makes it tickling and an absolute fun ride.