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ShareStory: It is love-at-first-sight for college student Bhaskar (Satya) when he sees Yamuna (Sriramya). Although Yamuna initially rejects his love, she later reciprocates Bhaskar’s love. One day, she goes missing and when she comes back she refuses to talk to Bhaskar.
ShareSundar C is known for providing a good time to audiences at the theaters, thanks to the inherent comedy in his movies. He has an enviable track record over the past decade or two and last year he proved that he hadn’t lost his touch, with the superhit Kalakalappu, produced by the same makers of [...]
ShareThe Superstar film of 1981 directed by the legendary K Balachander, returns with the same name with Badri helming the state of affairs and Shiva reprising the role of Rajnikanth.
ShareChokkali is one of the innumerable films that release on Friday and disappear by Saturday. These films made on shoe-string budget with little known faces and out-of-work actors, look like television serials. They have no continuity or basic structure.
ShareKarimedu is the Tamil dubbed version of the Kannada movie Dandupalya, directed by Srinivasa Raj, which released in 2012. The movie is sort of a warning to the public to be alert and careful at home and watch out for the many anti-social elements which might be on the prowl.
ShareWhen Kuttipuli directed by newcomer Muthaiah commences with blood spewing opening shots, you might believe that this could just be a basic arc of the film because it was certified with a U/A by Censors.
ShareTamil cinema has continuously churned out religious supernatural films to cater to the sentiments of a large section of the masses, predominately the womenfolk. Sri Green Productions’ Masani provides yet another offering for that specific market.
ShareWhat is Nadigayin Diary all about? The Nadigayin Diary speaks about the travails of actress Silk Smitha. The sex siren who rose to fame and had a fall is what the movie is all about.Sana Khan plays the female lead in the movie.
ShareNeram widely publicized in online media acquired a fillip when Udhaynidhi Stalin’s Red Giant movies entered the fray to distribute it. A bilingual, made in Malayalam and Tamil, directed by newcomer Alphonse Putharen witnessed the release of the Malayalam version last week.
ShareAmaidhi Padai released in 1994 talked about the emergence of an ordinary man in the world of tricky politics. Nagaraja Cholan, M.A., MLA picks up from where Amaidhi Padai left and chronicles the happenings in Nagaraja Cholan’s political life where he is the power centre for regional politics.
ShareSoodhu Kavvum marks the entry of yet another young director, Nalan Kumarasamy, following Pizza’s Karthik Subbaraj, whose claim to fame was a TV show designed for likewise aspirants.
ShareDirector Vasanth has a special place in Tamil cinema for his films have always dealt with human relationships in a sensitive manner and have struck a chord with the audience.
ShareDhanush’s Wunderbar Films presents Ethir Neechal, featuring Siva Kathikeyan with two pretty women for company in the form of Priya Anand and Nandita. There is also an experienced support cast comprising the likes of Jayaprakash and Raviprakash to back the main leads.
ShareYaaruda Mahesh made by a relatively new team shot to centre space with a mischievously done trailer which became the talk of the town when it was released. The film directed by newcomer Madhan Kumar and cleared by the censor board with an A, targets the youth audience.
ShareNaan Rajavaga Pogiren marks the directorial debut of yet another assistant of Vetrimaaran, Prithvi Rajkumar. Produced by Udhayam VLS Cine Media, the film stars Nakul, Chandini and Avani Modi in the lead roles and Manivannan, Kasthuri, Suresh, Gaurav, A Venkatesh and Seetha in supporting roles. Vetrimaaran has penned the dialogues.