Hero (2019) Tamil Movie Review: The Origin Story of A Fraudster

The superhero genre has been under much discussion in recent times, with each camp divided over the same. In India, this genre is difficult to establish due to the followings 1) Our Heroes can literally do everything right from dance to fights 2) Most of our superheros are just blessed with divine powers. Continue reading “Hero (2019) Tamil Movie Review: The Origin Story of A Fraudster”

PVR Cinemas launches its 3rd Property in Chennai,new multiplex at Grand Galada Mall,Meenambakkam

PVR Cinemas- one of the house hold brand of the movie going audience , has always been expanding their territories and boundaries. Latest to add to that list is PVR ciniplex in Meenambakkam. This state of the art ciniplex has 5 screens with the capacity of over 1000 seats overall !!! This PVR Ciniplex was official launched on June 21st amidst huge fan fare. An outstanding 7 minute audio visual of Pvr’s entry and progress in the field of theatres was played. ‘Action king’ Arjun along with his ‘Nibunan’ team of actress Varalakshmi, director Arun Vaidyanathan and music director Naveen graced the occasion. Action king and Varalakshmi Sarathkumar bought the first tickets and kick started the operations.

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The Very Best of Tamil Cinema in 2013: A Comprehensive Take

Tamil Cinema 2013-Top ActorsIts that time of the year when a new year has set in and we remember the year that just went past us. So its  time for the titles and awards again! Here is my list of the very best Tamil cinema had to offer in 2013. Do read up and let me know your comments.Continue reading “The Very Best of Tamil Cinema in 2013: A Comprehensive Take”

Kadal Movie Review: Unconventional Yet Disappointing

Produced by Gemini Film Circuit and Madras Talkies, written by Jeyamohan and Mani Ratnam, directed by Mani Ratnam and starring Arjun, Arvind Swamy, Gautham Karthik, Thulasi Nair,Lakshmi Manchu and Ponvannan, Kadal is a story about sin and redemption, about faith and humanity and revolves around the life of Christian Fishermen, set against the backdrop of a sea side town near Tuticorin.Continue reading “Kadal Movie Review: Unconventional Yet Disappointing”

Kadal Music Review: Verenna Vendum Idhupodhume (What else is needed, this is enough)

An A.R.RahmanMani Ratnam combination is always one to look forward for all movie buffs. Right from ARR’s debut in Roja to Raavan(an) in 2010 they have presented albums which have largely been musical delights and even in the case of a relatively tepid Raavan, their work has at least been very different from the run-of-the-mill stuff.Continue reading “Kadal Music Review: Verenna Vendum Idhupodhume (What else is needed, this is enough)”

Anjali (Tamil) : Magic of Innocence

Since time immemorial, children as a section of audience have continued to be largely neglected by the Indian film industry. Though there have been memorable kiddie flicks like Chotta Chetan & Mr India, they have been by far very few in number. Continue reading “Anjali (Tamil) : Magic of Innocence”

Mankatha Movie Review: ‘Strictly No Rules’ as the makers say

Being Ajith’s 50th movie Mankatha has been in the news right from the day it was announced. For one, Venkat Prabhu had come into the picture after Gautham Menon moved out of the venture. Continue reading “Mankatha Movie Review: ‘Strictly No Rules’ as the makers say”