Vinod Mankara‘s Priyamanasam has been in the news for the last few months. Only the 3rd ever Sanskrit film made in India, the film was rejected by the International Film Festival of Kerala but has gone on to make it to other festivals and has now won the National Award for Best Sanskrit film this year. The film is produced by Baby Mathew Somatheeram and features Rajesh Hebbar in the lead along with Meera Sreenarayan, Prateeksha Kashi, Rachana Narayanankutty, Devan etc. The music is by Sreevalsan J.Menon while Shambhu Sharma is the DOP and Hashim is the editor.Continue reading “Sanskrit Movie ‘Priyamanasam’: Trailer”
2016 was an interesting year for Tamil Cinema with a variety of topics being explored. Some big films didn’t do well, while some small films made impact. Certain stars did well,while some of them didn’t really do well. Here are the films in my opinion which stood a little apart from the rest of the pack and made an impact this year.The movies aren’t sorted in any order of merit. Sorting is done based on release dates.