Sridevi died from accidental drowning in February 2018 in Dubai, while J. K. Rithesh, who is a known face in south Indian films, died earlier this month due to cardiac arrest.
The best part of LKG, for me, was its end, when some of these people begin cheering for a monologue, and RJ Balaji does something quite clever with it.
She plays a ‘political coach’ to RJ Balaji and says that the film is educational, and thus, different from the other political films in Tamil.
From cow vigilantism to PM Modi's fitness challenge: RJ Balaji's LKG trailer is a savage take on Indian politics
RJ Balaji plays the role of a politician called Lalgudi Karuppaiah Gandhi in the movie.
Priya Anand should have expected a laugh riot on the sets of the political satire, LKG, which stars well-known comedian RJ Balaji in the lead.
After being part of blockbuster Raajakumara, which marked Priya Anand’s debut in Sandalwood, it was natural that her next would be a carefully chosen film
Seems like Orange starring Ganesh is set to see a box office clash with Shivarajkumar starrer Kavacha.
The epic film raked 5.3 crore on opening day in Kerala alone, surpassing the opening collections of Masterpiece, The Great Father, Pulimurugan and even Bahubali 2 within the state.
The Kayamkulam Kochunni legend comes with the weight and aura of mystery that is usually associated with, say, the popular Western anti-heroes like Batman or Phantom.
Priya is all praise for her co-stars Nivin Pauly and Mohanlal (who plays Kochunni's mentor).
Nivin Pauly-starrer Kayamkulam Kochunni, one of the most anticipated period dramas of 2018, has a new addition to its cast.
Tamil cinema has not really sung the praises of the ‘middle-bencher’ as much as it has talked about the last or the first benchers.