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Kanika, Arundathi Nag, Suresh Krishna, Dileesh Pothan, and Shyamaprasad comprise the rest of the cast.
The director and the actor had previously collaborated for a comedy caper titled Adhi Maedhavigal last year.
Debutant Ranjith Thekoot’s music album ‘Chandanakuri’, takes the viewer through the beautiful backdrop of a small village and the elements present in it.
Malayalam director Ranjith says, he doesn't have to apologise for the misogynistic characters in his movies.
The director, known for his films starring Rajinikanth like Kabali, Kaala is set to direct a mega period film in collaboration with Namah Pictures.
Congress chief conveys his opinion to Pa Ranjith, director of Rajinikanth’s ‘Kaala’
Congress president Rahul Gandhi has no objection to the release of Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convict A G Perarivalan, top Tamil film director Pa Ranjith said.
Gandhi posted his picture with the two after the interaction yesterday and said he enjoyed the interaction.
Meet Anjali Patil, the actor behind the impressive portrayal of the feisty Puyal in Kaala.
Between Rajinikanth’s shenanigans on and off screen, the good news is that people are finally talking about things they are normally content to ignore such as untouchability and caste politics.
The mature romance also humanises both the man and the woman on frame and creates more or less equal plane, as opposed to the kind of inequity commercial cinema’s romance tracks often carry.
Huma Qureshi was supposed to debut in Kollywood with Ajith's Billa II but had to leave the project due to shooting delays.
This weekly column brings to you a promising assistant director, and their aspirations and this week it is Jeny Dolly Antony.
Hundreds of fans thronged multiplexes such as Inox, PVR, Lido and Garuda in the city to watch the movie on the first day after the exhibitors avoided screening it in the morning and afternoon.
'Kaala' movie review: An important work by a filmmaker who’s admirable in his passion for social change
The dynamism at the heart of this Ranjith film lends itself naturally to the few mass moments, and in any case, he doesn’t seem in a hurry to entertain them.