Avinash Ramachandran 

My film was born out of sheer frustration: Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan

Filmmaker Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan talks about his sophomore film, The Mosquito Philosophy, that is currently streaming on cinemapreneur.com

31 Mar 2021

'Deadly Illusions' movie review: A confusing attempt

The story is about a couple who decide to hire a nanny to help manage household chores as the woman tries to overcome writer's block and finish her novel.

26 Mar 2021

A victory for representation

The filmmaker-actor duo of Vetri Maaran and Dhanush are men on a mission when it comes to National Awards.

24 Mar 2021

'A1 Express' review: Sundeep Kishan scores high in landmark film

If Natpe Thunai established that Adhi’s debut was not a flash in the pan, A1 Express aims to cement Sundeep as a bankable star, and what better way to do this than with a masala film.

06 Mar 2021

'Ninnila Ninnila' review: A delectable tale of love, loss and longing

However, Ninnila Ninnila isn’t just about food. It is also about friendship, family, and love.

27 Feb 2021

An actor should be able to break stereotypes: Regina Cassandra

Regina Cassandra who was recently seen in Chakra, talks about straddling multiple industries, charting her career, and more

24 Feb 2021

'Pitta Kathalu' movie review: Fifty shades of love

One of the most interesting aspects of Pitta Kathalu is how three out of four protagonists are writers of some sort.

20 Feb 2021

'Trip' movie review: Solid comedy anchors this convoluted journey

Since the days of yore, a slasher film invariably begins and ends in the same way. A group of friends find themselves in known, yet unheeded danger.

06 Feb 2021

'Pulikuthi Pandi' movie review: Proverbial climactic twist saves this generic film

And of course, it is love at first sight, or at least after she witnesses his first fight. In between all this, one of the recipients of YR’s short temper vows revenge against him.

18 Jan 2021

'Coolie No 1' movie review: Varun Dhawan tries to salvage a mirthless remake

The premise is the same. The names are almost the same. Heck, even the dialogues are the same. Coolie No 1 has not a single bone of originality that helps it stand apart from the original.

25 Dec 2020

'Chhalaang' review: Generic treatment pulls back this sports comedy

Chhalaang stays true to another template—the trope of a brash, misogynistic small-town man evolving into an understanding feminist of sorts.

14 Nov 2020

'Three Deaths of Marisela Escobedo' documentary review: Once upon a time in Mexico

The true crime documentary aired on October 14 deals with a Mexican mother's crusade in Chihuahua city to send her teenage daughter Ruby Frayre's killer to prison.

24 Oct 2020

Mirzapur S2 review: More a decent preface than a compelling centrepiece

The first act of violence in Mirzapur 2 doesn’t come from the hotheaded Munna or Guddu. It doesn’t even come from the senior Kaleen Bhaiya or his right-hand man, Maqbool.

24 Oct 2020

Most men don't know how to write for women: Andrea Jeremiah

Amazon Prime Video’s recent offering, Putham Pudhu Kaalai, is Tamil cinema’s attempt to be part of the new normal.

19 Oct 2020

Sci-fI should not be regarded as a western concept: 'JL 50' director Shailender Vyas

Vyas, whose sci-fi film, JL 50, starring Abhay Deol and Pankaj Kapur, released on Sony LIV earlier this month.

20 Sep 2020