RAM VENKAT SRIKAR
The show opens with Meena smoking pot and walking out of a smoke-filled kitchen while Ilayaraja’s Regutunnadhoka Raagam from Dance Master plays in the background.
19 Jun 2021
The vivid visuals here elucidate Burnham’s ambition to exalt every frame, using the means at his disposition.
12 Jun 2021
Opening scenes can often be deceiving. They can delude us into believing we are in for a great film only to leave us betrayed at the end of it all.
12 Jun 2021
The 72-minute runtime is a major impediment, considering that it touches on expansive concepts such as racism, homophobia, marginalisation, and bigotry.
08 Jun 2021
The film shapes the narrative with voices of survivors and frontline workers who witnessed the blasts up and close.
05 Jun 2021
Filmmaker duo Raj and DK trace their journey from struggling directors to reliable producers
01 Jun 2021
The protagonist’s propensity to perceive sexual prowess, or lack thereof, as the sole defining factor of a relationship is indicative of the film’s murky politics and negates its predictable message.
29 May 2021
Sound designer Suren G discusses his creative contribution in shaping the soundscape of Mari Selvaraj’s Karnan, arguably the best film of this year
24 May 2021
Asif Kapadia and Amit Kumar make this interaction exude the vibe of friendly conversation, and it helps that their own association goes back a long way.
20 May 2021
Sound designer and mixer Suren G agrees that it’s arduous for sound technicians to maintain their workflow without access to workstations in studios.
17 May 2021
The film seamlessly nudges the problematic aspects of Telugu cinema as well.
15 May 2021
His writing, the conduit to share his art with the world.
13 May 2021
...says Praveen Kandregula, while talking about his aspirations as a storyteller, the experience of directing his first feature film, and more
12 May 2021
A power failure leaves both of them trapped in the elevator and things worsen when Priya goes into labour.
08 May 2021
“This video is capable of making a fully grown adult cry,” says a comment under Raja Mamidanna’s new stand-up act, A Love Letter to Mom.
06 May 2021