'Thank God' movie review: A joyless, preachy effort

The conundrum with 'Thank God' is that it is simply not content with entertaining the viewers, like Indra Kumar’s good-old Ishq or Dhamaal.

27 Oct 2022

Must ask ourselves if punishment is aimed at creating fairer world: Tillotama Shome

Tillotama Shome’s chilling portrayal of a serial killer in 'Delhi Crime 2' reveals how the actor’s understanding of social inequality influences her work.

21 Oct 2022

'My Best Friend’s Exorcism' review: Back to the ‘80s

An adaptation of Grady Hendrix’s 2016 novel, My Best Friend’s Exorcism follows two close friends, Abby and Gretchen and mishaps that occur when the latter gets possessed by a demonic spirit.

13 Oct 2022

The iconic imagery of athena

Cinematographer Matias Boucard discusses how he achieved the breathtaking visuals of the latest Netflix sensation, Athena

11 Oct 2022

Ponniyin Selvan-1 got restructured on the editing table: Sreekar Prasad

Veteran editor Sreekar Prasad opens up about the editing choices that made the Mani Ratnam-directed epic one of the best period pieces to come out of India.

10 Oct 2022

'The Ghost' movie review: High on body count, low on originality

Praveen Sattaru’s ambitious foray into a violent action territory shows traces of promise but is ultimately let down by the artificiality it is wrapped in.

06 Oct 2022

'There is always something new to learn in filmmaking', says director Selvaraghavan on 'Naane Varuven'

Filmmaker Selvaraghavan discusses his latest directorial effort, Naane Varuvean, and why he believes filmmaking is a craft that perennially keeps teaching something new

04 Oct 2022

Clash of titans to script stuff of box office legends

Heavyweight flicks Ponniyin Selvan & Naane Varuvean will be pitted against each other coming week, but will it be an even fight?

29 Sep 2022

Filming Mallipoo is one of my most memorable experiences, says Siddhartha Nuni

Siddhartha Nuni vividly remembers receiving the first call from Gautham Menon’s office.

26 Sep 2022

INTERVIEW | Shoot for the stars: 'Natchathiram Nagargiradhu' cinematographer Kishor

Kishor’s sophomore film as a cinematographer, Natchathiram Nagargiradhu, balances fantasy with reality; it erases the cinematic flavour of scenes while retaining provocative imagery.

19 Sep 2022

'Saakini Daakini' review: A fairly enjoyable buddy-cop thriller

Regina and Nivetha are convincing in their roles and land their punches and kicks effortlessly, with the latter benefiting from a likable character.

17 Sep 2022

An empathetic triumph: Netflix’s Untold series 'The Race of the Century'

On one level, the film underlines rigour, determination, and sportsmanship, making it a compelling sports doc.

16 Sep 2022

‘Paruthiveeran is a masterclass in filmmaking’: Nelson Venkatesan

The Oru Naal Koothu and Monster filmmaker recalls the memories of discovering his favourite films

14 Sep 2022

'The race of the century' review: Another worthy addition to the ‘Untold’ series

On another, more profound level, it treats these sportsmen—both challengers and defenders—with dignity. It, of course, celebrates the winners, but more importantly, doesn’t abandon the defeated.

10 Sep 2022

 I try to understand the root of the character’s decision: Actor Rasika Dugal

Rasika Dugal discusses her latest show, Delhi Crime season 2, and why she believes that the personal-professional conflict her character faces is relevant across the country.

09 Sep 2022