We had recently reported that Kannnada filmmaker Pawan Kumar will be joining hands with Fahadh Faasil and Aparana Balamurali for a multilingual project titled Dhoomam.
'Dhoomam', is to be directed by Pawan Kumar who is known for his unique storytelling and for helming acclaimed films like 'Lucia' and 'U Turn'.
India's "Max, Min and Meowzaki", directed by Padmakumar Narasimhamurthy, will also be screened in the category.
Hombale Films, the banner that backed the KGF films, has announced their next.
Althaf, who also wrote the script, tells us Odum Kuthira Chaadum Kuthira is a romantic comedy.
After the blockbuster success of KGF series, Hombale Films are expanding into multiple industries across Indian cinema.
Released in theatres on July 22, the film received rave reviews from the critics and the viewers.
In a candid conversation, filmmaker Mahesh Narayanan opens up about writing and shooting for Malayankunju, and releasing it at a time when the choices of audiences and OTT platforms have changed.
We had earlier reported about Kamal Haasan teaming up with Malayalam filmmaker Mahesh Narayanan for a new film.
The film has been produced by Fazil, Fahadh Faasil's father, the director who has delivered several cult classics in Tamil.
After Kumbalangi Nights and Joji, producers Fahadh Faasil, Dileesh Pothan and Syam Pushkaran return with Paalthu Janvar under their banner Bhavana Studios.
The makers have confirmed that the film will be hitting screens in December.
'Vikram' revolves around a Black Ops cop team's mission of unmasking a gang of masked murderers.
The movie had a blockbuster opening and the theatres soon became a place of carnival, with the scenario of house-full shows continuing, even three-four weeks after the release.
The film, which has been having a dream run at the box office, was expected to overtake 'Baahubali 2' to emerge as the top grosser in the state during the weekend, and it has now happened.
Well-known trade expert Taran Adarsh said that the film had made Rs 13.43 crore in the US until Sunday, while in the UK and Australia, it had made Rs 3.90 crore and Rs 3.55 crore respectively.
Fans of the veteran actor gathered in large numbers and cheered as the movie trailer was projected onto the Burj.
His last release, Vishwaroopam 2, hit the marquee in 2018, and the trade believes the star's return guarantees fireworks at box office.
"There's one actor whom I miss and I really wanted to work with. I really held his hand and begged him but he had decided not to act, Dilip Kumar sahab. I wanted to make 'Thevar Magan' with him,"
"When you pan for gold, you pan for new words, coinages. Pan India (films) have always been there," the 67-year-old said in response to a question from PTI.