The problem with those who problematised Ponmagal Vandhal  

When a woman does it though, it is called preachy. Quite ironically, Ponmagal Vandhal has a line that observes this bias

published on : 10th June 2020

Cross-examining Ponmagal Vandhal's courtroom scenes

How real are the court proceedings in Ponmagal Vandhal? A practising lawyer subjects it to scrutiny

published on : 4th June 2020

'Ponmagal Vandhal' review: This courtroom drama about big issues has big issues

Hotshot lawyer Rajarathnam (Parthiban) is a corrupt man who has no qualms with justice being bought by those who can afford it.

published on : 30th May 2020

Our film with a female lead is going to reach people in over 200 countries, says Jyotika

Jyotika, whose courtroom drama Ponmagal Vandhal, directed by JJ Fredrick, is set for an OTT release on May 29.

published on : 21st May 2020

'Ponmagal Vandhal' starring Jyotika, produced by Suriya’s 2D Entertainment, to get direct OTT release

With Jyotika-starrer Ponmagal Vandhal all set to get a direct OTT release, stakeholders in the business discuss the pros and cons of the move

published on : 27th April 2020

Jyotika: Finally, a real female cop

How many heroines can be said to have carried the police uniform with panache? Vijayashanthi aka Vaijayanthi IPS, sure, and before her, Lakshmi, in Udhaya Geetham and Rudra.

published on : 19th February 2018

'Naachiyaar' movie review: A refreshing, taut whodunit quite unlike your average Bala film

Will it make you think long and hard? Perhaps. Will It leave you entertained? Absolutely. And that, by itself, is a victory for a nuanced filmmaker like Bala. And he should embrace this win.

published on : 16th February 2018

The GV Prakash interview | 'I don’t mind doing a film like Naachiyaar again'

GV Prakash talks about the rigours of working on a Bala film

published on : 16th February 2018

Magalir Mattum: Women uninterrupted

Veteran actresses Urvashi, Saranya and Bhanupriya open up about their roles in tomorrow’s release, Magalir Mattum

published on : 14th September 2017

Silambarasan in Mani Ratnam’s project

After Jyotika, Nani and Aishwarya Rajessh, we now hear that Simbu is on board for Mani Ratnam’s next. This untitled project has attracted a lot of buzz due to the director’s choices for the cast.

published on : 11th September 2017

Trailer of Jyotika's ‘Magalir Mattum' released

Directed by National Film Award-winning filmmaker Bramma, the movie also stars Oorvasi, Bhanupriya and Saranya Ponvannan apart from a host of supporting artistes.

published on : 24th April 2017