After the upcoming Marakkar, Keerthy Suresh is set to return to Malayalam again with a new project in which she will share the screen with Tovino Thomas for the first time.
Keerthy, who has featured in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films, was feted with the National Film Award for portraying actress Savitri in the 2018 Telugu biopic film Mahanati.
This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema, and this week the author discusses Keerthy Suresh's Miss India.
State award-winning dance choreographer Prasanna Sujit looks back on his career so far including working with Mohanlal and directors Priyadarshan and Joshiy.
Miss India is a film that looks to turn the tables on the conventional hero-rises-in-business template, by having a woman at its centre.
We see Jagapathi Babu as the cut-throat entrepreneur who remains her industry nemesis from the start.
According to reports, Netflix has approached the makers of Miss India with a handsome package to release their film on OTT and have inked the deal as well.
The film will be helmed by director Arun Matheswaran, who is waiting for the release of his first film Rocky, starring Taramani-fame Vasanth Ravi, Bharathiraja, and Raveena Ravi.
Actors talk about bilinguals almost in a scared hush, considering they have to endure the monotony and fatigue of having to shoot the same scenes, while speaking different languages.
Gemini Ganesan's daughter Kamala Selvaraj unhappy with 'one-sided' Savitri biopic Nadigaiyar Thilagam
The legendary actor Gemini Ganesan’s daughter, Dr Kamala Selvaraj, isn’t so pleased about how her father was portrayed in the film.
The author talks about how Nag Ashwin's Savitri biopic, Mahanati/Nadigaiyar Thilagam, doubles up as a visual retelling of the history of South Indian cinema.
Keerthy Suresh, the toast of Telugu and Tamil cinema after her stunning performance in last week's release, Mahanati/Nadigaiyar Thilagam, tells us what all the appreciation means to her
In a film about an extramarital affair, an actor’s descent into alcoholism, and the opportunistic nature of people, the biggest shock is perhaps that Nadigaiyar Thilagam (Mahanati in Telugu) marketed
The very idea of Savitri’s biopic is exciting for two reasons -- she was such a legend and never before a story of a famed actor is told onscreen in Telugu cinema.
In addition to Telugu and Tamil cinema, Savitri had appeared in Malayalam cinema too. Her debut Malayalam film was Chuzhi (1973).