The studio, which recently released writer-director Rensil D'Silva's 'Dial 100' and Satramm Ramani's comedy 'Helmet', will launch four new directors this year.
Bollywood directors rarely wrestle with love honestly but when they do, the entry point is almost always male.
Remaking a National award-winning film that is still being lapped up by the movie buffs on digital platforms is a tricky proposition.
It is also reasonably interesting that early deaths in the film happen without much ado.
During a crucial scene in Ananda Krishnan’s Kodiyil Oruvan, the protagonist gets beaten black and blue in front of the public.
Guy (Ryan Reynolds) is an NCP (Non-playable character) in the Free City game.
Kaanekkaane is another intellectually stimulating exercise from writers Bobby and Sanjay
Versatility ranks low in the list of Indian traits. Our heroes are usually good at one or two things, winning a medal or championing a cause, and that’s mostly fine.
'Free Guy' film review: This Ryan Reynolds-starrer oscillates between action comedy and stealthy rom-com
While fantasy films require some suspension of disbelief, they are nevertheless required to operate logically within their conceit framework, and 'Free Guy' delivers on that count.
Although the film definitely has a well-crafted idea and decent performances, Lanke ends up as a pale product with several loose ends.
We first saw it in 2012 in Pizza. We saw it again a couple of weeks later in Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom.
Pavan Kripalani’s film is draggy, samey genre fair. It’s a horror-comedy by algorithm: a sceptical lead who freaks out and has a change of heart? Check.
Everything is, by design, mindless in Dikkiloona because the idea is to make you laugh and entertain. The problem though is, it does neither, as director Karthik Yogi confuses silliness for humour.
Another example is the choice of that infamous parliament abuse incident as a pre-title scene to anchor this story on.
Even as the narrative concentrates on the conmen, this film is not a cat-and-mouse chase between the police and the 'corrupt' men.