Life, as we know it, is never going to be the same again. Could there be a better time to air out our most unpopular opinions?
In a guest column, writer-director Halitha, who made the lyrical Sillu Karupatti, questions the goings-on in award ceremonies, and asks that all films be treated equally on stage.
Don’t capitalise on the Superstar and run him into the ground like a racehorse. Let him act, just a bit more, writes reader Adhithya K R
All I’m saying is don’t make a movie in order to deliver a message. Make the message – even if it is explicit – an organic part of your movie.
Unlike in ‘Drishyam’, the convolutions in ‘Thambi’ aren’t organic. The narrative gears are lubricated with snake oil.
The ‘Kaappaan’ album is disappointing, but if there’s one thing that separates a fan from an aficionado, it’s the idea of hope. Here’s hoping the new Gautham Menon movie will be the reinvention.
The ability to sustain a seriously long career with one’s performances alone seems to have become a lost art
There are 5000 articles out there about how star ratings work, but given the commotion over Petta and Viswasam, clearly there’s the need for a 5001st.
On the Kadhal Mannan’s 98th birth anniversary, we take a look at the many facets of the legend’s on-screen and off-screen persona
A few thoughts on Rajinikanth’s Deepavali-day interview on Zee Tamil, an “event” that possibly rivals 2.0 because the Superstar so rarely meets the media
If you’re attending a Rajini event for the first time, like I was at the 2.0 trailer launch, you should know that these things should come with a manual
A mini-flashback of what’s been a remarkable few weeks for Tamil cinema, and the issues they bring up