In a conversation with Anupama Chopra and Baradwaj Rangan, Fahadh Faasil speaks about his acting process, why he just wants to be as good as his co-actors and how a lot of people don’t notice a lot of the things he does.
You’ve heard of Premam, you’ve might have seen Bangalore Days and you’re nursing a crush on Dulquer Salmaan. How about a few more movies to transform this tiny crush into a full-fledged romance with recent Malayalam cinema?
The director discusses the film’s legacy, the uniqueness of the bond of cousins and why the film has such a strong non-Malayali following
‘Silence is death’, says the writer-turned-director as he looks back at his career before the release of Drama.
Prithviraj Sukumaran is superb in a beautifully directed Malayalam drama by Anjali Menon, which is too self-consciously serious
The actors speak about how director Anjali Menon got them to bond over an iMessage group before meeting on set
The writer-director tells us about picking the project instinctively and being drawn to it by the brother-sister relationship at its core