Raashi Khanna will share screen space with Anurag Kashyap in her first Tamil film Imaikkaa Nodigal. The R. Ajay Gnanamuthu directorial, also starring Nayanthara and Atharvaa, will hit screens on August 30.
Merku Thodarchi Malai review: Merku Thodarchi Malai is an honest portrayal of a livelihood that had begun to become extinct. Lenin’s honesty translates into no-frill cinema -- it doesn’t go out of its way to ‘entertain’ you.
Kanaa teaser: Aishwarya Rajesh makes quite a splash as the gritty cricketer with steely glances, fiery bowling and of course, tears of ambition. The actor is reported to have trained hard to play cricket convincingly.
Kolamaavu Kokila movie review: While the references to Breaking Bad are quite obvious, Kolamaavu Kokila has a lot working in her favour. The film takes its stereotypes and delightfully subverts them on all counts, thus pushing the film into a place of constant irony.
Despite having a star anchor in AR Rahman, Sruti Hariharan Subramaniyam ensures that the story doesn’t deviate from the talent it has chosen to celebrate. Harmony charts the course of the musicians, culminating in a space that Rahman orchestrates.
Pyaar Prema Kaadhal review: Harish Kalyan and Raiza Wilson starrer Pyaar Prema Kaadhal isn’t perfect. The film felt too ‘wannabe’ at a few places. But these are very minor grouses for a film that gets most of the things right.
Jail starring GV Prakash Kumar would be director Vasanthabalan’s comeback film after the 2014 historical musical drama Kaaviya Thalaivan. The film could possibly be about the difficulties of the urban poor.
Ghajinikanth movie review: There are several ways to keep the viewer engaged - it could be through the story, it’s characters, the writing or the filmmaking. Sadly, Ghajinikanth doesn’t tick any of the boxes.
Naragasooran trailer: There seems to be different chapters or perspectives for which there's an introduction from each character. The trailer sort of sets up this narrative with similar shots of the characters near a fire.
Vishwaroopam is a two-part series directed by Kamal Haasan and produced by Raj Kamal Films International along with Aascar International. The film also stars Pooja Kumar, Rahul Bose, Shekhar Kapur and Waheeda Rehman. It releases on August 10.
Happy birthday Dhanush: The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir actor is an inspiration to anyone who wants to challenge the norms, fight against the tide and prove that if you’re persistent enough, there will be success.