The main pleasures of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo are not unravelling of the secrets that the characters are determined to carry to their graves. It is Trivikram's writing and his intention to tell a story and entertain the audience without any rush.
This year, we saw a slew of films that dealt with existing patriarchal views of society and how they were making our streets and homes unsafe for women. Perhaps, it was the collective reaction of the industry to the #MeToo movement.
Driving Licence movie review: Starring Prithviraj and Suraj Venjaramoodu in the lead roles, director Lal Jr and his writer Sachy have conceived a solid premise that makes this meta-film an engrossing watch.
Katha Sangama is put together by seven different teams of directors, actors, cinematographers and music directors. And the confluence of such myriad talents is what makes this Katha Sangama a satisfying experience.