Kaadan trailer: Rana Daggubati plays a man who is one with the nature. The film, also starring Pulkit Samrat, will simultaneously release in Telugu as Aranya and Hindi as Haathi Mere Saathi on March 26.
Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! which released in 1994 is replete with old-fashioned gender roles that looks regressive from the vantage point of hindsight. We should not forget that the film was a reflection of its times, where patriarchy ruled the mainstream without many challenges.
As the Bigg Boss 14 finale approaches, here's looking at how personalities such as Salman Khan (Hindi), Kamal Haasan (Tamil), Mohanlal (Malayalam), Sudeep (Kannnada) and Nagarjuna (Telugu) changed the tone of their show.
Pitta Kathalu review: The directors of this Shruthi Haasan, Eesha Rebba, Amala Paul and Saanve Megghana starrer have tried to be bold and daring, but it doesn't go far enough to make this Netflix anthology memorable.
Drishyam inspired remakes in Tamil (Papanasam), Kannada (Drishya), Telugu (Drushyam), Hindi (Drishyam), Sinhalese (Dharmayuddhaya) and even in Chinese (Sheep Without a Shepherd). And all of them did outstanding business at the box office.