An armchair philosopher. Procrastinator. Fledgling screenwriter. Subhakeerthana is a Copy Editor at Indian Express. She spends her time watching Tamil classics and listening to Ilaiyaraaja. Moved by films, characters and books.
Dharala Prabhu movie review: Though Dharala Prabhu ends on a sentimental note, it is fairly entertaining.
Walter movie review: Sibiraj fails to make this poorly-written script watchable.
Gypsy movie review: Gypsy is an important film that has good storytelling with the right intent.
Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal review: This Dulquer Salmaan-starrer is a wholesome entertainer.
Gautham Vasudev Menon observes people around him and creates beautiful stories on screen—be it Kaakha Kaakha, Vaaranam Aayiram or Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa.
We talk to director Vijay, the brain behind the official Jayalalithaa biopic Thalaivi, on the occasion of the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s 72nd birth anniversary.
Mafia Chapter 1 movie review: The biggest problem is that Mafia: Chapter 1 is so randomly written.
Baaram is a necessary film that underlines the age-old heinous tradition, Thalaikoothal.
National Award-winning director Priya Krishnaswamy discusses Baaram, and her approach towards filmmaking.
Oh My Kadavule review: This Ashok Selvan and Ritika Singh film largely works because of the fantasy spin and the fun treatment to the subject matter—but the writing is problematic.
Ashok Selvan talks about stepping into the new role of a producer with Oh My Kadavule, which is releasing today.
Thalaivi director Vijay lauds Kangana Ranaut as a 'thinking actor'.
Seeru movie review: Jiiva tries too hard in this utterly disappointing film.
Vaanam Kottattum review: Sarathkumar, Radikaa and Vikram Prabhu star in a film that needed better writing.
No relief for Darbar distributors; they demand compensation for the losses from Rajinikanth.
Basking in the success of Mysskin's Psycho, Aditi Rao Hydari discusses film choices, how she approaches her craft and more.
Udhayanidhi Stalin chats about Psycho, and how it was a hugely satisfying experience.
Psycho movie review: Psycho, starring Udhayanidhi Stalin, Nithya Menen and Aditi Rao Hydari, is part psychological thriller, part social commentary.
Mysskin discusses Psycho, Ilaiyaraaja and his love for books.
Radikaa Sarathkumar of Kodeeswari fame on the many hats that she dons and more.
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Industries, brick kilns can operate with migrant labour if they can be accommodated on premises: Punjab CM
COVID-19: IIT Bombay develops two apps to track violations by those in quarantine
Why Basu Chatterjee’s interpretation of Byomkesh Bakshi is the gold standard
Lack of liquor in lockdown triggers suicides in Kerala
Covid-19: Mumbai firm 3D prints face shields for doctors in city
FIR against AAP MLA Raghav Chadha for tweet against Yogi Adityanath
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