Interview: Manoj Bajpayee
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by brangan
5h ago
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Jithu Madhavan’s ‘Aavesham’ is a fantastically written combination of comedy and action and drama
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by brangan
1d ago
The film stars Fahadh Faasil. Technically speaking, he is not the main character, but the way he owns the film is something else altogether. One week ago, had you asked me for my pick for Screenplay of the Year-so-far, it would have hands-down been Gireesh AD’s Premalu. But now, after watching the brilliantly done Aavesham ..read more
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Vineeth Sreenivasan’s ‘Varshangalkku Shesham’ is a middling, unfocused bromance that also wants to be a meta-commentary on the film industry
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by brangan
2d ago
The film stars Dhyan Sreenivasan, Pranav Mohanlal. The laughs keep coming, but the writing needed to be much stronger in the emotional portions. At its most basic level, Varshangalkku Shesham is a story about two friends, what we’d call a bromance – one that starts in the 1970s and ends in the present day. Dhyan ..read more
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Election talk… for those interested!
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by brangan
3d ago
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Sajin Shrijith’s review of Jithu Madhavn’s ‘Aavesham’: Fahadh Faasil at his most electrifying and animated in a laugh fest
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by brangan
3d ago
Aavesham should be great fun for those who prefer action comedies that deliver the highs in all the right places . So, long back when Aavesham was first announced, there was this rumour floating around that it was a spin-off of Romancham and that Fahadh Faasil was playing the younger self of Chemban Vinod’s character ..read more
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Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Amar Singh Chamkila’ is a beautifully made biopic that showcases a man as well as morality
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by brangan
4d ago
The film features Diljit Dosanjh and Parineeti Chopra. It narrates the story of a controversial artist and raises important questions about censorship. In Amar Singh Chamkila, Imtiaz Ali gives us two films for the price of one. The first – more obvious – narrative follows the shape of a biopic, the life and times of ..read more
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Readers Write In #687: Trees that are trees, and trees that are not
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by brangan
6d ago
By Iniya A I have many trees. So do you. Everyone does. There are the childhood trees. The large canopied neem and gulmohar trees that you grew up with. Trees that you swear were small once, but you can’t ever recollect them that way, because you were small too. Trees that you first climbed. Trees ..read more
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Readers Write In #686: Anand Ekarshi’s ‘AATTAM’- ‘An introspection’
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by brangan
1w ago
By Latha Rajasekar An awakening art, a maze, that shuns all moral solutions redundant and questions one’s inner judgments about people around. Committed performance by the much talented cast keeps one engaged, but screenplay undoubtedly plays ‘hero’. An enriching experience that prompts one to redefine boundaries, through self-evaluation. A novel introduction of the premise ..read more
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Interview: Elan (‘Star’)
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by brangan
1w ago
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Interview: Priya Mani (‘Maidaan’)
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by brangan
1w ago
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