Back in 2008, the Joshiy film was a miracle in the way it involved every major Malayalam actor to create the industry’s biggest-ever hit. What would a similar reunion look like, especially in the Tamil film industry, wonders Meera Venugopal.
He’s the star who defined the 2000s for many with hits across genres. But the decade that followed was one of more misses than hits. On the actor’s 45th birthday, here’s a rewind of his older roles to understand the man who had to choose between Anbuselvan and Duraisingham
Over the years, we’ve had almost every big actor play a cop sometime or the other in his career, but only a few of those films have the ability to entertain you during multiple viewings, writes Anirudh AR
Ahead of the release of the first major Tamil film to get a direct-to-OTT release (on Amazon Prime Video), the actor talks about the difference between theatres and going digital, the future, and the freedom it offers
Sivaji Ganesan as the Big B, Suriya as SRK and GVM replacing Farhan Akhtar for the Dil Chahta Hai remake. As blasphemous as this may sound, here’s a back-of-the-school bus conversation we’ve all indulged in at some point in time.