Narappa Trailer Talk: Venkatesh Is Fierce And Intense As Narappa In This Asuran Remake

Directed by Sreekanth Addala, and starring Venkatesh, Priyamani, Rao Ramesh and Nassar, Narappa is produced by D. Suresh Babu and…

If You Liked Karnan, Here Are 5 Other Films You May Enjoy

These five films also deal with caste, class and oppression.

I Think We Are In A Space Where The Gender Of The Protagonist Is Irrelevant If The Film Is Good: Manju Warrier

“I enjoy the process of acting much more nowadays. I feel more involved,” says the actor.

Kavalthurai Ungal Nanban, On ZEE5, Is A Ringside View Of A Common Man Getting Knocked Out By The System

Though not as visceral or hard-hitting as ‘Visaranai’, this is also a bleak film about police brutality: if you rebel…

I Decided To Produce Thuppakki After Reading Just The One-Line: Kalaippuli S. Thanu

“Even with Theri, I was convinced after I had heard the first half,” says the producer.

When Vetrimaaran Is Asked To Choose Between The Music Of Illaiyaraaja And AR Rahman

“Our generation grew up listening to Illaiyaraaja songs”, says the Asuran movie director

New-Age Tamil Cinema: 25 Recent Films With Subtitles And Where To Find Them

You've all heard about the big Vijay and Ajith entertainers. What about small films with big hearts, like Sillu Karupatti…

Vada Chennai Review: A Very Satisfying Gangster Saga That (Mostly) Becomes The Epic It Strives To Be

Dhanush's ascent to stardom has come alongside his growth as an actor, and there’s not one scene where he makes…

Santhosh Narayanan On Composing The Music Of Vetrimaaran’s Vada Chennai, His Tribute To MS Viswanathan

The composer says he included the melodic 'Kaarkuzhal Kadavaiye’ in the album to unify listeners

Director Vetrimaaran On His Epic Vada Chennai And His De Niro-Scorsese Like Working Relationship With Dhanush

The Visaranai filmmaker says Tamil cinema has produced just two 'real' filmmakers so far 

Southern Lights: Baradwaj Rangan, Let’s Talk About Bias!

Because it’s impossible to have a proper conversation on Twitter, I imagine a chat with critics of my ‘Kaala’ review…