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.
From tense storylines to warrior costumes, from camera angles to puzzle-solving, Anirudh AR lists examples which prove that it’s not just comic books and literature that contributes to creating the world of cinema
The transition from lover boy to mass hero is one very few stars manage to do successfully. For Vijay, it was Kushi that contributed to his likeable goofiness and made him a favourite with kids and families.
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.
Nothing beats the FDFS experience for FC Reader Hariharasudhen Nagarajan. Analysing the commonly used structures of the masala film, he tries to explain why there’s something missing in the films of this unique genre in recent years
Vijay is all set to enter university as a professor in Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Master. Fifteen years ago, he was a student in Sachein. It was an entertaining experiment, but the film’s lukewarm response ensured that it was Vijay’s last purely romantic role.