Bakiyaraj Kannan’s Sultan starring Karthi and Rashmika is an entertaining mass action fare with enough elements to engage audience. Continue Reading
Man versus animal conflict has been dealt dealt in the past well in Tamil cinema. Continue Reading
True romance lies in understanding each other. It is not mere attraction towards each other. This forms the crux of Boom Boom Kaalai.
Doing remakes is never an easy task.Director Gokul has retained the core essence of Malayalam movie Helen to come up with Anbirkiniyal. A survival thriller, the movie is engaging, engrossing and entertaining.
Manimaran after Udhayam NH and Pughazh comes out with Sangathalaivan. It stars Samuthirakani and Karunaas in lead roles. Continue Reading
Paul W S Anderson’s directorial Monster Hunter, is based on Capcom’s popular video game franchise of the same name.
Back after a brief exile, Silambarasan is back on big screen. Thanks to filmmaker Suseenthiran, the actor has managed to render an energetic and engafing show. Suseenthiran delivers a perfect rural entertainer. Continue Reading
After a long gap comes a ‘big’ film in cinema halls, whose doors shut till recently due to Covid outbreak. And if it is a Vijay film, it means double dhamala for movie-goers. Continue Reading
Mara, the official remake of hit Malayalam film, in unconventional and engrossing. Three cheers to debutant director Dhilip Kumar for not opting for a faithful remake but retaining only its essence to come out with a quality product. Continue Reading
Joining the list of horror movies being made in Tamil cinema is Pei Irukka Bayamaen. Produced by Thilaka Arts, the movie is directed by Kartheeswaran with music by Jose Franklin and cinematography by Abhimanyu. Continue Reading