Vijay Sethupathi and Ayya are inseparable for ‘Seethakathi’ star Archana

When asked about her co-star Vijay Sethupathi, she instantly says, “Yes, as I said, it’s Ayya and I am not able to separate him from Vijay Sethupathi. It is not just during the shoot, even when I see his pictures and visuals from the film, I can’t think of separating them. I am sure it is not just for me but everyone else in the team. It will be so for the audience as well.” Continue Reading

Director Rajiv Menon talks elaborately about ‘Sarvam Thaala Mayam’

When filmmaker Rajiv Menon had a simple conversation with Johnson, a mridangam-repairer owning a small shop in Mylapore, he says he never had a thought that the storyline of Sarvam Thaala Mayam (STM) would pop up as a little spark. “But it has happened, and that is from where I built the plot and its conflict,” the Minsara Kanavu director said about the movie that is a couple of weeks away from release. Continue Reading

Review: Thuppakki Munai – Bang on target

Thuppakki Munai would have turned out to be filmmaker Hari-isque movie, as the screenplay has every potential for becoming just as engaging. But, Dinesh’s idea of bringing out something unique with his own film language’s treatment puts this 127-minute drama in a different league and is still engaging. Continue Reading

Six films to hits screens next weekend

Chennai: In recent times, December had always seen the best in Kollywood. It was Dhuruvangal-16 in 2016 and Aruvi in 2017. In that row, this December will see Vijay Sethupathi’s Seethakathi, Dhanush’s Maari 2 and Jayam Ravi’s Adangamaru getting ready to hit the screens. Continue Reading

Vijay Sethupathi’s next avatar

Chennai: After Kamal Haasan, Arvind Swami, Suriya, Vishal, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar and Shruti Haasan, it’s Vijay Sethupathi’s turn to make his television debut. Being one of the busiest actors in the tinsel town with a number of films in multiple south Indian languages needing his attention, Vijay Sethupathi will soon be seen hosting a talk show on Sun TV. Continue Reading

Jayam Ravi wants his movies to talk about social evils

Jayam Ravi as he has already given his best through Peranmai, Thani Oruvan, and Nimirndhu Nil. In an interview to News Today, Ravi opens up about Adanga Maru and what we can expect from it. Continue Reading

Break the rules

Following complaints that too many films release every weekend thereby affecting their prospects, the Tamil Film Producers Council (TFPC) came up with a regulation committee that brought in rules and regulations and made it mandatory to get their approval for releasing films in K’town. Continue Reading

Review: Seemathurai – Nativity is the saving grace

Kollywood has this obsession of making movies with caste pride – it is the same industry that makes a number of movies against communal discrimination, as well. When we take debutant filmmaker Santhosh Thiyagarajan’s Seemathurai, it is of the first kind. Continue Reading