Tamasha_TN

Tamasha is Profound

Self actualization has been a favorite theme for film makers, for there is no stronger story than humans finding meaning to their existence. The realization is always subjective, for its based on ind...
Piku_TN

Shoojit Sircar’s Piku – Review

Piku – ‘Feel good’ in a different package   Bollywood’s “feel good” romances of the 1990s, a genre re-inaugurated by Hum Aapke Hain Kaun and reinforced by Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge, ha...
Movie Still

Margarita with a Straw: Let there be light?

Shonali Bose’s Amu, which briefly graced the theatres in 2005, dramatised the journey of a woman orphaned during the Hindu-Sikh riots of 1984, one of the bloodiest pogroms in the history of South Asi...
Coffee Bloom TN

Coffee Bloom by Manu Warrier

After having its premiere at the last edition of Mumbai Film Festival, Manu Warrier’s indie feature Coffee Bloom is all set to hit the screens on 6th March, 2015. Directed by Manu Warrier and produce...
Badlapur_TN

Badlapur – Review

Let the right one sin. Right, of course, depends entirely on where we’re standing. Is this character in the right, or is he merely stage-right? Or should we be standing here instead, where we can see...
Cinema1on1_TN

Cinema One on One with Ajay Govind

1. You come from a family of government officials. A family structure where children are expected to get a secured job with fixed salary. But you chose a profession which generally parents dissuade f...
ClassicvsCult

Cult Cinema v/s Classic Cinema

There exist many words in our day-to-day usage of language which are used and heard but not really understood. In fact some of them are not just words but a concept. As far as films are concerned, fo...