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Shruti Haasan walks out of Sangamithra!

Director Sundar C’s Sangamithra (Tamil-Telugu bilingual), which had its grand opening at the Cannes Film Festival 2017, is Sri Thenandal Films’ mega-budget project, which will be released in two parts. The entire cast of Sangamithra including Shruti Haasan, Jayam Ravi, Arya alongside Sri Thenandal Films’ Hema Rukmini, were part of the prestigious launch. The latest development is that Shruti, who ... Read More »

Swedish art gallery satire ‘The Square’ wins Palme d’Or, Sofia Coppola wins best director at Cannes

The Square, a Swedish movie about the curator of a museum filled with grotesquely pretentious conceptual art, beat stiff competition to win the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday. Critics hailed the movie by writer-director Ruben Ostlund as “high-wire cinema” that veers between comedy and thriller with moments of pure surrealism. The film’s highlight is a dinner ... Read More »

Best not to enter politics now: Kamal Haasan

CHENNAI: A week after actor Rajinikanth made a hard-hitting political speech, fellow veteran Kamal Haasan said on Friday anyone who feels for Tamils can rule the state. Kamal’s comment follows outrage expressed by some fringe outfits against Rajinikanth’s possible entry into politics. Kamal said it was best not to enter politics, considering the state of politics today. Speaking to reporters ... Read More »

Thalaivar 164: After Kabali, Rajinikanth’s next titled Kaala Karikaalan

Dhanush took to Twitter to unveil the first look poster of superstar Rajinikanth’s forthcoming film titled Kaala Karikaalan. Following the blockbuster success of their gangster drama Kabali, superstar Rajinikanth and director Pa Ranjith are once again collaborating for a Tamil film, which is also tipped to be a gangster flick. While the shooting is expected to go on the floors ... Read More »

What Spider-Man Homecoming Trailer Does Right And Where It Goes Wrong

It’s hard to beat Spidey taking “friendly, neighborhood” to a whole new level. Photoshop abomination poster aside, promotion for this summer’s Spider-Man: Homecoming continues to thrill fans by underscoring the difference between the new big screen wall-crawler and his predecessors, with just one problem: it might be selling the “friendly, neighborhood” thing a little too well. Watching Tom Holland’s excited ... Read More »