Review – Naanum Rowdydhaan

Naanum Rowdydhaan Here's a not so secret playbook for Tamil heroes, stuck in a crisis of a screen identity. Tamil cinema today is split between stars that make films that their fans demand and actors who will roll with what a film's vision demands. It is no judgement on the star or what they do…

Review: Maya

As far as spooking the living hell out of you goes, Maya is Grade A material. This is by far the most-hair-raising-est Tamil film in recent memory. Recent memory being clouded and raining horror flicks, that is one daring act pulled off. Maya does not try to be a comedy/sentimental drama/revenge masquerading as a horror…

Raja Rani

A well-crafted, well-polished "entertainer" that should do Atlee's mentor Shankar, very proud. 'Raja Rani' will have you laughing and crying in equal measure. As far as staying with us after we leave the theater, am less sure about it. The movie does not register at an emotional level, despite deserving your undivided attention. While engaging…