Clash of the clans is an age-old formula in Tamil films, with both inter and intra-clan rivalry depictions representing the ground reality in the state's rural parts.
It is not uncommon for an uber-cool Chennaiite to travel to his village in time for the 'thiruvizha', where sporting one's lineage (vamsam) is much more than a badge of honour. Reflecting conflicts among such clans, arising out of centuries-old enmity or pride, has been attempte
Romance seems to be the buzzword in Kollywood now. It's time for clichéd commercial masala movies to move over. The recent 'Vinnai Thaandi Varuvayaa' is followed by 'Yathumaagi', a mellifluous romantic flick.
With a host of newcomers, producer Chozha Ponnurangam seems to have tried his hand at reviving the magic of 'Amaravathy' (a movie which featured Ajith in lead role).
The producer seems to have won half the battle as th
Films celebrating empowerment of women are rare in Tamil cinema. ‘Aval Peyar Thamizharasi’ is one such flick that is more heroine-centric with a strong storyline. Debutant filmmaker Meera Kadhiravan deserves a pat for trying something away from regular commercial films.
A love story in rural milieu might be a common thing in Kollywood. But Meera Kadhiravan narrating it with Thol Pavai (an ancient form of entertainment in Tamil cult
Actor Bharath, who impressed everyone with films like 'Kadhal' and 'Veyil', is keen on doing commercial entertainers of late. His recent films has been portraying him as a mass hero who romances, flexes his muscles and tries his hand at comedy. Adding one more in the list is 'Thambikku Indha Ooru'.
Directed by Badri, the movie expresses Bharath's desire to take the mass route. Giving him company is Sana Khan, who made a splashing debut
irst, we must thank Goutham Vasudev Menon for giving a refreshing and feel good cinema in the era of useless action masala. Vinnaithandi Varuvaya is really a pure magic and works a lot with the viewers who easily identify their own flashback or current memories while watching the lead pair.
Karthik (Simbu), a Tamil Hindu mechanical engineer with the dreams of making films, meets Jessy (Trisha), a Malayalee Christian girl, who is an IT