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  • Creativity off the shelf: Who needs writers!

    Creativity off the shelf: Who needs writers!

    When a new film is announced, it is mostly about who is remaking what South Indian film in Hindi! Have you seen any story/scriptwriter's name being mentioned prominently in the media or even in the film promotion material lately? Not really.

  • Move over saas-bahu, soaps take to defining new Indian woman

    Move over saas-bahu, soaps take to defining new Indian woman

    From the era of typical saas-bahu soaps or love triangle sagas, the television audience is gradually getting to watch more mature content as far as Hindi women-centric shows are concerned. Women empowerment is an issue sweeping across all spaces, and Indi

  • Review: Malik: Fahadh Faasil's godfather turn

    Review: Malik: Fahadh Faasil's godfather turn

    Fahadh Faasil's new film is his most ambitious yet. Helmed by Mahesh Narayanan, who earlier directed the actor in acclaimed efforts as "C U Soon" and "Take Off", "Malik" sets up a sweeping saga that literally puts Fahadh on the pedestal of godfather.

  • Shruti Haasan: I have been in therapy when I was younger

    Shruti Haasan: I have been in therapy when I was younger

    Actress Shruti Haasan has often spoken about the need to look after mental health, especially in the time of the pandemic. Stressing on the need for professional guidance in such cases, the actress says she has been in therapy when she was younger and yet

  • Amala Paul: Working on separating private life from work life

    Amala Paul: Working on separating private life from work life

    Actress Amala Paul started her acting career at 17. Ever since, she has proved her mettle in Tamil and Malayalam films. Nearly 12 years into the profession, as she gears up for the release of her Telugu web series "Kudi Yedamaithe", she reflects back on h

  • Riddance, Mr Minister (Column: B-Town)

    Riddance, Mr Minister (Column: B-Town)

    Films were made to entertain mainly. Of course, some films catered to religious sentiments and some others to patriotic fervor. A rare few were also made to provide edge-of-the-seat thrills, the horror kind.

  • Review: Collar Bomb: Passable fare

    Review: Collar Bomb: Passable fare

    A cop runs against time to stop a suicide bomber who holds a group of children hostage in a school. The bomber forces the cop to commit certain unlawful acts, if he must see the children alive and, of course, there is a twist in all this.